Cycling lovers can use 800 kilometres of cycling routes at Liptov

Some cycling trips are also organised and with a guide.

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Cycling lovers can choose from more than 800 kilometres of indicated cycling routes of various difficulty in the Liptov region. Both experienced cyclists and families will be satisfied.

The Regional Organisation of Tourism (OOCR) Region Liptov also offers free cycling trips using attractive trails in the region on Sundays.

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During every organised trip, there is also a guide available, informing tourists about Liptov but mainly about cycling routes.

“Thanks to the guides, cyclists dare to conquer the trails that they would not try on their own,” said Katarína Šarafínová, manager of OOCR Liptov, as quoted by the TASR newswire. “Also bus for bikes are available on the trips.”

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