Since September, the water park of Tatralandia has been occupied by a group of deaths who came to enjoy the wedding of señorita Conchita and señor Pedro Muerta. For more details, please click HERE. On Saturday night, unique Halloween decoration made by graphic artist Jaroslav Čech will come to life to create background for something very special. Water park guests will be encouraged by a wedding agent to become part of a wedding story once they enter the park. The agent will be there to find out whose side individual wedding guests are on, if they are dead or alive. Funny but terrifying employees of the hysterical agent will be joined by a zombie messenger boy and a dead chambermaid. The original performance with theatre elements continues once the park visitors put their swimwear on. When walking from the lockers to the pools, they will be decorated as wedding guests and offered a “bloody” welcome drink. The engagement of Conchita and Pedro will be truly stylish – loud and hosted in pools. The programme will begin with a drummer show of the Campana Batucada wedding band. The wedding guests will witness a very atypical proposal, see how the bride will choose her wedding dress, experience a fashion show in a pool and watch great-grandfather Wikipedio join the wedding dance, which means the dead bride will have a lot to deal with. The wedding itself will culminate with merciful death that will close the whole non-traditional ceremony so that all wedding guests can enjoy the wedding reception and giving of presents. Besides actor´s performances, children can look forward to creative workshops with animators and attractive dance lessons. The mysterious atmosphere of Tatralandia at night will be emphasised by illuminated Halloween decorations and a special “horrifying tower” with lots of effects.
The scary evening is ideal for families with children and all fans of night swimming who will be spending a long weekend in the region of Liptov. Besides competitions and creative workshops, Noche Misterio will be also about thematic culinary specialities served in the Paradiso restaurant and a lot of fun in summer temperatures of the Tropical Paradise. All age groups can enjoy adrenalin on water slides and Hawaiian surf waves as well as relaxation in pools with thermal water or the Celtic sauna world. For more details about the event, please click HERE.
Tatry mountain resorts, a.s. (TMR) is the leader in tourism in Central and Eastern Europe; it owns and operates attractive mountain resorts, amusement parks, restaurant facilities, sports services, shops and hotels. In the Low Tatras TMR owns and operates the resort Jasná Nízke Tatry and hotels Wellness hotel Grand Jasná, Boutique Hotel Tri Studničky, Chalets Jasná De Luxe, Hotel Srdiečko, and Hotel Rotunda. TMR is also the owner of Aquapark Tatralandia, the largest Slovak aquapark with year-round operation, which besides water entertainment includes Tropical Paradise, a special tropical indoor hall with sea water, as well as Fun Park, and accommodation in bungalows and apartments of Holiday Village Tatralandia. In the High Tatras TMR owns and operates the resort Vysoké Tatry with mountain areas of Tatranská Lomnica, Starý Smokovec, and Štrbské Pleso, which TMR co-manages. In the High Tatras TMR also owns hotels Grandhotel Praha Tatranská Lomnica, Grandhotel Starý Smokovec, Hotel FIS Štrbské Pleso and Mountain hotel Hrebienok. TMR also owns a 9.5 % share in Melida, a.s., which leases and operates the resort Špindlerův Mlýn in the Czech Republic. In Poland TMR owns a 97% share in the mountain resort Szczyrkowski Ośrodek Narciarski S.A. (SON), a 75% share in a company that owns and operates Silesian Amusement Park (Śląskie Wesołe Miasteczko) and a 7.3% share in an amusement-educational project via the Polish company Korona Ziemi Sp. z.o.o. TMR also owns and leases hotels Slovakia, Kosodrevina, Liptov and Ski&Fun Záhradky a Bungalovy to third parties. By the end of 2015 EUR 206 mil. had been invested into development and modernisation of TMR’s resorts. TMR shares are traded on three European stock exchanges – in Bratislava, Prague, and Warsaw.