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Čičmany Traditional Village

Authorised motorhome parking day or night - no services


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Čičmany, Žilina, Žilinský kraj, Slovakia, 013 15

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Čičmany is a traditional Slovak village with old wooden houses that are elaborately painted with traditional designs.
Campers are allowed at this small and quiet parking area at the end of the village. It may also be possible to have a larger motorhome here, but would need to park parallel to the road.
There is also a tiny ski resort nearby.





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Review by: jilly
Visit date: Jul 2019
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
As Wendy says lovely village to visit to see the painted houses we eat at the wooden design restaurant just a short walk from the parking 16 euros for a meal with drinks. There was a porta loo at the parking and wooden picnic table and chairs. We had a quite night here but were woken by a group of people having some sort of meeting at the picnic table which we had parked very close to. There is also some sort of anousment coming from speakers not sure what that was about.
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Review by: wendyogden
Visit date: Jun 2019
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
A piece of land at the start/end of the village. No facilities. This is a lovely little village with traditional painted houses. There is a musuem which costs 3 euros for the tour, however if there are Slovakian people on the tour this will be done in slovak language. There is information about the village/culture in English. There are a few places to eat. Well worth a visit.
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