Spiš Castle – For castle lovers is doesn’t come bigger than this! The ruins of Spiš Castle in eastern Slovakia form one of the largest castle sites in Central Europe. A trip to Slovakia shouldn’t be complete without a visit here. The trip last about half a day and can be combined with a trip to Levoca.
Levoca – On the way to the Spis Castle is the market town of Levoca which is a typical Slovak town with an interesting history. The main square has the Cage of Shame which dates back to the 17th century and was used for the public display of local notorious criminals. The main square retains its original character and is one of Slovakia’s most picturesque.
Rafting the Dunajec – This deep gorge runs through beautiful countryside forming the Polish-Slovak border. Jump into 5 man rafts and paddle down stream with a guide for about 45 mins and then cycle back up stream after refueling at the Pienini national park restaurant.
Slovak Paradise – The Slovak paradise is about an hour from us and is one of Slovakia most beautiful national parks. Rivers have cut deep gorges into the rock and so the trails travel over bridges, along wooden rails and up ladders, and along metal rungs with chains to hang onto. Check out the photos for yourself!
Dobsinska Ice cave – This cave is found in the Slovak Paradise National Park and is Slovakia’s largest ice cave. The pictures speak for themselves! The tour through Dobšinská Ice Cave lasts 30 minutes. It is open from May to October. Entry is permitted only with a guide.
Belianske Cave is the largest and only stalactite cave open to the public in the whole of the Tatras range.