Places to go

  • National Park of High Tatras

    The oldest of our protected areas, the National Park of Tatras (TANAP) in the north of Slovakia, was founded in 1949. It covers the high-mountain area of the Tatras and it is the unique protected area of flora and fauna among the tallest European high mountains situated north of the Alps.

  • National Park of Nízke Tatry

    Národný park Nízke Tatry (NAPANT) is the largest Slovak National Park. It lies in Central Slovakia and its greatest attractions include numerous karstic phenomena and caves.

  • National Park of Slovenský raj

    The National Park of Slovenský raj situated in the eastern part of Slovakia contains one of the biggest ice caves in Europe and an attractive landscape of karstic plateaux, gorges, waterfalls and caves. The monuments that testify the oldest history of the region and the country are also here.

  • National Park of Pieniny

    The National Park of Pieniny (PIENAP) is the smallest of the Slovak National Parks, but as far as its beauty concerns, it is in no way less beautiful. It is the second oldest Park in Slovakia. It stretches on the border with Poland; the river Dunajec passes through it. It is possible to hire a raft and admire the wonderful scenery of the Park navigating down the river.


Travel essentials

  • 11/27/2015 - 11/29/2015

    Tatra Folk Weekend

    It’s our pleasure to invite you to the High Tatras soaked with a Christmas atmosphere – it’s time again for the Market of Folk Handicrafts and its all-day programme of events and attractions.

  • 12/1/2015

    Tennis Champions 2015

    Yannick Noah, Mats Wilander, Pat Cash, Mansour Bahrami, Anna Karolína Schmiedlová, and Petra Kvitová. Six tennis stars of the past and the present will participate in the 8th year of the unique Tennis Champions exhibition taking place on 1 December 2015, starting at 6:00 p.m. at NTC in Bratislava.

  • 12/3/2015 - 12/6/2015

    International Festival of Advent and Christmas Music

    The 10th International Festival of Advent and Christmas Music will take place in Bratislava from December 3-6, 2015. The capital of Slovakia, Bratislava, is opening its gates and inviting choirs to its beautiful, historical, Christmas-themed centre. Choirs from across the world are invited to contribute to the peaceful Christmas atmosphere with their music, songs, and traditional culture, as well as spontaneous performances.

  • 12/4/2015

    The Arrival of St. Nicholas in Poprad

    You and your little ones are invited to Poprad’s main square to greet St. Nicholas and light up the Christmas tree and the beautiful Christmas decorations around the city.