Spectacular Slovakia #22: Looking for a scenic day trip? Walk to Poland and the Czech Republic

What does a New Yorker appreciate about the remote region of Kysuce?

Stone spheres in MegoňkyStone spheres in Megoňky (Source: Spectacular Slovakia archive)

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“You really do feel like you have travelled back in time,” says Dave Rubin as he starts his brief intro to the northwest region of Kysuce. Here, visitors have the unique opportunity to walk to Poland, or the Czech Republic. It’s hilly and remote, and the wildlife is captivating. The stone spheres in Kysuce are another mystery to be explored in Slovakia.

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