Monday, December 17, 2018   ISSN 2586-0003
You know the feeling - it’s winter and too cold outside to get active and explore the world. Do not let colder weather discourage you from travelling. Winter has its own magical charm. Bratislava has a fairytale landscape that looks...
Visit Štúrovo and Esztergom – two cities walking distance away from each other, being in different countries! Explore the largest church of Hungary, learn about the city that used to be the capital of Hungary centuries ago, and travel...
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...
Anyone commuting Bratislava’s streets recently must have noticed a little change since September - dozens and dozens of uniform yellow bicycles have appeared in the streets of Old Town, New Town, Ružinov and Petržalka. And it’s about time. After...
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...
(source: travelguide.sk) Nestled into the beautiful nature of the Little Carpathians, the renaissance castle Cerveny Kamen is one of the most beautiful and most preserved castles in Slovakia. Take a walk in its enclosing romantic garden, learn about its spooky...
Vrakuna Forest Park is a popular and sought-after place by all generations in the city part Vrakuna, 20 minutes away from the city center. A relaxation zone for families, couples or individuals. Come with your friends or your four-legged...
Do you agree that it’s never too early to start introducing your kids to the world of art and taking them to the galleries? We have a tip for you then! Bibiana, an International House of Arts for Children,...
Gallery of Slovak modern art in one of the most beautiful buildings of this type in Slovakia. By visiting this place you gain the opportunity to become acquainted with the works of major artists formed in Slovakia since the...
Different exhibitions of modern and classical art including Gothic and Baroque sculpture and painting are exposed in the Slovak National Gallery. The building it is housed in is a national cultural monument and used to be the property of a significant...