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HUSKIES AND DOG SLEDDING IN SLOVAKIA

If you hear the word ‘huskie’, you start thinking of snowy countries, dogs running through the meadow,
30 degrees below zero and strong ice-cold winds.

This is also one of the possible activities you might experience, with the supervision of our mushers (leaders) who have entered a couple of world championships.

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SNOWSHOEING GUIDE IN SLOVAKIA

Your snowshoes allow you to go to the places where it is impossible to get to with your normal winter boots. Historically they were used by North American Indians, Eskimos, and North European regions but also in our country.

Because of the size of snowshoes, you can stay above the snow and it does not matter how heavy you are as you won’t sink underneath it. They will bring you to the deep forest, to open snowy meadows or to the untouched valleys.

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SKI SNOWBOARD INSTRUCTOR

Private lessons:

- it is the fastest way to learn how to ride.
During the lesson i individually focus on specific mistakes of my client and the whole process of the lesson is much faster. I suggest to everybody, there is not a limit of the age.

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OPEN AIR MUSEUM

If you want to experience life in Slovakia 100 years ago, visit an open air museum (called a Skanzen) with me.

Every Skanzen offers a slightly different architectonical style, with houses from many different regions or villages. You will see the houses of our grandparents, water mills, oil and pottery manufactures and wooden churches. If you go inside the houses, you will find a traditional dish, carpets, wooden buckets and many more.

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CAVES

When taking a trip to the caves, you should be comfortable with narrow and small spaces. All the caves have artificially lit walkways. It is suggested to take warmer clothing with as the temperature inside the caves are lower than the outside temperature.

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BIKE GUIDE IN SLOVAKIA

For me, a bicycle is an object of freedom – you can use it anytime, anywhere. And if I say anywhere, trust me you can ride eveything on it.

In Slovakia, we have a variety of different biking routes – both gravel and concrete. Our biking routes are safe - no motor vehicles.

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HISTORICAL TOWNS

Slovak towns hide many historical monuments - castles, chateaus, palaces, churches and labour houses –
the most important of which are listes at the UNESCO. The Slovakian towns with historical centres listed in UNESCO are Banska, Stiavnica, Bardejov and Levoca.

To see some of these historical monuments, I would pick one of the richest regions in Slovakia called Spis with the most popular and most visited towns like Levoca and Kezmarok.

Below is a short introduction to the town of Levoca.

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CASTLES

A guided tour through the Slovakian castles is one of my favourites. In the region where I live, you will find one of the biggest castle complexes in middle Europe, called Spis castle. It stands on mare than 10 acres of land.

If you visit Slovakia, you will be introduced to many castles, chateaus and old castle ruins. Most of them were built hundreds of years ago. They were used as proper homes for kings, and also as protection against enemies.

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TOURIST GUIDE

As part of my services, I take tourists on hiking trips on all marked trails in the Tatra Mountain.
This includes visits to mountain huts, saddles and different peaks or even a scenic ride on a gondola up on the Lomnicky peak.

Care should be taken when preparing for a hike.
You should take your fitness level into account and have the appropriate clothing (pack an extra t-shirt, trousers and a waterproof jacket and pants in your backpack – just in case the weather changes). You should also have proper hiking boots with rubber soles.

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Contact Us

Erik Ševčík - Adventoura
Uherova 2909/33
Poprad 058 01
SLOVAKIA
Tel.: +421 903 641 549