Greece and Slovakia have signed a memorandum of cooperation in the field of tourism. According to the news, The agreement is aimed at knowhow exchange, as well as initiatives like extending both country’s tourism seasons.
Speleologists find massive Domica Cave near Rožňava is more than 8,127 meters in length, and that its true size is yet to be determined.
Coming up November 23rd and 24th in Bratislava at the Little Carpathian Viticultural Area, the 19th Annual Open Cellars Day promises great wine, food, and friends.
The Pisztory Palace is a historic landmark of Bratislava, just five minutes by car or fifteen minutes on foot from Mamaison Residence Sulekova. Local pharmacist Felix Pisztory appointed architects and builders to erect the superb estate in the 1890s. It preserves many of its original features, including gilded frescoes on the ceiling and mosaic flooring in the […]
Trenčín Mesto Módy, a legendary fashion festival, will return after nearly a decade pause to the Slovak “city of fashion” in September.
Banská Bystrica is a fortunate place, perfect to visit any time of the year. The Hron curves through the city and three mountain chains surround it.
If you want to visit Levice this summer, Argophilia Travel News recommends the best things to do and see in this beautiful Slovakian town.
ITF Slovakiatour takes place at INCHEBA EXPO in Bratislava on January 26-29, 2017. The event is tradition since 1995, next year being its 23rd edition.
Croatia has relinquished to Slovenia the top billing as the favored destination for Czech tourists, according to news last week. With more than eight hundred and thirty thousand travellers from Czech Republic in 2015, Slovenia slid into the number one spot, according to the Czech Statistical Office.
A bit of bad news for Poland and Slovakia, a referendum vote from the Polish city of Krakow carried out May 26 tells of citizens in the Polish city wanting to withdraw a bid for the Winter Olympic Games in 2022, part of which was to have taken place in Slovakia.
The Košice Music Spring is the biggest classical music festival in Slovakia. Held in Košice, the music fest is a one week affair for 2014 from April through dates in May. Founded in 1956, the festival is one of the oldest music festivals in Slovakia and is considered the highlight of Kosice’s concert season.
Bratislava, the beautiful capital of Slovakia, will host one of the most interesting events of the Fall: DonauFEST 2013. The event will begin, on the waves of Jazz, Thursday, September 5, 2013 at 16:30 local hour. With stellar concerts, and the participation of the mayor of Bratislava, the first day will introduce to the public […]