For us, we felt Bratislava was very romantic. We floated in a ferry down the famous and beautiful Danube River and took the old-style red tourist tram to get some history and an orientation, which stops at the iconic castle for a beautiful view of the city.
The High Tatras has so much to do it makes it easy to keep everyone happy. Our biggest problem each day was trying to choose between all the amazing things on offer. These are the activities we loved the most in the High Tatras…
We recommend hiking the Strazyska Valley which borders with Zakopane in Poland, as there is a nice waterfall up there and some incredible mountain views.
Despite being one of the most popular places to visit in Slovakia it’s not a busy place, given that the country has a low population and receives only half a million tourists a year, so you can relax in this gorgeous alpine setting with peace and quiet.
This impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site was discovered in 1870 by miners, and has since captivated anyone who visits it. It extends for a depth of 960 meters, making it one of the lowest ice caves in the world.
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