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Lukas J wrote a review Jan 2020
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I like Ľadový dom. It's something you don't see every day and it was beautiful. But it is something only for a few minutes. I was there two times and don't regret it.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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poshie2017 wrote a review Apr 2019
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Don’t miss it if you’re nearby but don’t go out of your way. It’s a huge ice sculpture but you can’t fully walk around it. Entrance is free. Different sculptures every year.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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GillianSP wrote a review Jan 2019
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We travelled up on the Cable car. The area was beautiful, with plenty of room for sledging as well as checking out the ice sculpting. The cathedral was contained within a huge canvas igloo which was colder inside than the air outside! I understand that the Cathedral is slightly different every year. It certainly is worth going to see. I particularly liked the bears which had been placed around the outside of the Cathedral - some of them attempting to "climb" the columns. Very apt for the area. There was a second igloo with ice sculptures completed by entrants from various neighbouring countries, and several ice chairs or thrones outside for photo ops. We were there on a sunny day and you could also see for miles.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Barbara S wrote a review Nov 2018
Krakow, Poland1513 contributions136 helpful votes
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The temple is not big, but it's worth a visit. Every year it gets reconstructured. In season 2018/2019 it's been rebuilt as la Basilica Papale di San Pietro. It's easily accessiible by the cable car, which runs every half an hour and costs 11 EUR (adult - discounts possible). It does not take much time to visit the temple, about 15 minutes, but around there is a nice path in Tatra mountains. One of the itineraries leads to waterfalls - it's a walk of 30-60-90 min - depends on your stamina.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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rstankie wrote a review Apr 2018
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Hrebienok. Sculptures and even the whole chapel made of ice - amazing and breathtaking. Easily accessible with mountain cablecar. You can go down, back to Smokovec, enjoying sledging. Available for rent at Smokovec at the station (guaranteed) as well as at the upper station in Hrebienok.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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