The town of Ružomberok is situated on the confluence of the rivers Váh and Revúca in the western part of Liptov basin on the landmark of Slovak mountain ranges – the Great Fatra, the Choč Mountains and the Low Tatras.
Ružomberok offers many places of interest. Go up the stairs to Town Hall and directly beneath the town centre you can see the Mausoleum of Andrej Hlinka, the Roman Catholic St Andrew’s church, the Gallery of Ludovit Fulla, Liptov Museum, restaurants, cafes, entertainment, shopping centre.
For lovers of art galleries and museums the town offers Liptov Museum with a permanent exhibition of photographs, exhibits and artifacts from the Liptov region, the Scouting Museum, the Gallery of Ludovit Fulla – one of the extraordinary Slovak artists.
After urban sightseeing you can get to nature in a while. Journey to the east will take you to water dam Liptovská Mara, GINO PARADISE Bešeňová. The road to the south to the wooden village Vlkolínec – UNESCO World Heritage Site, the way west to Ružomberok – Malinô Brdo, sheds and the road north to the ruins of the castle Likava and the Choč hill (1611 m).