Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between April 27 and May 6, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year.
Six of 17 possible awards went to block-buster The Line (Čiara), followed by The Little Habrour (Piata Loď). The Film Institute decided to celebrate lesser known film professions, and this year architects and set…
The documentarist and writer, aged 44, was one of the two casualties of the fatal Monday crash between a bus and a truck.
The lookout at the Bratislava airport is accessible from the Vrakuňa (borough of Bratislava) side.
Photographer Šymon Kliman comments on his cooperation with the self-governing region and what they have planned for the future.
We did not use the full potential of the film, Hana Ševčíková said, reacting to a TV station editing out a scene for the TV version of the film.
The symbolic unsealing and opening of the Bratislava city gates on April 21 officially kicked off the summer tourist season in the Slovak capital.
A stay at the Danubia Gate Hotel is truly unforgettable due to the hotel’s perfect marriage of modern and historical.
The bridge cannot be repaired because of complicated property rights.
He inherited the craft from his grandfather.
He conducted choirs for the longest time in the world.
The two concerts at the end of this week will he conducted by British Slovak Philharmonic principal conductor, James Judd and feature British pianist Stephen Hough.
After having shifted the attention to new minorities appearing in Slovakia, the 13th year of the “multicultural festival focusing on minorities”, fjúžn, aims to boost mutual trust.
It's a tradition in the second half of April for the Slovak capital to offer a host of events and free admission to several venues.
Visitors can again buy quality and hand-made goods and get to know the local community.
This time around the contemporary dance festival is offering the leitmotiv of Czechoslovakia, ongoing Czech and Slovak cooperation as well as Slovak collaboration with other countries, including Canada and Slovenia.
Tourists will find many examples that prove Bratislava is a modern capital, catching up fast with its western-European counterparts - and not just in the food industry.
Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between April 20 and April 29, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year.
Running enthusiasts have a plethora of opportunities for running in Slovakia’s capital, be it a daily run or a big running event.
The train connecting the westernmost municipality in Slovakia with a tourist destination, both in the Záhorie region around the capital, will start operating by the end of April.