Slovakia --An Overview

The Slovak Republic is a country entirely enclosed by land, or where land meets the sea or ocean in Central Europe. It has a population of over five million and an area of about 49,000 square kilometers (19,000 sq mi). Slovakia is bordered by the Czech Republic, Austria, Poland, Ukraine and Hungary. The capital of Slovakia is, Bratislava. The widely spoken language in Slovakia is Slovak, Hungarian and Rusyn. The country includes groups of people like Slovak, Hungarians, Roma. The average annual temperature is between 5 and 8.5 °C (41 and 47 °F). Slovakia's economy is considered an advanced economy, and has been named a tiger economy known as the "Tatra tiger". Slovaks constitutes a number of religions such as Roman Catholics, nonreligious or atheist, Protestant, Greek Catholic and Orthodox.

Commutation Mode to and Fro Slovakia
Eurolines connects Bratislava by bus with most major European cities, including London, Munich and Vienna. Bratislava MR Stefanika Airport receives flights from across Europe. Sky Europe, Slovak Airlines are some other airline options available to arrive and move across the country.

Best Restraunts in Town
  • Pizza Mizza
    The restaurant is located in Bratislava, Slovakia, is a best multi-storey pizzeria.

  • U Remeselnika
    A tiny cafe located in Bratislava, Slovakia, serves the best traditional hometown dishes. Most popular cafe for lunch and is famous for a trio of sheep's cheese and bacon with sausage and cabbage.

  • Le Monde Restaurant & Bar
    Le Monde is one of Bratislava's class acts for international meetings. Le Monde serves dishes such as grilled octopus with a warm black lentil salad and basil sauce or sushi and sashimi with soya-citrus dressing and glass noodles -- all in a formal lounge setting.

  • Leberfinger
    The restaurant is located in Bratislava, Slovakia. The restaurant is famous as it is entirely based on family-friendly service that also includes kid menu and play grounds.
Lifestyle and Culture
Slovakia follows both the modern trends as well as cultural activities like all other countries throughout the world. The Slovaks have adopted trends that are modern, as lifestyle, and mixed them with their own culture. In Slovakia musical festivals are more popular. People of all ages take part in these musical festivals. Also there are number of cultural festivals and trends that are followed by Slovaks as well as the foreign people. Slovaks also engage themselves in the number of outdoor sports and adventure activities like hiking, skiing, swimming and many other sorts of outdoor activities.

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