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Museum Tour Of Slovak Wedding

Museum Tour Of Slovak Wedding Packages
Country: Slovakia
City: High Tatras
Duration: 5 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

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Package Itinerary

Our Guide will meet you at your hotel in High Tatras, Poprad or other place.

You will follow the itinerary mentioned bellow.

  • The Belianska Cave
  • Ždiar Village
  • Museum of Ždiar
  • Horse carriage
  • Lunch
  • The only show cave in the High Tatra mountains

The Belianska Cave belongs among the most visited show caves in Slovakia. Except for bizarre rocky shapes, it is known by rich occurrence of calcite fills. Though the interest in natural attractions of the cave have been persisting for 125 years, the rules of its forming are not entirely clear by now.

The show path is 1,370 m long with elevation range of 125 m, there are 860 steps on the path. The stay in cave lasts about 70 min. The temperature ranges between 5 and 6,3°C.

The visitor can admire flowstone waterfalls, pagoda stalagmite, pools and many other forms of cave decoration. One of the stops is in the Musical Hall, named after the sound of dripping waters on pool surface. This hall was used for organizing musical concerts of reproduced classical music because of its superior acoustics.

Welcome to Zdiar

Zdiar is a small village in the heart of beautiful intact nature, above which strongly and proudly towering peaks of Belianske Tatras

Visitors of this distinctive village can just wander the countryside, listening to noise of the forest, seen grazing sheep and find peace of mind.

Museum of Zdiar

Ždiar House Museum was established in 1971. It is located in a wooden purpose-built building, which is the original architecture of the village Ždiar.
The whole building was divided into two residential and farm. The living is a permanent exhibition of folk creativity – Ždiarske costumes, toys, dolls, pets and more. Are located and auxiliary tools, musical instruments, known for are seeded Spiš and Podhale in Poland, famous violin “zlobcoky” which Ždiar produced folk artist Matej Pitoňák collected by his daughter after Ružena Zachvejová Zdiar come and households. The economic part of the restaurant, which was beneficial to previously immaterial to capacity at Ždiar, opened in June 1973. Mala 54 seats. The interior was designed by architect Cuningom of Liptovsky Mikulas. The operator was wearing a stylized work Ždiarska costume called. Šohajda.

Price Includes:

  • English speaking guide
  • Transfers
  • Entry fees
  • Lunch
  • Horse carriage
  • Price does not include.
  • Personal expences
  • Tips

Minimum person of group is 6 people.

The Sightseeing we can organize also from the other cities. Also for different numbers of the groups. Prices might be different. Please do not hesitate to contact us.

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