High Tatras| Slovakia
The Slovakian Alps
Breathe in the pure mountain air in this mountain paradise. Hike, wander or just relax
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Escape the madding crowds of the cities for a day or two with a stop in the breathtaking scenery of the Slovakian High Tatras mountains. Well located between the must-see cities of Budapest and Krakow, spending some time here will be a real change of pace. Whether you're into hiking or just going for a wander, there's nothing quite like breathing deep of that fresh mountain air!
Speaking of hiking, there are plenty of trails of varying difficulty that you could hike, all the way to the top of the often snow-capped granite peaks if you like a challenge. As a popular ski area in the winter there are chair lifts to make the ascent for you and there are a number of very nice hotels as well, two of which we have selected for our guests.
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Where to stay in High Tatras
We have carefully selected two hotels in the High Tatras that we feel are in themselves an experience. The four star Grandhotel Praha celebrated its centenary in 2005 and it still retains many internal details harking back to that belle epoque period, though the newly reconstructed spa area is an all-modern affair. The five star Grand Hotel Kempinski takes things up a level further. Made up of what was once three hotels, built over 34 years, on the banks of the Strbske Pleso lake, this place really lives up to its name!
Things to do in High Tatras
We don't have any set excursions or tours in or around the High Tatras. We suggest simply taking in the scenery or if you're up for the challenge, go for a hike. There's also a skiing museum, a nod to the High Tatras being one of Europe's oldest winter sports resorts. Of course if you come in winter then you'll want to take to the slopes and enjoy some of the finest skiing in Central Europe.
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