Combine a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Vlkolinec with a tour of the High Tatras on this full-day private excursion from Bratislava. Transportation via train and private vehicle from Bratislava included.
Full-day private tour to the High Tatras and Vlkolinec from Bratislava
Visit a local sheep farm, Strecno Castle, a glacial lake, and other area highlights
Meet your private guide at the Bratislava train station prior to your train's 7:55 a.m. departure. Climb aboard and watch the scenery stream by on the way to the village of Zilina.
Meet your private guide/driver and begin a car journey through quaint Slovak villages. Stop at a traditional sheep farm, where you will get the chance to taste some Slovak specialties before moving on to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vlkolinec, famous for its wooden houses.
Travel into the High Tatras and visit the former glacial lake of Strbske Pleso, then make a stop at Strecno Castle overlooking the River Vah, Slovakia's longest river.
Return to Bratislava the way you came. This private tour ensures personalized attention and a flexible itinerary.
7.55am - train from Bratislava to Zilina
10.41am - arrival to Zilina - car transfer to sheep farm - approx. 1hr - car transfer to Vlkolinec village - approx. 20mins - car transfer to the Strbske pleso - approx. 45mins - car transfer to Strecno - 1,5hrs - train transfer to Bratislava from Zilina - appox. 2hrs
Reviews by Viator travelers
This was the highlight of our trip...
, Dec 2016
This was the highlight of our trip to Slovakia! We loved being able to see small towns, eat in typical local restaurants, see the countryside and just explore places we would not see elsewhere. Our guide spoke perfect English and was very knowledgeable about the area and its history. I would definitely recommend taking this tour if you like getting off the beaten path and exploring new things.