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Spectacular Slovakia #2: Running and sightseeing in Bratislava

Where to go for a run in Bratislava? Anna Fay shares her tips with active travellers.

In the second episode of the Spectacular Slovakia podcast,Slovak Spectator copy editor Anna Fay shares her tips with active travellers. Where are the best places to run in Bratislava? What is the best way to sightsee and run at the same time? Anna answers these questions and more in our interview.

Read more about running in Bratislava:
Run for fun (including the list of runs taking place in the capital)
Sightseeing at a faster pace

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