With the city preparing to impose city-wide car parking restrictions, the character of Bratislava is about to change.
This week, Slovakia marks 75 years since the Slovak National Uprising. But what was the SNP, and what is its significance?
Getting treated in the Slovak public health care system is never less than an adventure. Some of the surprises are tiresome; many are just odd.
Some level of disbelief greets my reports that Slovaks typically dine out on a hearty two-course meal every weekday lunchtime.
The poorly attended circus that is the European elections is about to come to town. Enjoy the show – but don’t expect too much of the performers.
Anna and James have tried Bratislava’s yellow bikes. How do they work for tourists?
Bratislava’s current bike sharing scheme is something of a curate’s egg: good in parts.
The southeast of Slovakia is the heaven of caves - and some piquant 19th-century gossip.
As the Brexit process lumbers on, the British seem disinclined to take heed of anyone’s views. But Slovakia could offer some advice – and even solace.
Šariš: There’s a lot of Slovakia east of Prešov and Košice.
The imminence of a presidential election can mean only one thing: the season of cliché and dog-whistles is upon us.
Everyone has been to Devín at one time or another.
Košice and Prešov make for a very different tourist experience than western Slovakia.
Even though Christmas seems to come earlier every year, the markets in Bratislava are something to look forward to.
Where is Brezová pod Bradlom and why should you visit it in 2018? Listen to our travel podcast to find out.
Listen to the first episode of our travel podcast, with tips on how to make the best of your trip to Bratislava.
What does this country stand for? Slovaks could – and should – shout a little louder about what they have achieved, and where they want to go.