Archive for the 'Slovakia' Category


October 4, 2020

Skalica – charming town in Western Slovakia that has been inhabited since 4000 BC and was part of the Great Moravian Empire.


June 13, 2020

The Croation Canal in Bratislava, a natural Danube stream in the past, nowadays a drainage canal, has quite a biodiversity still. Swans during a stroll at susnet are an amazing sight.

13 June 2020, Chorvátsky kanál, Bratislava


June 7, 2020

Only 35 kilometrs from Bratislava you find this gem of a place in wonderful nature. The name of the village (first mentioneed in 1296 then Kerestúr), comes from Hungarian and means Cross of the Lord. The amazing Pálfi family was built in 1889 as a hunting lodge.


May 23, 2020

Gerulata was a Roman military camp, which stood on the territory of today’s Rusovce (a neighbourhood in Bratislava). Built in the 2nd century and was part of the Roman province of Pannonia.

Bratislava Calvary

May 22, 2020

There are places in Bratislava which unless a local takes you around, it would be hard to know they exist. Bratislava Calvary is a place, which represents the remains of the original Stations of the Cross from 1694.

Draždiak Lakes

May 21, 2020

For its size Bratislava has amazing number of lakes around. Veľký Draždiak & Maly Draždiak – within walking distance from each other, both offer cool atmosphere on a sunny day.