Don´t you know how to spend your nearest weekend? We have prepared some interesting tips for you. Just select a weekend date and region and we will recommend you interesting cultural, social or sports events or festivals.
Wild fun at the "horned sledge" made without any single nail or screw. Come to the southern side of Mt Chopok and enjoy a horn sledge race that will be held for the second time on slopes in Jasná. The race starts in the locality of Kosodrevina with the final in the locality of Krúpová.
At sunset when the cable car transports the last resort clients down the hill, Mt. Lomnický štít offers a unique atmosphere which is meant only for the “chosen ones”. Just to hear is not enough. The night on top of Mt. Lomnický štít is an adventure that you need to experience. At least once in your lifetime.
Treat yourself to a non-traditional dinner under the stars in the Tatras and enjoy a magical night atmosphere. Travel with a cable car late in the evening – which is possible only during these special events and visit an observatory that is usually closed for the public.
Acrobatic skiing became popular in Slovakia. Slovak Cup in freestyle skiing in slopestyle and bigair disciplines therefore increased number of rounds to four, one of them being organized as FIS race. Within eight weeks from January to March at three different sites in Slovakia, freestyle freaks have even more opportunities to enjoy their favourite sport.
The World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (WFTGA) declared in 1987 the first World Tourist Guides Day. This year, you can enjoy this event on February 24th. This weekend, you can participate in guided tours for free in many towns in Slovakia.
The Carnival season starts after Epiphany in January and lasts until Ash Wednesday in March or April. Historically a time to enjoy eating and drinking, it served as a virtual bridge between Christmas and Easter periods. Literally, it also links winter with the spring.