Slovakia is a land of rugged mountains, lakes, and forests. It is home to wild boars, lynx, and bears. Slovakia’s natural resources are timber, iron ore, and the rich farmland around the Danube River. Here, farmers grow cereal crops and raise pigs. Around 40% of Slovak’s work in industry, which is centered in Bratislava and Kosice. During the communist era, most factories produced heavy machinery, but today more are producing consumer goods.
These are the top ten not to be missed places when in Slovakia:
Bratislava Old Town
The historic center of the Bratislava Old Town is one of...More