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This Family Log Cabin Is Just Gorgeous

    The Zrubova Panorama Family is a beautiful log home with a sauna you will love. It is located in Habovka. This vacation rental features a patio, as well as parking for guests. On nice days, guests can enjoy the outdoor fireplace of the chalet or simply relax. The chalet features a deck with views of the mountains. The chalet has 5 bedrooms, two living rooms, a TV with flat screen, a kitchen equipped with a microwave and dishwasher, and four bathrooms with walk-in showers. In the log cabin, you will find towels and sheets. A stove and a place for sitting are also included. The log cabin guests can go hiking around Habovka. Grills and picnic areas are available in the complex. Orava Castle is located 27 km and Aquapark Tatralandia 32 km from Zrubova Chata Panorama Family. Poprad-Tatry Airport (90 km) is the closest airport to Zrubova Chata Panorama Family.

    Habovka lies in the Zilina Region. It is a wonderful place to visit because it has so many things to do and see. The third largest region in Slovakia is Zilina. Climbers come from around the globe to climb the beautiful hills, valleys, rivers and streams in the northern part. Zilina is the site of many events. Sports that were famous in the region and around the globe. Zilina is located in central Slovakia and is known as a place that makes things. It has a cute, walking-friendly downtown area. The Mala Fatra mountain range surrounds it. Zilina did not have a great time in 19th century. In only 40 years, Zilina was destroyed twice by fire and an earthquake in 1858.

    Due to these problems, the city center has a nice Neoclassical design from the end 19th century. Wooden houses have been replaced with stone homes. So, streets like National Trieda or the spacious room of St. Mary’s Square seem very grand. On the opposite side of the Vah, Budatin Castle offers a postcard-perfect view. The castle has recently reopened its museum and is located in a picturesque area.

    The Buda Castle. The castle was built around the year 1200 to collect tolls where the Vah River and Kysuca River meet. The building was owned only by two families from the 15th century until the end of World War II: the Sunogs, and then the Csakys. Over the years, it has been transformed into a Renaissance-style house in the 16th century and then again in the 1800s when it was damaged by the Austrian Empire Revolutions of 1848. It was closed for the majority of the last decade as it was repaired, but has now started to reopen. You can now climb the tower to see the church and the museum inside.