TRY THE TASTE OF SLOVAKIA
Mar 27
Mountain Veľký Rozsutec
Veľký Rozsutec (1,609.7 m; 5,281.17 ft AMSL) is a mountain situated in the Malá Fatra mountain range in the Žilina Region, Slovakia. The peak is situated in the north part of Malá Fatra called Krivánska Malá Fatra and is part of the Malá Fatra National Park and Rozsutec National Nature Reserve (since 1967). Veľký Rozsutec and the surrounding area are home to many endangered species of plants and animals, some of which are endemic, as well as rare karst terrain. Source: Wikipedia
Nov 12
Autumn atmosphere in High Tatras
The High Tatras or High Tatra Mountains (Slovak: Vysoké Tatry, Polish: Tatry Wysokie), are a mountain range along the border of northern Slovakia in the Prešov Region, and southern Poland in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship. They are a range of the Tatra Mountains chain. Source: Wikipedia
Jul 31
Donovaly – tourist resort
Donovaly is a village in the Banská Bystrica Region of central Slovakia.[1] Being situated in an important pass between the mountains of Veľká Fatra and Starohorské vrchy, on the route connecting Banská Bystrica with Ružomberok, it became a prominent centre of winter and summer sports. Donovaly is a part of Low Tatras National Park, and it hosts one of the biggest and most popular ski resorts in Slovakia. Elevation is between 910 – 1,402 m, and there are more than 11 km of ski slopes, 17 lifts and elevators. In 2006, the Telemix lift by POMA, France – the 3rd of this kind in the world – was installed. It consists of 6 seated lift chairs, and 8 seated cabins, so the skiers can choose how they will go up to the top. Winter season starts from end of November and lasts until late March, beginning of April. It is also renowned for its dogsled racing championships. Source: Wikipedia
Spa city Piestany in autumn
The spa is located on the Spa Island between two branches of the Váh river, at the site of several hot springs with temperatures of 67–69 °C (153–156 °F). The water originates in a tectonic break at 2,000 metres (6,600 feet) depth. The sulfate–carbonate water from the springs is used in pools and tubs. Sulfurous mud extracted from the bed of a side channel of the river is also used for treatment in the form of thermal mud pools with temperature 39 °C (102 °F) and for partial and full body packs. Spring water and mud therapy is complemented by electrotherapy, exercise, massage, medication, and diet. Source: Wikipedia
Autumn in Bratislava town
Autumn sky over river Dunaj and the castle, autumn leaves and flowers.
Aug 27
Vrátna Valley
Vrátna dolina or Vrátna Valley is a valley in the Malá Fatra mountain range in Slovakia. It is situated 3 kilometers from the village of Terchová in the Žilina Region. Vrátna dolina covers an area of approximately 36 km² (13,9 mi²).[1] There are four access points into the valley: Tiesňavy, Stará dolina, Nová dolina, and Starý dvor. Source: Wikipedia Gallery
Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia
Bratislava (/ˌbrætɪˈslɑːvə/ or /ˌbrɑː-/;[2][3] Slovak pronunciation: [ˈbracislaʋa] ( listen), German: Preßburg or Pressburg IPA: [ˈpʁɛsˌbʊɐ̯k]; Hungarian: Pozsony) is the capital of Slovakia, and with a population of about 450,000, the country’s largest city.[1] The greater metropolitan area is home to more than 650,000 people. Bratislava is in southwestern Slovakia, occupying both banks of the River Danube and the left bank of the River Morava. Bordering Austria and Hungary, it is the only national capital that borders two sovereign states. Source: Wikipedia   Gallery
Historical city Banská Štiavnica
Banská Štiavnica (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈbanskaː ˈʃciawɲitsa] ( listen); German: Schemnitz; Hungarian: Selmecbánya (Selmec), pronounced [ˈʃɛlmɛd͡zbaːɲɒ]) is a town in central Slovakia, in the middle of an immense caldera created by the collapse of an ancient volcano. For its size, the caldera is known as Štiavnica Mountains. Banská Štiavnica has a population of more than 10,000. It is a completely preserved medieval town. Because of their historical value, the town and its surroundings were proclaimed by the UNESCO to be a World Heritage Site on December 11, 1993. Source: Wikipedia Gallery
Aug 20
The city of Banska Bystrica and its surroundings
Špania Dolina is a village and municipality in central Slovakia, near the city of Banská Bystrica.  Although its permanent population does not exceed 200 people, it is a picturesque historic village situated 728 m above sea level and is surrounded by the Staré Hory and Veľká Fatra mountains. It has become a popular tourist recreation centre. Source: Wikipedia  
Aug 09
The Castle of Slovenska Lupca
The Ľupča castle towers above the village Slovenská Ľupča. It’s the highest located castle building in the Hron area (Pohronie). The castle is built on the north side of a relatively narrow fold of the Hron which is closed by the slopes of the Slovak Ore Mountains (Slovenské Rudohorie) from the south and by the slopes of the Low Tatras from the north. The oldest part of the castle is built on the isolated rock on the last hill of the Low Tatras jag with an altitude of 375m above sea level. Source: Wikipedia