guide to driving and camping in Slovakia

Tatra Mountains

Slovakia

At a fraction of the cost of visiting Western Europe’s Alps, outdoor enthusiasts can visit Slovakia’s dramatic High Tatras. Both easy and difficult trails pass serene alpine lakes and wildly tumbling waterfalls. Creeks skip through quiet valleys and blankets of red and yellow clover enhance its grassy meadows. There’s an unpretentious and cheerful ambiance in beautiful Slovakia that entices travelers to linger longer than they had planned. You’ll share your campgrounds with easy-going, friendly Slovaks having an old-fashioned good time. Campgrounds are found throughout the country. Most campgrounds have a modern toilet/shower building, simple café or restaurant and cabins. Driving is relaxing and scenic. The roads are in good condition, and modern divided motorways are gradually being built to connect major cities.

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