Spectacular Slovakia #23: Visit the Nosferatu castle in Orava

Care for a plate of halušky? Sheep cheese is an acquired taste, say Americans.

A wooden raft below Orava Castle.A wooden raft below Orava Castle.(Source: Amanda Rivkin)

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During their time in Slovakia, Paul and Lynette Doege also visited the northern region of Orava. What are the places that you should definitely see and experiences you should not miss out on? Going to the castle where Nosferatu was filmed was an extra treat for Paul - more than the plate of halušky, which, Paul and Lynette admit, is not for everyone.

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