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.
Are you afraid of the dark? And do you like to be afraid sometimes? Orava Castle's evening tour is dedicated to all who want to spend autumn holidays active and who are willing to get frightened a little bit. This special evening, Orava Castle is to be full of shadows and mysterious stories.
Do you wish to become a wizard? At Liptov's Villa Betula, they are looking for new apprentices to the adventurous Wizarding University! If you like the spells and a white magic, if you have no fear of the unknown, if you're not afraid of a paranormal phenomena and want to experience the big excitement that you will never forget, come to join the team at this unique site.
2018 in Slovakia means commemorations and celebrations of various anniversaries related to creation of independent Slovak Republic as a democratic state. In last 100 years, the country has undergone a numerous changes, eras and regimes to stand nowadays self-confident enough to tell about its successful story to the whole world.
A popular event with great atmosphere, well-known for tasty street food, the Street Food Park in April will be again on the square in front of the Old Market Hall in Bratislava's Old Town. Join all other streetfood fans for some yummy street food and drinks.
At sunset when the cable car transports the last resort clients down the hill, Mt. Lomnický štít offers a unique atmosphere which is meant only for the “chosen ones”. Just to hear is not enough. The night on top of Mt. Lomnický štít is an adventure that you need to experience. At least once in your lifetime.
The Bare-chested Man in front of the Occupiers' Tank, the photograph by Ladislav Bielik from the first day of the invasion of Czechoslovakia by Warsaw Pact troops on August 21, 1968, circulated across the globe. It became an iconic image bringing a deep and permanent legacy about the threat of injustice and violence committed by those in power.
The annual “County Autumn” series of cultural and social events will offer a wide variety of tunes, flavours, smells, and experiences typical for the Bratislava region. From September to December, you can look forward to wide range of various wine harvest festivals, annual fairs, music festivals, markets, and other interesting events.
The festival Visegrad Days is a representative anthology of art in the field of theatre, music and visual arts in the countries of the Visegrad group - Czechia, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia. Anyone is invited to Košice to enjoy its manifold programme.