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Located in green surroundings 3.7 mi from the center of the picturesque city of Brezno, the Rohozna hotel offers you a relaxing stay on the foothills of the Low Tatras. The guy who welcomed and attended us at the restaurant was very kind. Breakfast was very good!
Retro Apartment is set in Brezno. Guests may enjoy the free WiFi throughout the property. The apartment includes 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom with a shower, a seating area, and a kitchen with a fridge. Cosy flat on the ground floor. We enjoyed the retro design - it will especially appreciate those who remember 70's/80's in Czechoslovakia :)
Penzion Eka in Brezno is 1640 feet away from the Myto pod Dumbierom Ski Resort, and 4.9 feet from Tale Ski Area, offering free WiFi and free on-site parking. The accommodation is very easy to find on the main road only a few minute drive from the cable car at Chopok Juh. It was very tidy and had everything you could need to enjoy your stay. The host was friendly and welcoming. Perfect place to relax after a day of skiing/snowboarding or hiking.
I was there for the World Youth/Junior Biathlon Championships, so made daily trips up to Osrblie for races (20 mins away). The snow was almost gone; just enough man-made to hold the races, so my plans to have a ski holiday in conjunction with the races and using Brezno as my base pretty much fell through. There seemed to be very little to do in Brezno itself in late February in a low-snow, rainy season; wandered around the main town centre a bit, but the town seemed very quiet. Went for a 45 min. guided cave walk about 15 mins. out of town, which I'd recommend.
From Brezno there is a quick and easy access to beautiful Muranska planina (plain, valley). Very pretty mountainous area of Slovakia. Otherwise there is not much reason to stay in Brezno itself. In the town there is a big gipsy population living as well, which sadly does not add onto very positive feel about the town.
Small quiet town. Close to this town, there is a steam railway, Ciernohronska zeleznica, that was used in the past to bring mainly the wood. Nowadays it is a museum with nice small trains. Check for steam or diesel engine, as the steam engine was not running all day. During my visit the steam engine was running around noon. If you want to hike, there is mountain Polana and the ridge of Low Tatras.
The city is a very small one, with not much to do except a main square with some bars and cafes. There are two restaurants that close at 9, so make sure you get yourself something to bite before searching for stores (which also close fast). If I were to plan my trip again, I would pick a different stopping point than this city.
Brezno has a nice old city centre and some good and reasonably priced restaurants. All the big supermarkets are there and a small market place. It is close to Cierny Balog where the narrow gauge logging trains run pulled by 100 year old steam engines or more modern diesel engines. You can also visit the beautiful Salas Zbojska sheep farm where you get superb meals in their restaurant, and Lupca castle, as they are also not too far away. We went back to Cierny Balog three times to ride on three different trains along three different lines and loved it.
The guy who welcomed and attended us at the restaurant was very kind. Breakfast was very good!
Good price of the room for one night.