Interesting Places to Visit

Town Park in Tatranská Lomnica

The city park in Tatranská Lomnica is the oldest park in the High Tatras and the surrounding area. Its history dates back to 1892. It is located in the heart of the picturesque mountain settlement of Tatranská Lomnica. There are typical Tatra plant species located here. It is a popular place for everyday walks with […]

Loisch’s Spring

Loisch’s spring, which has long been said to belong to the healing mineral waters, springs up along the tourist path leading to the valley Dolina Zeleného plesa. The surroundings of the spring were a popular walking place for spa guests and around it already in the 19th century a tourist path led to the valley […]

Symbolic Cemetery at Popradské Pleso

The Symbolic Cemetery (1525 m) is an important Tatra memorial site near the tarn Popradské pleso under the western walls of Ostrva. The memorial cemetery is intended primarily to commemorate those who died in the High Tatras or the exceptional people from the Tatras, who lost their lives in the world’s mountains. You’ll find here […]

Pekná vyhliadka – Lookout

The lookout at Pekná vyhliadka can be found near Smokovecká kyselka spring well above Starý Smokovec. Several undemanding routes lead to it. The ascent can also be combined with a walk to a calvary, which also leads to the outlook. The lookout is equipped with a wooden, covered gazebo with seating.

The Heart of Tatras

Almost perfect heart-shaped stone just above the railway, between stops Vyšné Hágy and Popradské pleso. After strong Tatra winds in 2004 observable from the train and is located at pillars 112 – 113. WARNING: Not accessible by foot, no trail leads there. Admire from the train only.  

Partisan Bunker under Kriváň

About an hour’s walk from Tri Studničky on the way to Kriváň, we find a reconstructed partisan bunker marked with a memorial plaque, reminiscent of the difficult battle of German fascists with the partisan unit of the High Tatras, which took place here on January 14, 1945. One of the victims of the mentioned battles […]

Chapel of Our Lady of Lourdes in Starý Smokovec

The first brick chapel, which was built by the town of Spišská Kapitula in 1836. It was originally dedicated to St. Peter and Paul. Administratively it belonged to the parish of Mlynica. On June 29th on the feast of St. Peter and Paul, a big pilgrimage took place every year from the Tatra settlements to […]

Wooden Church in Starý Smokovec

The neo-gothic church of the Immaculate Conception in Starý Smokovec was built in 1888 in the alpine style with characteristic half-timbered masonry. The building, which attracts with its richly carved and decorated gables, perfectly harmonizes with the surrounding environment and is considered one of the most beautiful cultural monuments in the High Tatras. The church […]

Traction Substation in Horný Smokovec

Traction Substation is located on the northern side of the railway line in Horný Smokovec. It was established before 1912 and today it is used as a traction substation of the Tatra Electric Railways. Since 2010, it has been declared a cultural monument. The floor plan is L-shaped and is built mostly in the Art […]

Wooden Church in Dolný Smokovec

Roman Catholic wooden church – one of the most important architectural monuments of Dolný Smokovec was built at the end of the 19th century in the neoclassical Art Nouveau style. It was designed by the important Spiš architect Gedeon Majunke. The church was a great success at the time of its founding, it was written […]

Mineral Spring Kyselka in Starý Smokovec

It has been said for many decades that natural springs have beneficial effects on humans. Many of them spring in the High Tatras. One such “source of health” is also found in Starý Smokovec. Smokovecká kyselka springs in a hollow, about 100 meters away from the amphitheater. Whoever it doesn’t cure, at least satiates. There […]

Wooden Church in Tatranská Javorina

The wooden church in Tatranská Javorina was built by Prince Christian Hohenlohe. It is an atypical design church set in a beautiful setting on the outskirts of the village. It is surrounded by a small cemetery with a large tomb and in the distance overlooking the Belianske Tatras. The tomb belongs to the administrator of […]

Calvary in Starý Smokovec

The highest located calvary in the middle Europe. Despite not being the traditional one, the calvary is an original artistic expression of the professional slovak and polish artists (2010 – 2013), symbolizing a tribute to our mountains. The calvary starts nearby the center of Starý Smokovec and the stops are along the sidewalk leading to […]

Vila Flóra in Starý Smokovec

According to some historians, Vila Flóra is the oldest building in Starý Smokovec and thus in the entire High Tatras. Today we can find here the exhibition hall of the Tatra Gallery in Poprad and the Tatra Jewelery Gallery. There are regular art exhibitions: photography, painting with a change of theme. There is a hall […]

Lakes of Love at Štrbské Pleso

Lakes of love has origin name Štrbské rybníky. Founder of Štrbské pleso – Jozef Szentiványi have used them for trout fishing. Lakes in these days are very popular for walks and for young couples. You can find places to sit, relax there and you will be still near center of the village. The educational trail […]

Interesting places to visit nearby

Conservation Reserve of Folk Architecture in Osturňa

The village is located at an altitude of 600 to 900 m. in the NW part of the Spišská Magura mountain range. In the southern part of the cadastre, the Magura ridges reach about 1200 m above sea level. The village is situated on the border with Poland, in the vicinity of Tatranská Javorina, Ždiar, […]

Farm Východná

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