Slovakia Travel Articles

 
Communism and Kitsch in Central Europe – Krakow, Budapest, Bratislava, Berlin, Europe
Communism and Kitsch in Central Europe – Krakow, Budapest, Bratislava, Berlin, Europe With the fall of the Soviet Union, Central Europe has opened up to Western tourists. Alongside the return of the old favourites, Communism has become a tourist attraction. John Guzdek provides a guide to the new Communist East.
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Adventure in a Slovakian Hostel – Bratislava, Europe
Tanya Cosentino and friend learned that Bratislava is an amazing city - if you're prepared to brave the holiday drinkers!
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Snow At 1700 Metres – High Tatras, Slovakia, Eastern Europe
Snow At 1700 Metres – High Tatras, Slovakia, Eastern Europe Dave Hogan's plan was to hike up to a mountain chalet, go the easy trail up, stay the night, then amble the same way back down. What do you think happened? Clue - several times he laughed out loud
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The Scoop on Slovakia
John Adams passes on his insight on what he's learned in Slovakia.
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An Eastern European Adventure – Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia
An Eastern European Adventure – Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia home_aug05_ee.jpgAndy embarks on his first solo adventure through Eas
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Slovakia Travel Facts
The Basics Country: Slovakia Where is it: Slovakia is located in central Europe, south of Poland. Why do people go here: Lots of museums, lots of castles and lots of hiking. What are the main entry points: Trains from Hungary, Austria and the Czech Republic to Bratislava are common Currency used: Slovak koruna Country Code […]
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A Guide to Hiking the High Tatra Mountains – Poland and Slovakia
A Guide to Hiking the High Tatra Mountains – Poland and Slovakia Although it's one of the smallest mountain ranges
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The Slovakian High Tatras
Some excellent tips to help you safely enjoy this
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Bratislava, Slovakia – May 1999
As all of you know, European countries are dominated by their capitals. Slovakia is represented by Bratislava and benefiting from its place between Vienna and Budapest, Bratislava is slowly receiving the attention it deserves. Calling itself (as all central European capitals do) the heart of Europe, Bratislava remains in the inner circle of Central European […]
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