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The Slovak landscape is noted primarily for its mountainous nature, with the Carpathian Mountains extending across most of the northern half of the country. Amongst them are the high peaks of the Tatra mountains, where High Tatras are a popular skiing destination and home to many scenic lakes and valleys as well as the highest point in Slovakia, the Gerlachovský stít at 2,655 metres (8,711 ft). Lowlands are found in the southwestern (along the Danube) and southeastern parts of Slovakia. Major Slovak rivers, besides the Danube, are the Váh and the Hron.
The Slovak climate is temperate, with relatively warm summers and cold, cloudy and humid winters.
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In case of an emergency, call 112 - universal emergency number. For police especially, call 158, ambulance 155 and firefighters 150. When visiting mountain areas of Slovakia, especially the High Tatra, people use to inform hotel personnel of their trip plans, so that rescuers can be sent to find them if they do not return to the hotel. Also, when visiting High Tatras, contact local mountain rescue service of your intent, they may even provide you with a safety guidelines. BEWARE, weather in High Tatras is prone to sudden changes, especially during spring and autumn.
The 2006 film Hostel is an American work of fiction, and there are no documented cases of tourists being kidnapped and tortured in Slovakia. It is considered a safe travel destination for all tourists, as is much of Europe.