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Self-Guided Holidays and Small Group Adventures Europe:  Slovakia

Slovakia offers some of the best walking holidays in Europe, being home to the High Tatras Mountains on its northern border with Poland. Its capital, Bratislava, is a lively metropolis with a fascinating old town.

Utracks Europe offers a range of guided and self-guided tours to help you cycle, walk, barge & ship your way through Slovakia on a small group adventure holiday.

Featured Adventures

Belgrade, Budapest, Vienna Bike and Boat

Experience the Danube between Vienna and Belgrade by bike and boat
10 days |
Introductory to Moderate | Cycling | Cruising | Family Adventures

Danube Cycle

Cycle across three European borders to the romantic city of Budapest
14 days |
Moderate | Cycling

Danube Explorer to Budapest

Journey by bike and ship through Austria and Hungary along the mighty Danube
8 days |
Introductory to Moderate | Cycling | Family Adventures

Hungarian Rhapsody

Cycle from Vienna to Budapest along the Danube cycle path
8 days |
Moderate | Cycling

Slovakia High Tatra Guided Walk

An exhilarating hut to hut hike through the pristine High Tatra mountain range of northern Slovakia
8 days |
Challenging | Inn to Inn Walking

The Danube by Bike & Boat

Explore the highlights of the Danube from Passau to Vienna and Bratislava by bike and boat
8 days |
Introductory to Moderate | Cycling | Cruising | Family Adventures
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The Weather in Slovakia


Slovakia generally experiences for warm summers (with the occasional shower) and cold, snowy winters. 

Our cycling trips run between March to October during the European Spring, Summer & Autumn. The months of June – August are
busy times with temperatures ranging between 5-18 in Spring and Autumn, and 15 - 25 degree Celsius in summer (sometimes higher).

The weather in the High Tatra usually has an element of unpredictability. You can expect a mix of warm sunny days sometimes punctuated by cooler rainy weather. You should always be prepared for sudden changes in weather while you are out on the trail. In September daytime temperatures can range from cool early mornings of 6 - 15 degrees Celsius to warm daytime temperatures of 18 – 25 degrees Celsius. Rainstorms can drop the temperature dramatically, rainy days at lower elevations mean snow at higher elevations. You should take your raingear every day, regardless of the weather conditions when you leave your hut in the morning


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