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Now you can understand Slovakia better

The Slovak Spectator broadens media channels with its new multimedia subscription.

The Slovak Spectator is now offering a multimedia subscription, including email, podcast, print newspaper and annual publication.

Every subscriber will receive a special weekly news summary straight to their inbox – not only about business and politics, but also about travel opportunities as well as a selection of the top events organised in Slovakia.

Here is a sample from this week.

Do you commute to work and spend time in traffic jams, public transport or on your bike? As a subscriber, you can listen every Thursday morning to our weekly audio overview of Slovak politics and business.

At the same time, once a month you will receive the print version of our monthly newspaper with more analytical news coverage and special analyses on selected topics on a minimum of 16 pages.

Last but not least, our annual publications remain part of your subscription: the Career & Employment Guide, Investment Advisory Guide and Book of Lists, together more than 200 pages of useful information, analyses, statistics and contact details you can not find anywhere else.

Over more than two decades we have been reporting important news about Slovakia in English. With your subscription you are helping us cover more and remain a source of information that you, our reader, can trust.

Top stories

News digest: Crowd blocks entrance to parliament ahead of vaccine-related vote

The youngest member of the Slovak Olympic team kicks off the games with a personal record. Extensive reconstruction of Bratislava's Michael's Tower launched.


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Pope Francis salutes the crowd as he arrives for the Angelus noon prayer from the window of his studio overlooking St.Peter's Square, at the Vatican, Sunday, July 18, 2021.

Pope's visit to Slovakia a miracle, says church analyst

Pope will meet people in four locations around Slovakia over his three-day visit in September.


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Protest in front of the parliament on July 23, 2021.

Protesters attempted to enter parliament, police intervened with tear gas (updated)

Protests are linked to the expected vote on new vaccination-based Covid measures.


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