Towns and villages
The district town currently has about 31,000 inhabitants. It is the economic and cultural center of Lower Liptov with a rich history. The core of the city was protected from socialist construction. It is relatively well preserved and has been declared a heritage reservation.
The local part of Ružomberok at 718 m on the southern rocky slope of the Sidorov hill (1099 m) in the Veľká Fatra mountains above the Revúce valley. The most preserved reservation of folk architecture in Slovakia.
The most visited site of the Low Tatras is the Demänovská Valley, lying south of Liptovsky Mikulas, on the northern slopes of the Low Tatras, which are an extensive mountain system with a main ridge stretching over 82 km east-west, with the highest extremities exceeding the altitude of 2,000 m.
It is situated in Váh in the heart of the Liptovská kotlina, about 3 km from Liptovská Mary, surrounded by the West and the South by the Low Tatras. It is a district town (33,400 inhabitants), a significant administrative, cultural and industrial center of Liptov, a tourism and tourism center with a rich history.
Hornoliptovské městečko at an altitude of 637m was built on the confluence of Bela and Váh below the ridges of the Low Tatras about 10 km from Liptovský Mikuláš towards Poprad. At present, there are about 8,600 people. It is mainly sought after by water-lovers, every year there is water slalom on Bela.
Bešeňová is a small village situated in the center of the attractive tourist region of Liptov, 10 km from the town of Ružomberok and 20 km from Liptovsky Mikulas. It stretches over one kilometer along the longest Slovak river Váh.
The village of Pribylina lies at an altitude of 745 m under the confluence of the Račkov stream with the river Belá. It was founded in 1331. At present, the village has 1350 inhabitants and the cadastre area is 8500 ha. The territory of the Western Tatras, which surrounds the village, has escaped civilization and is situated in beautiful virgin nature rich in forest fruits and mushrooms.
The village of Závažná Poruba, rich in history, is proud of its present day. The center of the village is located at an altitude of 643 meters. Above the village there is the winter sports grounds - Opalisko and in the summer hiking along the marked tourist paths, which are part of the NAPANT National Park. Cultural, social and sporting events are regularly organized on the ground.
Liptovský Ján, due to its location and natural conditions, has the ideal conditions for local trips to nearby or far-reaching surroundings. There are many caves, mineral and thermal springs nearby. Hunters and fishermen will come to their homes.
The village (775 m) in the Liptovska Canyon, 14 km east of Liptovsky Hradok, with preserved folk architecture of log houses, snakes and a party of ethnographic festivals with the Krivan panorama. Written documented from r. 1269, was re-settled during Wallachian colonization in the 15th century.
The most southerly situated village of Liptov Liptovské Revúce is located approximately 20 km from Ruzomberok. Surrounded by the massifs of the Great Fatra, with the local dominant feature of Black Stone and Low Tatras. The River Revúca, flowing through the village, forms the boundary between the territories of these national parks. Revolutions are therefore an ideal starting point for several hiking and biking trails, leading phenomenal and untouched nature, which is definitely worth a try. It does not matter where you go to the world, there are always many possibilities for tourists and will not be ruined by an exclusive tourist experience. Liptovské Revúce can be proud not only with their long history, but the first written comment is in 1233, but also because there are the "best halušky in the world", as there is an annual competition in their cooking and eating.