Spectacular Slovakia #6: In Slovak spas, don’t worry when they call a doctor

How to prepare for a visit to Slovak spas? Don Stoll and Pat Alexy Stoll have a lot of experiences to share.

If you’re in need of some autumn relaxation, a visit to one of Slovakia’s many spas might give you just what you’re looking for. American travellers Don Stoll and Pat Alexy Stoll returned from a two-week-long trip around the country and have a lot of Slovak spa experiences to share in our latest podcast episode.

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