Spectacular Slovakia #24: Hiking with little feet

Slovakia is a good place for easy hiking with kids.

The ruins of the Tematín Castle near Piešťany are a good destination for a hike with kids. The ruins of the Tematín Castle near Piešťany are a good destination for a hike with kids. (Source: Jana Liptáková)

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Slovakia is a good place to hike with your kids. Naomi, a mother of four living in Slovakia, shares some inspirational tips for trips that little feet can manage. Some of the best places, including hikes with a destination (like a small organic farm) are a simple day trip from Bratislava. What’s the best way to make kids walk fast? Listen to Naomi’s top tip for hiking with little ones.

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