Slovakia’s high Tatras snow-capped mountains are widely recognized as a symbol of national identity of the country. Included as a biosphere reserve among the UNESCO programmes, and declared National Park since after World War II, Tatra mountains have breath-taking slopes, dense forests, winding rivers, calm lakes, cave formations and a number of therapeutic mineral springs.
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Nowadays, Tatras are well known as one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe, offering a wide range of opportunities for outdoor activities or relaxation, summer hiking, cycle tourism and boasting several skiing resorts.
Thanks to their location, charming chalets and apartments set directly on the mountains’ slopes, surrounded by the idyllic scenery of the Tatras, offer unforgettable views and pleasant relaxation in the heart of nature.
“Tatra’s house prices are expected to rise, as property demand, both from local and foreign investors, has proven to be strong.”Raffaello MarchettiTatra Mountains specialist