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Slovakia: Self-Guided Holidays and Small Group Walking & Cycling Adventures, Bike & Barge Holidays

Slovakia is a hidden gem of Europe. The country is relatively undiscovered by mass tourism and after a holiday to Slovakia you'll agree that the Slovaks are an extremely helpful, pleasant people prepared to go out of their way to welcome you. A walking or cycling holiday through Slovakia will allow you to slow down and make the most of chance encounters or to soak in the magnificent scenery.

Slovakia's High Tatras are a magnificent range of mountains scattered with villages that still follow deep peasant traditions. The High Tatras is the ideal escape from many of the busier tourist destinations of Europe and offers some of the best walking holidays in Europe.

Slovakia's capital, Bratislava, is a lively metropolis with a fascinating old town. Here you'll find a European city yet to be touched by the mass commericalism, leaving you to enjoy an authentic European holiday experience.

Utracks Europe offers a range of guided and self-guided tours to help you cycle, walk, barge & ship your way through Slovakia on a small group adventure holiday.



moderate  |  14 days
Cycle along the Danube River, across three European borders, from Passau to the romantic city of Budapest
introductory to moderate  |  8 days
Journey by bike and river cruise through Austria and Hungary along the mighty Danube
introductory to moderate  |  15 days
Travel the Danube between Passau in Germany and the Iron Gates National Park on the Romanian Serbian border by bike and river cruise
moderate  |  8 days
Cycle from Vienna via Bratislava to Budapest along the scenice Danube Cycle Path
Challenging  |  8 days
An exhilarating hut to hut hike through the pristine High Tatra mountain range of northern Slovakia
introductory to moderate  |  8 days
Explore the highlights of the Danube from Passau to Vienna and Bratislava by bike and boat
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