Tatra National Park (TANAP) - diverse flora and fauna with many endemic species
Tatra National Park (abbr. TANAP) is situated in North of Central Slovakia in the High Tatras. The National Park covers an area of 738 km2. The park offers 600 km of hiking trails and several ski resorts.
A trip to Lomnicky peak by chair lift is among the most attractive adventures for tourists in the High Tatras. It reaches the differential height of 1,700 m and carries tourists to a height of 2,634 m above sea level in only a few minutes.
Open-air Museum of Liptov Village in Pribylina
Open-air museum of folk architecture and construction monuments from Liptov region.
Harmanecka Cave - stalactite cave in Kremnica mountain range in Central Slovakia
The cave is formed of pure limestone thanks to which it gained a name the White Cave. A 1020 m out of the known length of 3123 m has been opened to the public.
Krizna peak - third highest summit in Velka Fatra mountains
1574 m EASL, offers beautifull panoramic view.
Kremnica - former rich mining town of the Kingdom of Hungary
The mint of Kremnica produced the ducats, which were highly praised for their quality and beauty and joined the most favourite coins in Europe. Commemorative coins, medals, and coins of different countries of the world are still struck in Kremnica today.
Skalka hill - geografic center of mountain ridge Kremnicke vrchy
1232 m EASL, really wonderfull view of south side of the Low Tatras. Nearby tourist resort Skalka offers wide variety of activities, winter sports and hiking in the summer.
Tajchy of Banska Stiavnica - artificial lakes
Constructed for needs of mines in the past.
Its purpose was to gather rainwater flowing down the mountain slopes and to conduct it into reservoirs. The water in lakes was then supplied to mines and metallurgical plants where it drove various machines.
Today, tajchy offer a fabulous summer holiday to fans of camping and outdoor swimming.
Banska Stiavnica UNESCO World Heritage - gold mining town
The majority of monuments of Banska Stiavnica are concentrated into the area spreading between the Trinity and Radnicne squares. Both squares are separated from each other by the Gothic church of St Catherine from the end of the 15th century and the building of town hall
with its slender clock tower.