Photogallery: Tourist Walks In Sulov Hills
Tourist Walks In Sulov Hills
heading (paragraph): Hills
No. of pictures: 17 pictures
Sulov Hills, including its surrounding mountain ranges, are very popular with all nature lovers as well as with mushroom-picklers. You can find there many tourist trails, offering wonderful views on many places. Maybe, this picture gallery could inspire you that you could visit just this region of Slovakia and enjoy there, having a relax, in nature nucleus, far from everyday busy hunt.
In this photo-gallery, you can admire a walk from Vršatec in direction to Lednica Castle and further towards Sulov Hills.
Text: O. Kubáčková
Photo: Jozef Krkošek
Extensive ruin of Lietava Castle is to be found at the border of Sulov Hills and Rajčianka-torrent Valley. The ruins are situated between Žilina and Rajecké Teplice, inside cadastre of the community of the same name (Lietava). It is popular place, visited by tourists. They are rewarded, after their mounting upstairs, with marvelous outlook around surrounded countryside.
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This autumn is perfect for tourism. Discover it with family or friends and enjoy autumn nights in the open air. With the right equipment, such as comfortable and functional clothing, sturdy shoes and a quality sports backpack, unforgettable experiences await you.
The Žilina region is located in the north of central Slovakia and combines the beauty of pure nature and unique places. It is one of the most popular tourist locations in Slovakia, thanks to the presence of four national parks and three protected landscape areas.
Last week we took a look at Žilina, invited you to nature and recommended one of the most important events in the region. Today, wanderings in the footsteps of the Templars, a ride along the Castle Cycle Route, winter hiking in the Súľov Hills or exploring the folk heritage await you.
After last walk in the town of Mosovce we visited sights, family houses, or an English park. Today we follow the steps of locals, visit one beautiful nature trail, and take a peak on trips to beautiful surroundings of the town.
Turciany village, as a part of the region of Turca is being called, hides many natural beauties, folk traditions, and sights. Today we visit one of the largest villages in Turciany – Mosovce. They offer all three beauties at one place..
Interesting edition called Around Slovakia by Dajama publishing systematically maps the most beautiful and the most interesting routes and places worth visiting. Last week we introduced the Bicycler’s Guide: The Most Beautiful Biking Hills, and today we will tell you about this years’ novelty The Most Beautiful Walk Trips. One of them will win it today.
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Rajecká basin and its surroundings is filled with tourist attractions and amazing places in nature. The town of Rajecké Teplice is well-known for its spa tradition, however, it boasts with other wonders of nature.
The first weekend this year we decided to spend in the mountains. This time we left snowboards at home, and despite the sufficient amount of snow on the slopes, we have tried for change the winter tourism. And I must say, we don’t regret.
After a while, we return to the village of Cicmany famous for its painted timbered houses. In 1977, this was the reason behind declaring it a folk architecture reserve. However, this is not the only interesting thing about this village near the Strazovske Vrchy.
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