Confusing Slovakia and Slovenia is a mistake that occurs even in top politics.
Iranian living in Bratislava founded a group of foreigners performing stand-up comedy in English, for locals and foreigners living in the city.
Mixed marriages are still quite rare among Slovaks compared to elsewhere in the EU. Slovak women are more likely to marry foreigners than Slovak men. Here is why.
Fact-checking does not suffice and it is necessary to work with values young people believe in, says analyst.
It seems as if we do not want skilled scientists to return home, says Dominika Truban, who founded a platform connecting Slovak researchers abroad and at home.
You don’t need to travel far, Slovakia can also be a destination for an offline holiday or a trip to the middle of nowhere.
Tatra nature is slowly changing, both naturally and due to humans.
Ski season has already started, so take a look at what some of the ski resorts have prepared for visitors this year.
A chain around the table legs and waiting for a golden pig. Some old Christmas traditions survive to this day and others have disappeared.
Unique Slovak musical instrument draws attention abroad, also thanks to Czechoslovak expatriate Bob Rychlik.
Many tourists head to Slovakia because of mountain peaks and national parks. Erik Ševčík founded a travel agency that specialises in adventures in nature. Lately, his effort has caught the attention of Luxury Travel…
Free language courses available for foreigners living in the capital.
English pub quizzes found in Bratislava too.
Zero-waste shopping is not an easy undertaking in Slovakia, but shops following the idea have recently emerged and are slowly gaining popularity.
Author of several physical course books and co-founder of the Centre for the Popularisation of Physics says nature sciences open many doors for those who study them.
They took third place at World Cup.
Sticking someone’s head into a bucket of excrement was one way the communists treated clerics.