Railway enthusiasts offered tourists a ride on the historical train between Zvolen and Banská Bystrica in May 21.
Stanislav Rajnoha, a businessman from Banská Bystrica, needed 12 years of arranging, 14 years of work and about €5 million from his pocket to reconstruct the water castle in Hronsek.
While developers plan to build a new city centre with a park and beach, activists call for saving water-sport traditions.
Festival Panorama Europe in New York every year offers a selection of the most outstanding European movies of various genres, and this year it included the drama Čistič (The Cleaner) of Slovak director Peter Bebjak.
Tips for performances, exhibitions and other events in the Slovak regions between May 27 and June 5, including food festival, classical music, outdoor events, dance, opera and concert, exchange and more.
Two Slovak films have been selected to compete for the “European Oscar”: Eva Nová was nominated as feature film and Colours of Sand as documentary, both by the Slovak Film and Television Academy (SFTA).
FIDELIO, the only opera written by Beethoven, does not belong among the “musts” of opera houses but it is an interesting part of repertories of most of them. To the Slovak National Theatre (SND), it returns after…
Tips for performances, exhibitions and other events in the capital between May 27 and June 5, including a Slovak folklore, premieres and derniere, concerts, party, classical and rock music, design, discussion,…
The festival called Nová drama/New Drama is not just a selection of theatre pieces premiered in Slovakia in 2015; but also a competition that saw its winners announced.
Makerstown is the first event of its kind, bringing together businesses and European policymakers.
The 12th year of the popular Night of Museums and Galleries opened the doors of institutions around Slovakia until midnight and drew many visitors.
THE FIRST smiths appeared in Slovakia sometime in the 12th or 13th century, and some of the last could be found around the mid-20th century.
Paulo Coelho, a legendary writer, flew to Prague to celebrate life during the feast of St. Joseph, which he has been doing for years, and with a desire to meet the mysterious painter of his past, Slovak native Ivan…
Spiš Museum recalled the 65th anniversary of its foundation in mid-May with the opening of the Dardanely summer-house of the mansion in Markušovce.
Born in Slovakia, then working in Czechoslovakia and Germany, Herz recently published his memoir Autopsy. The Sme daily addressed Herz in connection with his book, which he recently presented in Bratislava.
Tips for performances, exhibitions and other events in the Slovak regions between May 20 and 29, including parties, concerts and vintage cars, summer festival, folklore course, historical re-enactment, a restaurant…
Tricklandia, a project in Starý Smokovec in the High Tatras, combines an amusement park with a family-type art gallery.
The Restaurant Day taking place on May 21 will offer various activities for visitors, including dishes cooked by refugees and desserts served by live books.
Tips for performances, exhibitions and other events in the capital between May 20 and 29, including a museum night, concerts, party, classical and folk music, jazz night, design, sculpture works, festivals and more.
For the third year, but for the first time as only an operatic and dance festival, Eurokontext brings European performing art to Bratislava.