Overlooked by guidebooks, Slovakia is a worthy European destination without the crowds, The Washington Post wrote about the country in mid-March.
Bratislava city council calls for wider discussion.
Forests in the Podspády and Tatranská Javorina protected areas were especially damaged.
The increase was impacted by the security situation in the world and as well as the Slovak EU presidency.
To help the ever more tourists that come to Bratislava, names of crucial stops – e.g. terminal stops or those in and around city centre – will be announced in two languages.
Near Rainer’s Cottage in the High Tatras stands a Nativity scene made from snow.
The list also contains cities like Baden-Baden, Poznan or Åre-Östersund.
The representative Glass Hall can now host social and cultural events for business people
More Slovaks travel to the place of the nuclear disaster to experience an adrenaline holiday with a dosimeter.
Mountain rescue warns about the winter conditions in the High Tatras.
The story of Bratislava is peculiar, but not because of our history connected to Austria-Hungarian empire and Habsburgs but because Bratislava can amaze visitors by its growth and changes it experienced during 20th…
Slovakia saw a record increase particularly in the number of tourists from Israel.
Within its Presidency of the Council of the European Union, Slovakia hosted the most important European event in the field of tourism – the 15th European Tourism Forum (ETF).
In order to help primary school students become more interested in the outdoors and nature, one school utilized a hands-on project to engage their interest with insect hotels and cultivated crops.
The municipal office of Poprad is preparing a pilot project, building an off-leash dog park and as well as a dog shelter.
The new post stamp named “Beauties of our country: Herľany Geyser” was published last week by The Slovak Post with a value of 0,80 €.