Top 10 January events around Slovakia

Climb up Minčol and set out on a trip to Antarctica.

The Minčol peak in the Malá Fatra mountains, central Slovakia.The Minčol peak in the Malá Fatra mountains, central Slovakia. (Source: Marek Pavlík/Wikimedia Commons)

The year of 2020 marks new beginnings for all. Step into the next decade with a New Year’s resolution of travelling outside Bratislava more often to get to know Slovaks and their regions through different events.

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1| New Year's Day Concert in Košice

One of the most exciting events happening on the very first day of each year are New Year’s Day concerts filled with classical music. The State Philharmonic will take its audience on a two-hour classical music journey, conducted by Zbyněk Müller. Pieces of music written by Antonín Dvořák, Bedřich Smetana, Johann Straus, and Julius Fučík, to name a few, will fill a Košice concert hall.

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