Explore this overlooked destination in the heart of Europe. Avoid the crowds of tourists and feel like a real traveler, with everything nearby; Slovakia is Central Europe in pocket edition. You will discover hundreds of interesting and unexpected secrets in almost every village, town, and valley. Get lost in unique castles, caves, hot springs, folk architecture, the European Dead Sea, a famous Celtic town, the European wilderness, and so much more. These are some of Slovakia’s unique tourist destinations, which are hard to find elsewhere in the world.
Around 80 percent of Slovakia lies more than 800 metres above sea level, and its crowning glory is the Tatras. The highest range in the Carpathians, the Tatras form a natural border between Slovakia and Poland, are a designated Unesco Biosphere Reserve, and contain some 100 high-altitude lakes and a clutch of waterfalls. They can be explored via a beautiful network of hiking paths.
Slovakia features a moderate climate zone with four changing seasons. The average temperature in winter is -2°C and jump up to 21°C in the summer. In some mountain ranges, the snow remains on average 130 days per year.