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Vieja a Eslovaquia

HIKING IN SLOVAKIA

HIKING TOUR IN SLOVAKIA

Author’s trip to Slovakia. Enjoy a one-week hiking trip with guided tours in Slovakia. From the Tatra Mountains to the Slovenian Paradise. From the Mala Fatra to the World Heritage Wooden Churches.

Slovakia is perhaps one of those little gems for hiking and cultural discovery that exist in the Central European context. This makes Slovakia an ideal destination for the Asturian Ways travel model, in which we love to combine hiking, nature and the discovery of a rich cultural heritage that helps us to see with different eyes this little piece of the world in which we live.

We have planned this trip in two versions. One more mountainous and the other more trekking. In both we combine nature and culture, walking and discovering. So that, whichever option you choose, you can enjoy the riches of this small Central European country to the full.

Are you up for it?

DURATION: 8 days / 7 nights
GROUP: 4-8 people
LANGUAGE: English
DIFICUlTY: Version 2 / 5 Dificultad and 3/5

PRICE / PERSON FROM :

  • Depending on the size of the final group, the prices will be as follows
  • GROUP OF 4 PEOPLE: 1788 Euros/person
  • GROUP OF 5-6 PERSONS: 1430 Euros/person
  • GROUP OF 7-8 PERSONS: 1180 Euros/person
  • Single room supplement 125 Euros/person. 2 rooms available
  • Supplement registration 45 days before the departure date: 50 euros
  • Discount Registration 3 months before departure date: 50 Euros
  • Price for regular customers and newsletter subscribers: 10% discount. This percentage does not apply to supplements or discounts.
  • Registration open until 30 days before the departure date, subject to availability.
INCLUDED
  • Hotel on bed and breakfast basis.
  • Transport in an 8-seater passenger van.
  • Guided tours and insurance associated with the hiking routes.
  • 1 Celebration lunch/dinner
NOT INCLUDED
  • Flights
  • Meals not described
  • Travel insurance (optional)
Viaje Eslovaquia

HIKING AND NATURE IN SLOVAKIA

Despite being one of the smallest countries in Europe, it has 9 national parks and enviable nature conservation conditions. Perhaps the best known area is the Tatra Mountains, which with their three massifs (Western Tatras, Central Tatras and White Tatras) form an impregnable border with Poland.

Although its mountains are not very high – the highest peak is 2,655 metres – its national parks are dominated by high mountain environments, and in fact there are many impassable areas that are closed to hiking for much of the year. All the more reason to plan your trip well…

HISTORY AND SLOVAKIAN TRADITIONS

Slovakia is an exotic destination, with important medieval remains and remains from the time of the Hungarian kingdom.

It also has an important cultural and popular heritage, with beautiful villages and churches where wood is a singular construction element.

At present, Slovakia has 8 World Heritage Sites, of which we will visit at least three of them.

Viaje a Eslovaquia

Travel Plan

DAY 1

ARRIVE TO BRATISLAVA

Arrival in Bratislava. Welcome and transfer to
Liptovsky Mikulas.

DAY 2

MALA FATRA

It is a national park in this mountainous area, full of gorges, dense forests and spectacular views. We will take a fun and very varied route through the surroundings, climbing the Janosikove Diery gorge to climb the Rozsutec peak.

DAY 3

WEST TATRAS

Mountaineering option: circular route to the Salatin Peak, walking along the ridge along some of its steep sections, with views of the Western Tatras massif.

Hiking option: partially circular route through the Rohacska Dolina valley, walking through this beautiful glacial valley.

DAY 4

BARDEJOV

Rest day, as far as walking is concerned. But very active in terms of sightseeing.
We will visit Bardejov, a beautiful village in the north-east of Slovakia. We will also visit some of the famous wooden churches of the area, a World Heritage Site.

DAY 5

CENTRAL AND EAST TATRAS

Mountain hike: ascent of Rysy Peak, a mythical mountain for both Slovaks and Poles.
Perhaps one of the most spectacular hikes in the Tatra Mountains.

Hiking route: circular route along the slopes of Lomnicky Peak and around Zelene Pleso, thus covering part of the Central Tatras and the Eastern Tatras, the so-called White Tatras.

DAY 6

SLOVENSKY RAJ

Route through the Slovensky Raj, the so-called “Slovak paradise”. This is an area full of ravines, forests and small gorges, on the banks of the Hornad River, with stairs, footbridges, steps and steps…

Mountaineering route: we will join the Sucha Bela ravine route with the Hornad river gorge.
Hiking route: Sucha Bela ravine.

DAY 7

SPISS CASTLE

Visit to Spiss Castle, an impressive castle-fortress in the vicinity of Poprad. Return to Bratislava, where you can stroll around and get to know the capital of Slovakia.

DAY 8

BACK HOME

Depending on the flight schedule, you can take a short guided tour of Bratislava to get to know this small Central European capital.

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