You can choose from historical, folklore, craft, art, technical and, of course, sports, music, fashion, film and theatre events. If that is not enough, there are gastronomical festivals, humour, and satire.
For decades, Lúčnica pleases the wide public with its artistry. Recently, it returned from Mexico and US Tour where the whole world applauded Lúčnica and Slovakia at the UN in New York. Now it returnes to Slovakia's capital to present its best of.
Worldwide, around 800 million Christians celebrate this year's anniversary of Martin Luther's Reformation. According to legend, on October 31st, 1517 a German Augustinian monk nailed his 95 reform theses criticizing the former Church on the castle church portal in Wittenberg. Reformation quickly spread out to the territory of contemporary Slovakia and has had significant influence on the spiritual, cultural, national and societal life ever since.
Workshop series in BIBIANA studio in Bratislava that will give children an opportunity to work with the author of the exhibition "The Land of Comics", Matúš Maťátko, the designer, or the textile artist and not only invent stories.
Slovan fights again in the world's second most prestigious hockey league. The 10th Kontinental Hockey League season will start on August 21st with a game between the latest Gagarin Cup champion SKA St. Petersburg and the regular season winner CSKA Moscow. The only Slovak KHL representative, HC Slovan Bratislava, should kick off its sixth season one day later.
Autumn at Tatralandia is unique again and brings an attractive story of the life of skeletons. As of September, the Liptov's Tatralandia water park will welcome its visitors with cheerful and resourceful Halloween decorations.
If you are looking for a trip into the nature, sit-down in a beautiful English park or even to discover the unknown castle in the French style, Smolenice - "Pearl of Little Carpathians" is the perfect choice for you.
Thousands of believers have come to Trnava every year to worship the gracious painting of blessed Virgin Mary during the Novena of Trnava. Through her bloody tears she averted more dangers from Trnava's people.
How the medieval Cracow looked like? What did the burghers' residences, townhouses and palaces look like centuries of years ago? Where did live famous Levko, banker of the Polish kings and the manager of the state salt mines as well as the royal mint that owned a number of houses and lots in Cracow? You can find answers for these and other questions at unique Cracovia 3D exhibition at Ľubovňa Castle.