Low Tatras National Park
If so, go on reading. Luxurious rooms and apartments with a bit of history, a lot of charisma and, of course, great services, reflecting many years of work of enthusiastic hoteliers. Poloniny National Park — darkest area Poloniny National Park is known for being the darkest area in Slovakia as well as the least populated part of the country. Let us know below in the comments!
National Parks of Slovakia 1. There are lots of hiking, skiing and climbing opportunities but even several spa resorts. Mountains here are not so high, as Low Tatras National Park highest one Ondrejisko Borovniak reaches only meters above sea level. It offers long hiking trails which can be quite demanding for not experienced tourists but also wild nature and beautiful views. Pieniny National Park — the smallest one Pieniny National Park is the smallest one of all national parks in Slovakia, however this does not mean it is least valuable or least popular.
If you have already seen some promotional video from Slovakia then you have certainly noticed beautiful scenery around the river of Dunajec where people dressed in folk costumes sail the river on raft.
The river forms the borders between Poland and Slovakia. Poloniny National Park — darkest area Poloniny National Park is known for being the darkest area in Slovakia as well as the least populated part of the country. If you would like to see how dark space looked like hundreds of years ago, then visiting this park is a must.
Its highest point is near mount Kremenec Low Tatras National Park which is where Ukraine, Poland and Slovakia share their borders. What was your favorite place? Let us know below in the comments!
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Ice age relicts include Ranunculus alpestris of the genus Ranunculus , glacier crowfoot , Dianthus glacialis of the genus Dianthus , Gentiana frigida of the gentian genus, Primula minim of the genus Primula , yellow mountain saxifrage , dwarf willow , net-leaved willow Salix reticulata , and others. In order to enjoy your visit please use marked hiking tracks, footpaths and cycling tracks as well as Tourist Information Centres. This regulation set out the conditions for the protection of particular areas.