Low Tatras National Park - the largest natural park in Slovakia with well preserved ecosystems
Situated in Central Slovakia. The park and its buffer zone cover the whole Low Tatras mountain range between the Vah River and the Hron River valleys. It offers excellent conditions for sport activities throughout the whole year.
Dumbier peak - the highest mountain in the Low Tatras
2043 m EASL, protected part of Low Tatra National Park.
Chalet of General M.R.Stefanik - chalet under the southern slope of Dumbier peak in Low Tatras
It is one of several true mountain chalets situated on the tourist trail called mountain road of Heroes of the Slovak National Uprising driving from Kralova hola mountain to Donovaly village in length of 100 km.
Krivan peak - unofficial symbol of Slovakia
2494 m EASL, have its distinctive shape recognizable from a large distance. The peak is depicted on Slovak Euro Coin.
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.
Velky Choc - situated in Chocske vrchy mountains, west of the Tatra Mountains
1608 m EASL, the highest peak of the Chocske mountains is widely known as a great viewpoint. It is very favourable for hiking tours for the whole year.
Sivy vrch - mountain peak in main ridge of Western Tatras
1805 m EASL, massif is covered with limestone rock towers and many caves.
Velky Krivan - the highest peak of the Small Fatra mountains
Velky Krivan (1 708 m EASL), also reffered to as Velky Fatransky Krivan, is located on the main ridge of Small Fatra. This meadowy mountain peak reaches above the upper limit extension of mountain pine and offers an excellent circular view.
Banska Bystrica - town in Central Slovakia
The copper mining town acquired its present look in the Late Middle Ages. Most of the historical monuments are concentrated near main SNP Square.
Vlkolinec village UNESCO World Heritage - untouched and complex example of folk countryside architecture
The village comprises two or three-room log cabine type houses. In the center of the village is preserved the bell tower from 1770, water well, Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary and school.
Ostredok peak - the highest peak in Velka Fatra mountains
1592 m EASL, deforested flat mountain summit accesible by comfortable medium level tourist trail. It offers panoramic view of Low Tatra mountains.