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Tatras guide: A fresh take on the stunning soul of Slovakia

This brand new, pocket-sized guide includes a mountain load of information.

Source: Lukáš KucejSource: Lukáš Kucej

Slovakia’s Tatra Mountains are unparalleled in beauty, attracting many tourists from near and far. In order to make your next trip to the Tatras the best yet, our Spectacular Slovakia team has prepared something special for you: our recently-published Tatras travel guide!

We went directly to the places featured in the Tatra guide, allowing you, the reader, to not only learn more about the region's attractions, but also the stories of people, thanks to which you can discover the true face of this spectacular region.

You can purchase our Tatras travel guide directly on our brand new SPECTACULAR SLOVAKIA website , where you can also browse our complete selection of multilingual guides.

Our Tatras travel guide may be pocket-sized, but our adventurous travel writers, who are head over hiking boots in love with the Tatras, have squeezed a mountain load of practical information into this travel must-have. Among many other things, this guide includes:

  • recommended hiking trips with detailed maps
  • 3D animations and countless photographs of the picture-perfect region
  • an introduction to the whole Tatras region, including attractions on the Polish side of the Tatras
  • a list of upcoming events
  • top accommodation facilities and restaurants
  • suggestions for family-friendly fun

The Tatras are a breath of fresh mountain air for every type of traveller. Our guide will lead you through the glimmering peaks and valleys of the Tatra region, filling every day you decide to spend there with stunning scenery, scrumptious gastronomy and legendary adventures.

The Tatras are calling, and you must go! (with our trusty guide in tow, of course)

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