Slovak Republic | Slovenská Republika
The capital and largest city is Bratislava. It is an independent country after the fairly recent dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993 into the Slovak Republic and the Czech Republic (now Czechia).
Slovakia may be small and have less to see in terms of quantity than its neighbors, but the sites within are well worth a trip. From the alpine ranges of the High Tatras to the ruins of one of the largest castles in Europe, the Spiš Castle, Slovakia will not disappoint.
The capital city of Bratislava uniquely combines communist-era architecture with modern day construction and design, a metaphor for the country as a whole. The city is filled with many lovely street cafes, and has its own beautiful castles, such as Devin Castle and Bratislava Castle.
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Slovakia Travel Information & Key Points
General points to know about the country of Slovakia – demographics, important ages, phone numbers, key statistics, and more, whether you’re traveling there or not.
Capital: Bratislava (& largest city)
Population: 5.5 million (2020 estimate)
President: Zuzana Čaputová
Prime Minister: Igor Matovič
Currency: Euro € (EUR)
Area: 49,035 km2 (18,933 mi2)
Dialing Code: +421
Time Zone: Central European Time “CET” (UTC+1), DST/Summer Time: Central European Summer Time “CEST” (UTC+2)