Ready for some romance? These are the Tatra’s Lakes of Love

They are located near Štrbské Pleso.

(Source: TASR/Oliver Ondráš)
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Even though the majority of tourists head to Štrbské Pleso in the High Tatras, the Lakes of Love are located nearby, close to Mlynica Stream.

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Due to its beautiful nature and pleasant environment, they are a favourite place to visit and relax. In the past, they were called Štrbské Pounds, used for breeding trout.

The romantic name came about after benches were added and couples from a nearby healing institute were visiting them.

The road is marked with information tables that reveal the history of the place. See the photos in our gallery:

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