Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between November 16 and November 25, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year.
Unique project of funny benches lures both locals and tourists to sit near riverbanks.
The Health Ministry conducts survey with the aim of providing foreigners with a better healthcare service.
Nearly 70 percent are afraid of having their personal financial data hacked but they do little to prevent it.
The National Criminal Agency wants to see the accounts of the protest organisers due to a criminal complaint alleging they are paid by George Soros.
The loss of Smer's Jana Vaľová in the mayoral race has become symbolic of the 2018 municipal vote.
The participants in the proceedings broke the law on the protection of economic competition.
The police operation was carried out in cooperation with the Bratislava-based branch of Interpol.
There are about three tonnes near Piešťany. They are hard but still sweet.
People believed that water from holes in the rock near Prešov could heal their diseases.
Slovakia commemorated the centenary of the end of WWI with several events.
This is the first time such charges have been brought.
Other sectors are not faring very well.
The major Spanish daily portrays Slovakia as one of the EU countries with the highest level of gender inequality through the story of Svetlana Fialová.
Trip suitable also for children and seniors.
Inhabitants of Slovak towns and villages have elected their new mayors.
The first Slovak astronomical clock has undergone renovation.
Lecturers are calling for the creation of an independent commission to investigate Danko’s degree.
The German Supreme Court dismissed the original arbitration decision against Slovakia concerning the ban on health-insurance companies’ profits.
Slovak NGO wants to draw attention to the criminalisation of the homeless in Hungary.