First cycling route to open in Slovenský Raj, expected for 15 years

Four villages in the area of the national park to be connected

(Source: Mária Šimoňáková)
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A new tourist attraction should soon open in Slovenský raj (Slovak Paradise) national park – a cycling route named Ukraine.

The route will pass through four villages – Smižany, Spišské Tomášovce, Letanovce and Hrabušice. People in the northern part of the national park have waited for this route 15 years, the regional Korzár daily reported.

Finance from the Agriculture and Transport Ministry will be used for its construction, an investment worth €2.1 million.

The cycling route will be 7.1 kilometres long. As the mayor of Spišské Tomášovce said, the settlement of the lands where the cycling route will be located took 15 years.

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