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International Women's Club in Bratislava
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AmCham Independence Day

International Women's Club in Bratislava

The women's club holds their Weekly Coffee Morning every Tuesday at Hotel Danube from 10:30 till 13:00. All are invited. Tel: 5934 0000


Austrian Embassy

Irene Colin and Klaus Haberl will read you humorous stories by Arthur Schnitzler depicting the turbulent relations between men and women, accompanied by Richard Graf on guitar. June 29 at the Mozart Hall of the Austrian Embassy, Ventúrska 10, at 18:00. Tel: 5443 2985.


AmCham Independence Day

On Friday, June 30, from 18:00 to 22:30, the American Chamber of Commerce in the Slovak Republic cordially invites you to its 4th of July celebration with live music, fireworks, wine, beer, hamburgers and a jungle gym for the kids, in the park next to Hradná vináreň (on the grounds of the Bratislava Castle). Tickets are available at the AmCham office for 300 Sk, and cost 350 Sk at the door; kids under 12 years are admitted for 100 Sk, kids under 3 years-old get in free.

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President Kiska uses train for first time Photo

After criticism from coalition MPs for flying and a troublesome car trip, Slovak President Kiska to commute to Bratislava by international train, boarding it in his hometown of Poprad.

President Kiska gets off the IC train in Bratislava.