Margit Bruck-Friedrich first discovered the iconic open-air market, which she adores, on a rainy day.
Only in the podcast, Japan’s Ambassador Makoto Nakagawa reveals what Tokyo and Bratislava have in common.
Israeli Ambassador Boaz Modai fell in love with Slovakia’s capital right away.
Swiss Ambassador Alexander Hoffet on where he walks his dog, favourite spots, and the famous Bratislava rolls.
Barbara Wolf visited Bratislava for the first time in the mid-1990s.
Ambassador Henk Cor van der Kwast cycles with Slovakia's mayors and loves the Slovak capital for its rich music history.
Slovakia’s history is a fascinating story, Canadian Chargé d’affaires John von Kaufmann adds.
UK Ambassador Nigel Baker reminisces about the nineties in Bratislava.
Peter Šinály joined Teach for Slovakia to help transform Slovak education, starting as a teacher in a primary school in Svit.
Andrej Grman transferred from a regular school to the LEAF Academy in Bratislava, hoping to pursue a career in business one day.
US Ambassador Bridget Brink shares what her year in Slovakia has been like since her arrival in August 2019.
Half of the respondents in the latest Focus survey, 50.1 percent, believe foreigners in Slovakia cannot be trusted.
Many fjúžn festival events, including the Umbrella March, are planned in Bratislava despite pandemic restrictions.
Ireland's Ambassador Hilda Ó Riain talks about her life in Bratislava.
Slovaks have not fully embraced diversity yet.
Roma student Daniel Bunda talks about discrimination, role models, changes,and more.
Having first discovered Slovakia thanks to Erasmus, Charles Cimetière returned to popularise rugby.
Gustavo Pizano came to Slovakia over a decade ago.
Some small independent publishers have discovered Slovak stories.
Horehronie villages were booming in the 19th century thanks to the Coburgs.