Hiking in the mountains whether in summer or winter, Slovak mountains always offer many ways to spend a pleasant holiday. Most significant and memorable tourist destination is the High Tatras.
It is the highest Slovak mountains, home to many rare species of animals and plants. The High Tatras includes three main tourist resorts – Strbske Pleso, Tatranska Lomnica and Stary Smokovec. Low Tatras are the second highest mountains in Slovakia and in every season popular recreation area.
The best way of exploring this “mountain world” is on foot. There are hiking routes ranging from easy hikes in the valley to challenging hikes in the higher mountain areas. There are various themed trails, trails that will teach you about nature, beautiful routes through nature reserves and a lovely mountaineering area for climbers in the High Tatras.
Visiting High Tatras by car was the most scenic drive I have ever experienced. The small towns and villages along the Tatra region are filled with dense flora and fauna.
Where to Stay:
One of your biggest travel expenses and time-consuming tasks is booking accommodation, and we all want to save time and hopefully some money when searching for deals online.
Whilst there are plenty of websites these days to help you search for accommodation, some are more trustworthy than others, and some are easier to navigate than others.
I’m sure you are already familiar with Booking.com, they are my all time favourite with lot of different types of accommodation you can book on their website:
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