Private guides and guided tours in Slovakia
Private guides in Slovakia
My name is Liby and I am very passionate about traveling. I started to travel since I was 18 and lived and worked abroad for nearly 10 years mostly in tourism field in these countries : Canada, Czech Republic, England, Ireland, Malta, Samos, Crete, Turkey and Mallorca.
Slovakia Green Tours is a family run Ltd .company in the capital Bratislava. The owner of the company is English with experience in dealing with customers and is looking forward to welcoming you to Slovakia ...
Who is Rajec Travel Rajec Travel is a family owned tour company based at Poprad at the foot of the High Tatras. The firm was established in 1992, i.e. at a time when the socialist era ended but Czechoslovakia...
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COMMENTS ABOUT Slovakia:
The Slovak Republic, also known as Slovakia, is a central European country bordered by the Czech Republic, Austria, Poland, Ukraine and Hungary. In general the climate of Slovakia is fairly temperate, with mild summers, and winters that can be cloudy and quite cold, especially the snowy Tatra Mountains.
The High Tatras are the highest part of the Carpathian mountain range and one of the country’s most popular tourist attractions. Visitors come to ski, hike and climb, and there is a very long tradition of white water rafting in the rivers and streams. The area is known for having a large number of deep caves, more per capita than anywhere else in Europe, and some of the caves are famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Demonova Cave and the Ochtinska Aragonite Cave. There are also many mineral springs in the Tatras that have become home to numerous health spa resorts.
In addition to its beautiful natural landscapes, Slovakia has a fascinating historical and culture heritage that is evidenced in quaint medieval towns and fairy tale style castles. Although many of the castles are in ruins, several are beautifully restored, such as Bojnice Castle, Orava Castle, and Braitislava Castle. Historical churches are also prevalent throughout Slovakia, such as St. James Church in Levoca which boasts the tallest carved wooden altar in the world.