Orava Castle, is situated on a high rock above Orava river in the village of Oravský Podzámok, Slovakia.
Demänovská Ice Cave or Demänovská ľadová jaskyňa is an ice cave in the Demänovská Valley in Slovakia.
Janosikove Diery or simply 'Holes' is a nice and quite non-challenging hike through canyons and narrow rocky paths.
Demänovská Cave of Liberty is a karst cave in Low Tatras in Slovakia. Discovered in 1921 and opened to the public in 1924, it is the most…
The Strečno Castle is a reconstructed ruin of a medieval castle of an irregular plan located in northern Slovakia, 12 km east of Žilina.
Vlkolínec is a village under the administration of the town of Ružomberok in Slovakia. Historically, however, it was a separate village.
One of the best preserved traditional wooden houses adorned with its unique painted exterior.
Liptovská Mara is a water reservoir created in the second half of the 20th century to prevent floods.
Budatin Castle wasn't built on a hill, but on the confluence of two rivers, Kysuca and Vah.
Museum of Liptov Village - Pribylina is one of the youngest museums of its kind in Slovakia.
The Lietava Castle, is an extensive castle ruin in the Súľov Mountains of northern Slovakia, between the villages of Lietava and Lietavská…
Aquapark Tatralandia Holiday Resort is the biggest aqua-park in Slovakia and one of the biggest in Central Europe.
Thermal spring, also called "Kada" in Slovak, is located in a little village called Liptovsky Jan.
Slovak astronomical clock is the biggest wooden sculpture of its kind in Slovakia.
Velky Rozsutec, 'Big Rozsutec', is the highest peak (1610 m.a.s.l.) of Mala Fatra mountain range.
Lost Budzogan is a one of its kind rock formation and a nice addition on an educational trail leading from Rajecke Teplice.
Orava Forest Railway is a special type of railway originally used to transport timber from inaccessible mountain areas.
This sightseeing cruise takes you on a boat around the Orava water reservoir which was created at the beginning of 20th century by the…
Castle Sulov was built in the 15th century as a watchpoint for the surrounding area.
The Wedding Palace was built by Juraj Thurzo in 1601 as one and only building of its type at that time.
If you ever head to Roháče, you sure shouldn't miss the glacial lakes of the same name.