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Bratislava mayor opens city's stall at tourism fair in Vienna

Slovakia's capital is presenting itself for the first time at Austria's biggest tourism fair. Its exhibition stand at the Ferien-Messe Wien trade fair being held at Vienna's expo arena was officially opened by Mayor of Bratislava Milan Ftáčnik on Thursday, January 13, the TASR newswire reported.

Slovakia's capital is presenting itself for the first time at Austria's biggest tourism fair. Its exhibition stand at the Ferien-Messe Wien trade fair being held at Vienna's expo arena was officially opened by Mayor of Bratislava Milan Ftáčnik on Thursday, January 13, the TASR newswire reported.

Among other things, the stand invites people to visit Bratislava for Slovakia's top event this year – the Ice-hockey World Championship taking place in Bratislava and Košice in late April and early May. At the official stand in the arena's Hall A, the city's promoters are also distributing leaflets and brochures providing information on historical sights and various cultural events in the Slovak capital. The trade fair continues until January 16.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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