Essential information

Getting to High Tatras is possible by many ways. By airplaine, railway, bus, car or bike. The best option depends on where from do you travel from and how much effort you want to spend.



There are four main motorways (all paid) in Slovakia. D1 starts in Bratislava and finishes on the border in Vysne Nemecke. D2 starts in Brodske and finishes in Rusovce. D3 starts in Hricovske Podhradie and ends in Skalite. D4 starts in Kittsee Jarovce and finishes on the border with Austria. The speed limit on them […]


Slovak Lines

Slovak Lines a.s. is the most remarkable provider of passenger road transport services in Slovakia (other than public transport). Nowadays Slovak Lines operates regular passenger transport services on regional, domestic and international routes, as well as contractual transport services for corporates and privates and other special transfers, while providing customers with modern, quality and safe […]


Železničná spoločnosť Slovensko

Železničná spoločnosť Slovensko a.s. (ZSSK) is Slovak state-owned passenger trains operated company, based in Bratislava. Its Information Offices provide information about train connections (arrivals, departures, delays), ticket prices, including discounts and conditions of discounts. Information offices do not sell tickets. However, in some of them you can purchase various railway gifts, travel kits or printed […]


M.R.Štefánik Airport

M. R. Štefánik Airport is located 9 km (5.6 mi) to the north-east from the city center, covering an area of 4.77 km2 (1.84 sq mi). It is located within a one-hour drive of Vienna (Austria), Brno (Czech Republic) and Győr (Hungary), covering a catchment area of four countries. The nearest bigger international airport is […]