Tatra National Park (TANAP) - diverse flora and fauna with many endemic species
Tatra National Park (abbr. TANAP) lies in the 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.
Strbske Pleso - ski, tourist, and health resort next to a glacial mountain lake in the High Tatras
Strbske Pleso village comprises several hotels and residential buildings. With extensive parking facilities and a stop on the Tatra trolley and rack railway, it is a starting point for popular hikes, including Krivan and Rysy peaks.
Open-air Museum of Liptov Village in Pribylina
The Open-air museum of folk architecture and construction monuments originate from the Liptov region.
Harmanecka Cave - stalactite cave in Kremnicke mountains
The cave formations are of pure limestone, thanks to which it gained the name the White Cave. A 1,020 m out of the length of 3,123 m is open to the public.
Krizna peak - third highest summit in Velka Fatra mountains
Reaching 1,574 m EASL, it is the third highest peak of the Velka Fatra Mountains. The summit is one of the most visited peaks in the area and offers a beautiful panoramic view.
Skalka hill - a geografic center Kremnicke Mountains
1,232 m EASL, a beautiful view of the south side of the Low Tatras. Nearby tourist resort Skalka offers a wide variety of activities, winter sports, and hiking in the summer.
Kremnica - former rich mining town of the Kingdom of Hungary
The mint of Kremnica once produced the ducats, which were highly praised for their quality and beauty and joined the most favorite coins in Europe. Commemorative coins, medals, and coins from different countries are still minted in Kremnica today.
Banska Stiavnica UNESCO World Heritage - gold mining town
The majority of monuments of Banska Stiavnica concentrate in the area spreading between the Trinity and Town Hall squares. The Gothic church of St Catherine from the end of the 15th century and the town hall with its slender clock tower detach these squares.
Tajchs of Banska Stiavnica - artificial mining lakes
The tajchs served the needs of mines in the past. The purpose was to gather rainwater flowing down the mountain slopes and to conduct it into reservoirs. The water in lakes supplied mines and metallurgical plants where it drove various machines. Today, tajchs offer a fabulous summer holiday to fans of camping and outdoor swimming.