Places that are worth to see here in Slovakia

The school year ends in short time and the summer holidays are around the corner. Do you already have any summer plans? Because if not, then we offer you a few places that are worth to see here in Slovakia.
  1. High Tatras Mountains
Forming the border between the nations of Poland and Slovakia, the Tatra Mountains are the tallest range in the country of Slovakia. Most of the mountain range is situated well above 900 meters and its highest peak at Mount Gerlach rises more than 2,655 meters above the sea. Because of its altitude, the Tatra Mountains have become a popular skiing and spa destination in the country. Some of the most beautiful places to visit in the High Tatras include Popradské pleso, or Zelené pleso, that is perhaps the most beautiful and romantic place in Slovakia at all. Slovak Paradise National Park is a real natural jewel situated in the heart of Slovakia. It offers kilometers of trails along the forested mountains, lakes and waterfalls dotted with breathtaking views over the area (especially the one called Tomášovský výhľad).

Once there, never miss a visit to Dobšinská Ice Cave, which is definitely one of the finest in the country, or a trail through the impressive river canyon known as Prielom Hornádu. You can stay in Dedinky or Stratená if you decide to stay longer.
  1. Demänovská dolina
The most notable attractions in the area that have brought countless visitors over the years are the caves that can be found just outside of town. You will find both the Demänovská Ice Cave as well as the Demänovská Cave of Liberty nearby.
  1. Slovak Karst and Domica Cave
Slovak Karst is a national park and one of just two natural attractions inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is a home to 712 caves which include some of the best caves in Slovakia. One of them is Domica Cave which is the biggest cave in Slovakia. Other points of interest include Zádielska valley, Jasov cave, Krásna hôrka castle or manor house in Betliar.
  1. Bojnice
In the central portion of the country, you will find the historic town of Bojnice along the banks of the Nitra River. There are several notable attractions that can be found in the city. The oldest zoo in the nation is situated in Bojnice and the local Bojnice Castle is the most popular castle in Slovakia. So don’t sit at home at the computer and make nice memories with your family. Slovakia is full of beautiful places, and this is only a small part of what you can visit in Slovakia. 

And have a nice holiday!