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The International convention in Buenos Aires was an unforgettable experience. Our hearts are overflowing with joy and gratitude to our loving daddy Jehovah. We were very glad to meet you, our dear brother or sister. However, we are hopeful about meeting you before we expectadly meet each other in paradise! We would warmly welcome you to our homeland - Slovakia.

COME AND VISIT US!

TOP REASONS TO VISIT SLOVAKIA

There are around 220 castles. 

The most impressive is Spiš Castle remained from medieval times. Even though there are mostly ruins left, it hasn’t lost its charm and majesty.

Bojnice is one of our best preserved and most beautiful castles. It looks straight out of the Cinderella story.

High Tatras Mountains 

Come and enjoy excellent hiking tours in this national park with highest peaks of Slovakia. Numerous marked tourist trails offer excellent hiking for beginners or more advanced hikers.

Slovak Paradise National Park

We have over 7 thousand caves, you can visit 12 of them.

Dobšinská Ice Cave is covered with ice all year round and is rated as one of the most remarkable ice caves in the world.

Ochtinská Aragonite Cave is one of the three caves in the world with rich natural decorations of aragonite – the two others are located in Mexico and Argentina.

In comparison to other European destinations, Slovakia is still very cheap. In Bratislava, the prices can be similar to other cities, but the more east you go the prices are lower.

If you are travelling around Europe and you have a couple of Euros and a few days left, our country will not disappoint you!

Something about Jehovah´s Witnesses in Slovakia:

Fast Facts

  • 5,445,087 – Population
  • 11,293 – Ministers who teach the Bible
  • 134 – Congregations
  • 1 to 482 – Ratio of Jehovah’s Witnesses to population

CZECH - SLOVAK BRANCH OFFICE in Slovakia, Bratislava - Highlights

Supervises the activity of more than 26,500 Jehovah’s Witnesses in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Translates Bible literature into Czech, Czech Sign Language, Romany (Eastern Slovakia), Slovak, and Slovak Sign Language.