National park of Pieniny The national park of Pieniny was founded in 1967, it has 3750 hectares and consists of Pieniny and Spisska Magura mountain ranges. The greater part of the Pieniny mountain range is situated in the Polish territory and the Slovak part is in the north of the country.

Cerveny Klastor The biggest attraction for tourist though, is rafting on the Dunajec river on wooden rafts leaving from the historical monument of Cerveny Klastor - the Red Monastery (the monastery of Carhusian order), along 9 km until a small village - Lesnica. From Lesnica it is possible to return to Cerveny Klastor on foot following the tourist path, with the rented bicycles or with the coach.

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