March – Bulgarian Culture Month in Slovakia

March 1, 2018

On the occasion of the Bulgarian Culture Month in Slovakia – March 2018, the Bulgarian Culture Institute in Bratislava offers a variety of events from exceptional exhibitions and concerts to movies and theatres, and much more. Here is the March 2018 program in Slovak, and here in Bulgarian.

Ms. Vanya Radeva, Director of the Institute, overview of the forthcoming major cultural events for art and culture portal can be read here.


Art Tram

February 22, 2018

The two closest European capitals  – Bratislava & Wien have a number of transportation options between each other – buses, trains, bicycle lanes. And an art tram  since recently 🙂 Sounds like a tempting ride! Read on about the TRAM project.

Image courtesy: The Slovak Spectator

Multium Gallery

February 19, 2018

The question whether time and space exist independently of one another has been central to philosophy from its inception.

For a glimpse into eternity, Multium Gallery in Bratislava (26, Zámocká Str.) can make you ponder on these issues while having an amazing experience around its various halls. Open daily 10:00 – 20:00.


February 18, 2018

On the way from Bratislava to Trnava, we discovered that if you have a train ticket to the final destination, you can hop on – hop off where it stops, so Pezinok – a vineyard town, was a temptation. Can’t help mentioning the amazing views at every corner, remarkable cuisine and delicious wines.


February 17, 2018

Trnava is a fantastic little town within commutable distance to Bratislava and is often referred to as the “Little Rome” because of its numerous churches. Its elegant cafes though remind of Paris. The colourful town’s architecture makes you feel as if you are in a Fairy Land and the Gothic St. Nicolas’ Church is simply awesome.

SKy Bar

February 15, 2018

I find any well-thought of small detail inspirational. Not only the view from up here is spectacular, but so is the atmosphere. SKy greetings 🙂 Reservations: +421 948 109 400 – SKyBar.SK