Slovakia shares a few favorites with neighboring countries, like Kofola and poppy seed-filled sweets, however the most famous dish for sure has to be the Bryndzové halušky. It’s either a hit or miss, depending on how flavorful you like your cheese. We were big fans of this deliciously cheesy dish, and couldn’t wait to try more authentic dishes.
The capital cities of Austria and Slovakia are only separated by a 90-minute train ride. So, logically, our next stop after Vienna was Bratislava. We didn’t really know what to expect from Slovakia, as it is a country often overlooked. But, we figured, why not spend a day in Bratislava to see what it is all about.
We, Mark & Herta, are currently backpacking through Europe, and eventually planning to settle in London. Beyond that? The possibilities are endless.Read Mark & Herta’s full story.