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      Experience the best of Slovakia

Relieve your stress and pain, enjoy a vacation in a spa resort in Slovakia. If you love the sun while experiencing the benefits of a health spa, Slovakia is defenetly the best place for you to relax and rejuvenate on your Eastern European vacation. You should book your travel in advance so that you can make sure to reserve the finest tickets and enjoy the services at a spa in Slovakia. 



Slovak is the official language of Slovakia. As is common in most countries, the English language is also taught all over the republic as a second language, particularly in the Universities. Since Slovakia is frequently visited by English speaking tourists, it is important for the people to be abreast of the English language. Many people speak the Russian language but do not because of the bad times as a commonest country.


Dóm svätej Alžbety, Košice, Slovakia

Dóm svätej Alžbety, Košice, Slovakia, photo by Rl91.


Slovakia was once a part of Czechoslovakia and was under Communists rule. For now, the Slovakians would love to forget about this sad part of their history. In 1948 Slovakia became a communist state then in 1960 it officially became a socialist republic. Czechoslovakia split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia on 1 January 1993.


Slovakia the House of Parliament

The House of Parliament, photo by Marc Ryckaert.


The republic is more or less divided into eight portions with a capital in every region. They are Trnava, Bratislava, Nitra, Trencin, Zilina, Presov, Kosice, and Banska Bystrica. If you will take a good look at the world map, you will find Slovakia bordered by Austria in the west, Hungary in the south, Poland and Czech Republic in the north, and Ukraine in the east.

Slovakia is eyed by many potential investors because of its solid and stable economy, superb infrastructures, growing domestic and foreign investments, good business environment, higher rate of population, and low employment. There are relatively high returns for the investors since there is very little competition. Thus, the prices of the commodities are cheap. Who on earth will not have the desire to stay in such a stable place? 


Passenger train in Stakčín in Eastern Slovakia

Passenger train in Stakčín in Eastern Slovakia, photo by Phil Richards.


Getting around is never a problem in Slovakia. The infrastructures and the historic sites are accessible by rail, air, and road. A bus service roves in the small town in the most precise hours. The towns are commonly good places to settle in. The wine fields are exceptional; the mountains are great for walking, skiing, biking, and other outdoor adventures. Holidays are better spent in the republic of Slovakia because of the shopping opportunities that may come your way.


Castle in Levice, Slowakia.

Castle in Levice, Slowakia., photo by Pudelek (Marcin Szala).


Tesco and other shops host a variety of products ranging from the excellent wines, rural products, fruits, nuts, mushrooms, fresh poultry, and vegetable produce. Food is never an issue since it is very much abundant. Needless to say, you can get everything in Slovakia fresh and tasty. Admit it, your own country may not have the same blessings, right?

Spas are among the best treats that you can find in Slovakia. The Slovakian spas are moreover natural as per the traditional health pointers of the republic's natives are concerned. The doctors employed in the spas are exceptionally licensed and trained.


Prešov - Rue principale Hlvanà

Prešov - Rue principale Hlvanà, photo by Pierre Bona.


Feeling Rejuvenated

Isn't it that a visit to this country proves that you can forget all your worries and feel well over time? The surroundings are clean, the air is fresh, and the spas can definitely boost one's health. Where else can you get the same benefit? If you are after a superb eastern European vacation experience, then you have the perfect destination--it is none other than Slovakia!