Klaus von Klitzing is coming to Slovakia.
Social & business event about all women in business, female professionals and entrepreneurs.
Our paranoias have come to life. Surveillance of journalists is unacceptable in a democracy.
The history of the April celebrations dates back to the 13th century.
Apart from technology novelties, visitors will find the biggest game zone on the Danube embankment.
The turnout was among the lowest in the EU in recent years.
People who followed journalists for Kočner are trying to rid themselves of guilt.
Bratislava’s current bike sharing scheme is something of a curate’s egg: good in parts.
It is crucial to be sensitive in our perception, a lecturer says.
Images from the history of the Sme daily: Karol Ježík, the first editor-in-chief.
The system is offered by 12 Foreigners' Police departments across Slovakia.
Trade barriers between Slovakia and Japan should be removed, the PMs agreed. He also met with his counterparts from the V4 countries.
Slovaks should reconsider travelling to the island at least until the situation there calms down.
Slovakia’s Agriculture Ministry welcomed the change, calling it a victory.
Slovak tool helping shy people speak out at public events used around the world.
The alternative taxi service was forced to leave last March.
Will the state of biomedical research trigger reactions at least half as passionate as Bratislava's parking policy?
Martin Kardoš of CSI Leasing introduces the Mentor Network Program aimed at pairing young talents with experienced mentors from the business world.
Slovakia has been part of the alliance for 15 years this April.
The list was conducted by CNN.
The novelty of this year is free entrance to the Historical Museum at Bratislava Castle.
Saunas, šulance and a little bit of snow: springtime in the Tatras is glorious.
The finders called the preservationists and are eligible to the 100 percent finder's fee.
This is what “Slovakia” tulips look like.
Kunerad Castle in the Žilina Region has burned down twice in eight years, and Krásna Hôrka is still undergoing construction seven years after burning.
In videos, they tell fans from abroad that Slovakia has much to offer.
It will be accessible for both professional cyclists and amateurs.
Tickets are already on sale.