The exhibition reveals the secret of the Turk and it was not the legless chess player hidden inside.
Five different examples of US investments in Slovakia.
Let’s taste the local specialty, burčiak, a slightly fermented grape juice at vinobranie.
Visitors can enjoy kayaking, rafting and as well as surfing near Bratislava
The labour force shortage is also an issue for members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Slovakia.
While the Justice Ministry claims it is only ironing out the bugs, some critics fear the law will lose its teeth.
Today, there is a street named after the US president, a commemorative plaque, his bust as well as a book and film inspired by those turbulent times.
Renovated industrial buildings reward people with good energy and a special atmosphere not found in any new building.
The remnants of normalisation and its mentality have left traces on the people of this country, preventing Slovakia from becoming a more developed civil society, says historian.
Corruption remains to be a problem, companies say.
Seven different stories of German investments in Slovakia.
New legislation keeps a controversial tariff paid by electricity producers
The oldest water sports club in Slovakia organises a kayak school for the public.
Possible increase of tariffs on European cars imported to the US would hurt Slovakia
The historical town hall in Bratislava’s Prievoz from the Functionalism period will be restored
Paintings, archive wine and vintage cars also appeal to Slovak investors
Bratislava offers a range of ice cream shops offering traditional as well as innovative flavours like pineapple with radish shoots or violet.
The popularity of outdoor cinemas is increasing in Bratislava
The versatile athlete Imi Lichtenfeld finally has a memorial plaque in the Slovak capital.
Souvenir banknotes have become a collectors’ phenomenon in Slovakia.