A TV PROGRAMME IN ENGLISH COVERING THE TRAVELS OF AMERICAN JOURNALIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER AMANDA RIVKIN (VIDEO INCLUDED)

Slovakia in 42 days: Košice City

The new tourist destination, the metropolis of the East, but also its position as the European Capital of Culture 2013 is a chance to experience the historical and cultural diversity – but also the contrast of Romathan and Luník IX.

The new tourist destination, the metropolis of the East, but also its position as the European Capital of Culture 2013 is a chance to experience the historical and cultural diversity – but also the contrast of Romathan and Luník IX.

A TV programme in English covering the travels of American journalist and photographer Amanda Rivkin, who is discovering Slovakia for the 15th edition of the guide Spectacular Slovakia.

Chapters of the programme:
Bratislava
Banská Bystrica Region
Prešov Region
Košice City
Košice Region
Romathan
Žilina Region
Bratislava Region
Nitra Region
Trenčín and Trnava Region

The Slovak Spectator annually invites a different foreign journalist to travel around Slovakia and write the guide. The Spectacular Slovakia guide for the season 2010/2011 will be on sale at the website Petitshop.sme.sk or spectator.sk as of September 13.

The TV programme is prepared in cooperation with TV.SME

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