It's difficult for Slovakia to break into international wine distribution, but this small country is producing some truly fantastic wine.
Artist Marek Ormandík celebrates his 50th birthday with an exhibition. His work also reflects on the refugee crisis.
Male owls lured by bird calls fly in to take a look at the intruder.
They have won the competition for the third time in a row.
Peter Irikovsky, the well-travelled CEO of Exponea, insists Slovakia is a flexible and optimistic nation.
Winter edition of the prominent chamber music festival Konvergencie focuses on Russian composer Igor Stravinsky.
They learnt by coincidence.
A film inspired by the 2005 murder of student Daniel Tupý will be premiered to the Slovak public on February 21.
The stories of artefacts in collections of galleries or museums are sometimes more interesting than the artefacts themselves.
The tree and church have protected each other for more than two hundred years.
Some of the women found a job in Košice factories, where they can use their skills.
Táňa Pauhofová will join the six-part spy drama The Sleepers. Its premiere is set for the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution.
It was not only a promenade and a place of entertainment, but people could shop, send mail or visit their tailor.
Well-travelled siblings Jana and Samo Stefanec formed an electronic music duo to share their joy for music with others.
The Mies van der Rohe Award is considered to be the most prestigious architectural award in Europe.
The Slovak National Gallery will exhibit a portion of the works worth €3.5 million within its reconstructed premises.
A speleologist started to look for the cave in 2014.
Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between February 1 and February 10, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year.
It is time to play games, try horn sledging, explore romantic stories at a castle this month, or take part in one of the many happenings in regions around Slovakia.
Locals have lost their town to tourism. Can the new title help reverse the situation?