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Discover Slovakia and get a chance to win

Summer is here, and it is the greatest time to explore the beauty of Slovakia.

Špania Dolina - Central Slovakia(Source: Dušan Beňo)

We have a special offer for anyone who loves traveling or would like to give a piece of the country to someone special with our SPECTACULAR SLOVAKIA travel guide.

You can now buy Spectacular Slovakia for the special discount price of 11.90 EUR (Slovakia) or 16 USD – (price in USD includes postage within USA).

article_photo(Source: The Slovak Spectator)

If you purchase the Spectacular Slovakia travel guide by the end of July 2017, you will be entered into a raffle to WIN A FREE 2-NIGHT STAY FOR 2 PEOPLE and 3 spa treatments for each at the Spa Hotel Grand Splendid in Piešťany, a famous spa destination in Slovakia.

You can chose any date during 2017 to redeem your prize (travel costs NOT included).

Find your copy of Spectacular Slovakia in our online shop.

Spectacular Slovakia is the unique comprehensive, modern guide to Slovakia in English, presenting the country not only through its architecture and nature but also through its people and stories. The handy, pocket-sized book format makes it easy to carry all the information you need to discover the real Slovakia. The guide includes:

  • a pull-out map of the country
  • more than 1,000 photos
  • close to 500 profiles of cities and monuments
  • 35 aerial drawings of castles, cathedrals and historic centres
  • A suggested 7-day itinerary
  • 22 maps and 32 travel topics

all of which takes readers on a journey through both the celebrated and the undiscovered sights of Slovakia.

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