The biggest Slovak ski resort, Jasná Nízke Tatry, has been prepared for Euro since before the beginning of the winter season and marketing director Katarína Šarafínová commented,
„Ski pass prices have been calculated in Euros rather than the old Slovak korunas since the beginning of the new season. We are fully prepared for it and there will be no price increases in accommodation or skipasses."
Prices won't change either in the second biggest ski resort in Liptov region, Ski Park Ružomberok. Marketing manager Tomáš Gazdarica confirmed small natural changes when rounding the price of ski passes, but the price will remain the same overall.
Ján Blcháč, mayor of town Liptovský Mikuláš and chairman of the Board of Directors of Klaster Liptov commented,
"The arrival of the Euro is welcomed in Liptov. The new currency will mean simplification for holiday makers, because for services provided to them they may pay in their domestic currency. Those visitors whose country did not implement Euro yet, have one worry less with remaining coins which they did not manage to spend during their holiday."
Liptov is the biggest natural playground in Slovakia, a region between High and Low Tatras.