Archive for the ‘Slovakia’ Category
Slovakia offers tourists an interesting experience in the northernmost part of Little Carpathians. It is a region where visitors can find the castle of a bloody countess Bathory but also plenty of wildlife. The Cachtice karst with its many caves is worth seeing too.
The youngest and the most accurate astronomical clock was finished last year in a Slovakian village. The locals expect that the newest attraction should draw increased numbers of visitors. The worldâ€™s most accurate computer controlled astronomical clock can be found in a small Slovakian village Stara Bystrica. The clock, which is likely to draw the [...]
Cometoslovakia.Com Launches; Everything U.S. Travelers Need To Know New York, NY, June 29, 2005 — Just in time for U.S. travelers looking for interesting, affordable European vacations, the Slovak Tourist Board in North America has launched a new website, www.cometoslovakia.com – specifically designed for Americans considering a trip to the “other half” of the former [...]
When it was announced that US President George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin were to meet in Bratislava, Slovak Republic on February 23, 2005, many asked the same questionâ€”Where in the world is Bratislava? The lack of available information is understandable. Slovakia was country in isolation behind iron curtain under the hard Russian [...]
A festive session of the Slovak Parliament in Bratislava Castle, Mass Te Deum in the gothic St. Martin cathedral, an evening concert in the National Theatre and a grand reception for Slovak and EU officials and diplomats – are all part of the official program for April 30th, a day before Slovakia joins the European [...]