Tatras National Park
Where nature, history and traditions blend
- Una terra de conte de fades amb imponents castells i fortaleses.
- Descobreix quatre Parcs Nacionals diferents amb naturalesa verge.
- Territori ideal per al senderisme amb pics rocosos i boscos exuberants.
- Ciutats medievals i pobles amb encant a tota la regió.
- Costos molt assequibles tant d'allotjament com d'àpats.
- 7 nights in the chosen accommodation
- Return flights (tax included)
- 7 days car rental
- When driving around Austria, it is indispensable to buy a “vignette” toll sticker, which allows you to travel on motorways and expressways.
The Tatra Mountains are a spectacular rock mass, extension of the Carpathians, which forms the natural border between Slovakia and Poland. This is one of the highest massifs of Eastern Europe with peaks over 2,600 meters altitude. The Tatras are divided into two massifs (High and Low Tatras) that constitute the two national parks. These national parks are a great area to enjoy nature while walking, mountain biking or hiking. Not surprisingly they were declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. Among the fauna, we can find protected species such as the brown bear, the wolf and the lynx, specimens that are developed under the protection of forests growing imprenetrables at the base of the mountains and along the many glacial valleys flowing the Váh river valley. But the Tatras have been always inhabited by humans so we can find here much more than nature. This is an ideal region to discover the medieval history of Central Europe with its mighty castles, beautiful historic cities and charming medieval villages. Many of these gems have been clased as World Heritage by Unesco. The following itinerary is a suggestion of excursions and visits you can do while staying in the Tatras National Park:
Day 1: Flight to Vienna.
In time the flight from Vienna destination liner. On arrival the rental car pickup at the airport you will use to go to the accommodation booked and that will be available all week. The Tatras are're about 4 hours from the airport.
Day 2: The Spis Region.
You can spend the day Spis region. You can start with the Slovak Paradise National Park, with beautiful landscapes that mix rock formations with thick forests and caves "ice". You can eat in Levoca, walled city with a beautiful square and a church with the largest Gothic altar in Europe. Spis Castle is impressive and a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Road 200 Km i / v.
Day 3: The Low Tatras.
The National Park Low Tatras has everything to enjoy nature. A unique attraction is the "ice caves" that you can visit and find great ice formations even in midsummer. You can eat in Banska Bistrica and pleasant stroll around the old town. Spend the afternoon at the charming historical town of Banská Stiavnica, in the mountains. Road 280 Km i / v.
Day 4: Krakow (Poland).
At about 180 km from the Tatras have one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Krakow. His extraordinary old town, completely preserved, is loaded with valuable monuments, around the market square. Emphasize its churches, museums, palaces and squares of great beauty. If you already know you can spend the day Krakow to know the Slovak Karst region, famous for its caves.(A surcharge to drive the car over to Poland must be paid as it is not included in the trip price. The exact amount will be informed when signing the contract directly with the car Company)
Day 5: A day to relax?.
If you want to rest a little car nothing better than to spend the day enjoying the magnificent natural environment of the valley where your accommodation. It is an ideal place to stroll, take a gondola, do mountain biking, etc.. If what you want is more tourism can go to the National Park Malá Fatra and know the Orava valley with its castle and the typical village Zuberec and the Skansen open-air museum.
Day 6: Medieval cities.
The eastern Slovakia is famous for medieval cities. Driving a little less than 400 Km i / v by good roads can make a beginning with the fascinating route Kosice, the second city of the country. You can eat in Presov, a city with a strong medieval. Finally leaving time to spend the afternoon in Bardejov, a gem whose Market Square is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Day 7: The High Tatras.
The High Tatras are the high mountain massif smallest in Europe. Protected by National Park, its verticality and impressive rock walls are a must. Start by taking the cable car Lomnicky Stit chilling climbing to the highest peak. After visiting the typical village Zdiar, Dunajec and throat, back, Stara Lubovna Castle. They are about 230 Km i / v.
Day 8: Homecoming.
Sal in time to the airport in Vienna (they are about 4 hours). In time return the rental car at Vienna airport before your flight back home. Arrival and end of the trip.
Our prices include return flight tickets and all the supplement taxes such as airpot taxes, fuel surcharge and credit card processing fees.
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