Wednesday, January 23, 2019   ISSN 2586-0003
This is one of the 3 special interviews - an entrepreneurial edition - prepared within a project funded from the European Social Fund, supported by the Visegrad Fund and prepared in the cooperation with the Human Rights League. Abbie Puskailer is...
One of the most beautiful periods of the year in Bratislava is definitely during the last weeks of the year, when people celebrate the scents of Christmas on the street markets. Yes, we are talking about the traditional Christmas markets....
This is one of the 3 special interviews - an entrepreneurial edition - prepared within a project funded from the European Social Fund, supported by the Visegrad Fund and prepared in the cooperation with the Human Rights League. He was born...
My husband and I sharing his first Thanksgiving. I convinced him to carve the bird. And So It Begins . . . My Facebook feed is filled with posts in the days leading up to Thanksgiving lamenting the 82 °F...
Would you believe that the areas of Sturova Street and Safarikovo Square used to be swampy meadows and gardens of a river island? Do you know why the street and square were created? Explore the remnants of the Belle...
Virtually all cities, towns or villages have their own local legends and stories passed on over generations that involve scary ghosts, lost souls or other unfathomable events. Bratislava, formerly known as Pressburg, is no exception. And since a couple...
(source: travelpassionate.com) For many, Vienna and Bratislava are a pack when it comes to Central European destinations. The two capitals are separated by merely 60 km, making it a must to visit Vienna if in Bratislava, and the other way...
Bratislava used to be the coronation city of Hungarian kings for almost 300 years. Between years 1536 and 1830, 10 kings, 1 queen (Maria Theresa) and 8  royal spouses were crowned in the St. Martin’s Cathedral in Bratislava. Since the...
Vintage festivals are traditional events celebrating wine and wine making and often include a show of grape processing, pressing and tasting. They are connected with the period between harvesting the fields and autumn planting – usually held in September....
Meet Zuzana Palovic and Gabriela Bereghazyova - two young women with Slovak roots who have lived abroad for years but always felt heartily about their home country. After studying and deep-diving into Slovakia‘s past, they’ve written books that communicate...