Spectacular Slovakia #35: The city where Berlin and Rome meet up

An English teacher from New Jersey reveals how he discovered Berlin in Trnava.

Nádvorie project in TrnavaNádvorie project in Trnava(Source: Courtesy of BoysPlayNice)

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Everyone in Slovakia knows why Trnava is called Little Rome. Hence, it is time for Massimo Guglietta from New Jersey to hear the legend as well. Massimo, who is currently living in this Slovak city, joins Peter Dlhopolec to chat about why he has fallen in love with Trnava. The city's spirit, people, local football club Spartak Trnava, and its bike lanes are some of the things he loves the most. Listen to Massimo's stories, and you will also learn how he discovered Berlin in Trnava, where you can find the best burgers, and why you should set out for a trip to Trnava.

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