Chris Togneri

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Spectacular Slovakia travel writer

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The Communist-era architecture of Petržalka isn't so bad. It is, at least, more attractive than the American strip mall. 5. Jan 2021, at 6:01
Brhlovce
The rock dwellings are Brhlovce’s main attraction. 10. Nov 2020, at 1:38
Sklené Teplice
Here‘s what can happen while hiking from Banská Štiavnica to Sklené Teplice. 3. Nov 2020, at 2:30
Špania dolina
A hiker’s heaven and a show-case for folk architecture with well-preserved miners’ houses. 20. Oct 2020, at 1:53
Banská Bystrica
A beautiful old town, majestic mountains and a war museum. 13. Oct 2020, at 1:22
Štúrovo
Esztergom boasts of both an enormous basilica and a popular aquapark. 29. Sep 2020, at 1:49
Komárno
Europe Place is the embodiment of Komárno‘s pro-European attitude. 22. Sep 2020, at 1:25
Skalica
Skalica is the most unjustly overlooked city in Slovakia with mediaeval architecture, original pastry and good wine. 15. Sep 2020, at 1:20
Beckov
The remains of the castle are perched high atop a 100-metre cliff. 8. Sep 2020, at 2:11
Piešťany
The most famous spa town in Slovakia has attracted visitors for more than two millennia. 1. Sep 2020, at 2:25
Čachtice Castle
Erzsébet Báthory was a barbaric torturer who drained virgin girls of their blood and then bathed in it. 14. Jul 2020, at 6:02
Bojnice
A fairy-tale castle with peach-coloured outer walls and impressive neo-gothic turrets, Bojnice castle is a Slovak jewel. 7. Jul 2020, at 6:02
Trenčín in 2002
The prettiest of Slovakia’s big cities is home to the grandest castle in the country. 30. Jun 2020, at 6:02
Topolčianky
The manor house where all the most important Czechoslovak figures stayed. 23. Jun 2020, at 6:02
Uhrovec
The place where two of Slovakia’s most significant historical figures were born. 16. Jun 2020, at 6:00
Nitra in 2002
Nitra will always be one of the most important Slovak cities and tourist attractions for one simple reason: It was the first Slovak city. 9. Jun 2020, at 6:00
Bratislava in 2002 and today
Old and new, revered and jeered, the Slovak capital is a fascinating - if not always lovely - mixture of culture and history. Zuzana Habšudová contributed to this article3. Jun 2020, at 14:09