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SUMMER ACCOMMODATION IN MLYNSKA DOLINA

Searching for a summer accommodation in Bratislava? And more importantly, would you prefer accommodation on budget? We have a perfect tip for you then – have a look at the rooms in the student dormitories in Mlynska dolina, the biggest student area in the Central Europe! They are available for …

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SKODOVKA

If you are a fan of Czechoslovak popular culture of 70‘s and late 80‘s, or you just want to soak up the atmosphere of (we dare to say) a late-communist living room, Škodovka cafe in the city center is the place you want to visit. LOCATION Škodovka is located on the …

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ONE DAY TRIP TO TRNAVA

Trnava is known as Slovakia’s Little Rome. A historical city with more churches than you can imagine, picturesque streets, laid back atmosphere and cozy cafes. It is not touristy at all. And we quite don’t understand why! Now it is the time to make an unforgettable one day trip to …

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BEST PHO IN BRATISLAVA

Discover the Vietnamese restaurants serving the best Pho in Bratislava! This affordable, delicious meal will warm up your cold days or simply make your tummy happy about all the fresh flavours and the abundance of fragrant herbs that define Vietnam’s famous soup. Pho is one of our favorite dishes and …

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ONE DAY TRIP TO PEZINOK

A charming vintage town with a long tradition in wine making.  A venue for goose and duck festivities. Rich history with well-preserved sights. Do we need to mention more reasons why you should pay a visit to Pezinok, a small town located only 20 km from Bratislava? Read our guide …

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WEEKEND TRIP: BANSKA STIAVNICA

A medieval town with a magical ambience. Rich mining history. Former Eldorado of the Kingdom of Hungary. For many people Banska Stiavnica is the most beautiful town in Slovakia. No wonder, it is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage. If you have not been to Banska Stiavnica yet, get …

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BRATISLAVA’S BARBER SHOPS

This article will be a bit special. Usually we only write about our personal experience; about the services we tried, places we’ve visited, enjoyed, liked and thus we can recommend to you. But the urge to find out more about the re-born craft of our forefathers – one that came …

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