Skiing, swimming in thermal pools, visiting museums ...

Ski resorts: Janovky – 0,5 km away from Habovka, Milotín - 0.8 km there is the possibility of night skiing in here; Roháče - Spalena - 8 km. Each ski center has ski lifts for children and a school of skiing and snowboarding.

Museum Zuberec – Brestová – the old village is just four kilometers from Habovka. The museum is located in the beautiful mountain scenery. It is said that this place is one of the most beautiful open-air museums of folk architecture in Europe. It is built on the banks of Oravský River. It functions like a real village from the late 19th century. The museum is especially attractive during the summer. Although, during winter evening walks with lanterns in the company of a guide are organized in here. There are 50 different buildings. In the spring you can admire the craftsmanship typical of the region. The Museum is open all year round.

Orava Castle is the largest tourist attraction in northern Slovakia. The castle is an amazing complex of the royal chambers and halls. There are forts and towers. Visitors will see three doors and a tunnel, where there are underground passages. The castle is a museum with many interesting Orava exposures. It presents the history of medieval and renaissance buildings. Visitors can admire beautiful interiors and visit the prison where torture was carried out. The castle is open all year round.

Bystrianska Cave was declared as a national monument in 1973. It is located on the south-west of the village Bystrá. The length of the cave is over 1 km. Since 1968 it has been possible to see 475 m. The cave consists of two parts: the Old and New Cave. How to get there: 5 minutes walk from the park places (on the southern outskirts of Bystra). Open all year round.

Demänovská Cave of Liberty is on the right side of the valley on the north side of Dolina Demanovksa in Niskie Tatry. It lies in the National Park of Nature of Demänovská Valley in the National Park of Low Tatras. The cave represents morphologically the most varied part of the Demänovský Cave System. It is formed in the Middle Triassic dark-gray Gutenstein limestones of the Krížna Nappe along the tectonic faults by the ancient ponor flow of Demänovka and its side hanging ponor tributaries. The cave stands out by its unbelievable variety of colours and shapes of flowstone fills, unique calcite water lilies and other lacustrine forms of flowstone decoration. The length is 8,126 m with elevation distance of 120 m. Open all year round.

Dobšinská Ice Cave is located in the Karst Spišsko-Gemerskim, within the National Nature Reserve Stratená. It belongs to the most important ice caves in the world. The ice occurs in various forms, and its thickness reaches above 25 m. The cave was discovered by E. Ruffiny - mining engineer and his colleagues in 1870. It was opened to the public in 1871. In 1887, it became the first cave in Europe which was electrically lighted. The entrance is located on the northern slope of Duca - 969.5 m. The cave is 1232 m. It is open all year round.

Thermal pools and water parks, tourists can enjoy a swim in the Aquapark in Tatralandia, Bešeňová, Aquapark in Dolny Kubin and Meander Park Oravice. your social media marketing partner