Stary Smokovec - Tatranska Lomnica - Lomnicky stit - Strbske Pleso

Price: 50.00 EUR
Countries: Slovakia
Route: Banska Bystrica - Stary Smokovec - Tatranska Lomnica - Lomnicky stit - Strbske Pleso - Banska Bystrica
Duration: 9 h
Our first stop will be at the Stary Smokovec (founded in 1793) is the oldest spa area of the High Tatras Mountains. This small cozy town situated near acid springs on the southern side of foothills of Slavkovsky Peak.  Early, there was only a hunter cottage of the earl Štefan Csáky, who have opened a mineral spring in this place and who was the keeper of local forests. Stary Smokovec was opened for the public in 1800 - 1872 years.  There we will sit to the local train which firstly  reach us to the Tatranská Lomnica which  is a picturesque mountain resort located in High Tatras.
Also here located one of the biggest attraction in this mountain resort is the cable car which leads to Lomnický štít. This impressive mountain reaches 2,634 metres and it's the second highest peak in Slovak Tatra mountains. Lomnický štít is not accessible via hiking trails. The only option to get to the mountain top is to take a ride in a cable car and we will use it, where you enjoy a wonderful and unforgetable view of mountains and High Tatras Natural Park. Next , by the train we will go to Strbske Pleso Lake which is speckled with row boats in summer. The Strbske Pleso is one of the High Tatras’ loveliest scenes . This glacial lake (1346m) receives huge numbers of visitors around the year, thanks to lofty hiking trails and the country's longest ski season. For almost half the year, the lake freezes over, allowing ice skaters to spin across its surface. After free time we will return to Banska Bystrica.
Price: per person
Dudik, 04.02.2023
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