SPECTACULAR SLOVAKIA

Spectacular Slovakia #9: Wine festival also gives you a taste of Slovak street food

American travellers experienced a Slovak-style Thanksgiving in western Slovakia.

Subscribe to the Spectacular Slovakia podcast for free:

Do you like wine? This week, Don Stoll and Pat Alexy Stoll, authors of the Spectacular Slovakia travel guides, will take you for a trip to Pezinok, where one of the country’s biggest wine festivals takes place every autumn. Wine is not the only delicious thing to be found there, though - you can also indulge in some tasty Slovak street food. What does a proper Slovak goose feast look like and why should you be careful when buying “burčák”? Listen to the latest podcast episode to find out.

The 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 receive it every Thursday morning as part of their subscription.

More information:

Print+audio: shop.spectator.sme.sk/newspaper

Online+audio: www.sme.sk/predplatne-spectator

Get daily Slovak news directly to your inbox

Theme: Spectacular Slovakia (travel podcast)

Read more articles by the topic

Top stories

Foreign medical workers living in Slovakia ready to help with coronavirus crisis

The Health Ministry is looking for a way to engage them. It is one of the ways the government is looking to secure enough health care professionals to walk Slovakia through the crisis.

Illustrative stock photo

Coronavirus in Slovakia: Do I really have to stay at home this Easter? (FAQ)

Questions about stricter limits on people's movement during Easter holidays answered.

PM Igor Matovič announces new measures. He called on pensioners to stay home.

Which places in Bratislava offer drive-through food?

Check out some tips for more than fast food.

Slovakia has two coronavirus victims (news digest)

The government toughens up measures on the movement of people at its April 6 session.

President Zuzana Čaputová met with PM Igor Matovič (r) and Speaker of Parliament Boris Kollár (l) on April 6.