Since 1964, the Slovak boat company “LOD” has been linking the two capital cities of Bratislava and Vienna, situated just 61 km apart. There are few experiences more pleasant than a boat trip along the Danube aboard the legendary “Raketa”.
One of Banská Bystrica's dominant features, the clock tower, has been renovated and is once more open to the public. It has been nicknamed the leaning tower because of its deviation from the vertical axis. Once you have climbed up its hundred and one steps, you can enjoy a unique view of the metropolis of Central Slovakia.
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Four musical stages, cinema zone, a quantity of workshops, attractions such as matches in the mud, football, capoeira, morning yoga, graffiti, streetart, halfpipe and also a possibility to combine concerts with bathing or water sports, it all indicates that during 22 – 23 August2014 we will meet again at Bratislava Zlate Piesky.
At the end of August, the streets of the ancient royal free town of Bardejov will come alive once more with the unusual noise of tradesmen, craftsmen and visitors for the 663rd historic fair and the 43rd modern Bardejov fair.