Ice Express hits the tracks again

There are organised hikes in Slovenský Raj and advantageous prices of tickets to ski resorts on the train route.

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The Košice self-governing region prepared the operation of the non-scheduled Ice Express touristic train again this year. Every Saturday in February, it takes travellers for tourism, skiing and other winter experiences, from Košice to Slovenský Raj (Slovak Paradise).

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The train on the Košice – Kysak – Margecany – Gelnica – Nálepkovo – Mlynky – Dedinky – Stratená – Dobšinská Ice Cave – Telgárt route and back leaves Košice station at 7:55 and returns at 18:48.

Chairman of the Košice Self-Governing Region, Rastislav Trnka, opined that when supporting and developing tourism in the region, they should also offer people possibilities how to reach attractive localities for tourists.

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