Which side to drive on? What are the speed and blood alcohol limits? What are the road conditions like and what about the drivers in Slovakia?
Manín Gorge (Manínska tiesňava) designated as a national nature reserve in 1967, is a limestone valley between Veľký and Malý Manín Mt.
Donovaly is a village in the Banská Bystrica Region of central Slovakia at an elevation of 960 m (3,150 ft) above the sea level. Being situated in an important pass between the mountains of Veľká Fatra and Starohorské vrchy, on the route connecting Banská Bystrica with Ružomberok, it became a prominent centre of winter and summer sports.
Čertovica is a mountain pass in the Low Tatras mountain range in Slovakia. It connects regions of Liptov and Horehronie.
Kráľova hoľa is the highest mountain (1,946 m) of the eastern part of the Low Tatras in central Slovakia.
Dukliansky priesmyk is a strategically significant mountain pass in the Laborec Highlands of the Outer Eastern Carpathians, on the border between Poland and Slovakia, and close to the western border of Ukraine, at an elevation of 502m above the sea level.
Forest asphalted road, winding uphill to Popradske Pleso, a lake in Prešov Region, northern Slovakia, located at an elevation of 1494m above the sea level.
Roads in Slovakia typically are safe and well maintained. Four-lane highways exist in and around Bratislava. However, most roads outside of developed areas are two lanes only, and aggressive drivers attempting to pass at unsafe speeds pose a serious hazard. Due to poor lighting and narrow, winding roads, we do not recommend nighttime driving outside of built-up areas.
Unsealed short mountain road, with a length of 14.1km, in iLevoča District in the Prešov Region of central-eastern Slovakia. It’s a a curvy mountainous road which rarely permit speeds over 30km/h.
Velické pleso is a high mountain lake, at an elevation of 1,670 m above the sea level, located in the High Tatras Mountains, northern Slovakia in the Prešov Region.
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Route 533 is a collection of hairpins, with a length of 23.5km, located in the Košice Region of central-eastern Slovakia. This asphalted road links Hnilec and Gemerská Poloma.