Spectacular Slovakia #3: Unexpected hiking (Enjoy Bratislava's greenery)

In Slovakia, you can hike in the capital city. Listen to the latest episode of our travel podcast to find out more.

In this week’s episode of the Spectacular Slovakia podcast, the latest addition to our range of travel-related products , Hannah Falchuk, who recently returned to Slovakia as an English teacher within the Fulbright Programme, remembers last summer in Bratislava.

Is theSlovak capital really one of the greenest cities in the world? What are the best places to go when you need to escape the urban rush? Listen to the podcast to discover that Bratislava is as good for a city break as it is for some light hiking. Hannah will also give you a secret tip on making a childhood dream come true.

Spectacular Slovakia travel podcast is the latest addition to our range of travel-related products. This programme is part of The Slovak Spectator subscription and our readers are receiving it every Thursday morning as part of their subscription.

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