Spectacular Slovakia #4: In the footsteps of Štefánik

Where is Brezová pod Bradlom and why should you visit it in 2018? Listen to our travel podcast to find out.

In October, Czechs and Slovaks will mark 100 years since their first common state, the Czechoslovak Republic, emerged. If you want to learn more about this important historical event and travel back in time, Brezová pod Bradlom is a good place for a trip. Spectacular Slovakia author James Thomson tells listeners why they should go there and explains what one of the peculiar delicacies of Slovak cuisine is all about.

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