New podcast series reveals what ambassadors think of living in Bratislava

New project offers a look at the capital through the eyes of foreigners.

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The Slovak Spectator, in cooperation with the Bratislava Tourist Board (BTB), launched a podcast series in which ambassadors talk about their life in Bratislava.

They reveal not only interesting things from their lives, but also compare the capital of Slovakia with the cities they come from. A new episode will be online every second week, always on Mondays.

Podcasts are part of the Being a Tourist in One's Own City project. Ambassadors have been living in Bratislava for a long time and so they had a chance to get familiar with the capital and find their own special places.

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Discovering hidden places

Chair of the board of directors, Vladimír Grežo, noted that thanks to active cooperation with ambassadors, he had the chance to become familiar with their professions as well as habits and interests.

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