The festival of chamber music this time around offers a musical wander across Renaissance and Baroque Italy and England, and commemorates the establishment of Czechoslovakia, all while bringing a host of renowned…
The September feast of world music strives to both bring global representatives of music to Bratislava - from Ghana to Israel - and to “showcase” Slovak gems.
The exhibition reveals the secret of the Turk and it was not the legless chess player hidden inside.
Most people understood the prank and turned the discussion into a joke.
Horalky Wafers are popular for their peanut filling.
Where to go for a run in Bratislava? Anna Fay shares her tips with active travellers.
The significant valley from Slovak history has been unknown to many tourists.
Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between September 14 and September 23, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year.
It belongs among the most popular Tatra destinations.
The statute has been taken for repair.
The stork is following his migration route to Africa.
Several Slovak folk ensembles took part in the three-hour programme.
Zuzana Limova’s documentary ‘Before I Met You’ examines the state of maternity wards in Slovakia.
Many people visit only a nearby castle, missing all the beauties of the surrounding villages.
Let’s taste the local specialty, burčiak, a slightly fermented grape juice at vinobranie.
Landerer’s Park now has less asphalt and more greenery.
Most Slovaks prefer to relax by the water during their holiday.
As the summer heat starts to wain take a trip to the countryside and visit one of the top 3 thermal pools in Slovakia.
Visitors can enjoy kayaking, rafting and as well as surfing near Bratislava
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