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Cottages Martin

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from 89.00 EUR / night
Country Saloon Belá Bela
Bela, Bela-Dulice
Inns
Terrasse Children Playground Non-Smoking Rooms Suitable for Wheelchairs Family Rooms
from 42.00 EUR / night
from 35.00 EUR / night
from 26.00 EUR / night
Village Resort Hanuliak Bela
Bela, Bela-Dulice
Hotels
Garden Terrasse Children Playground Non-Smoking Rooms Suitable for Wheelchairs
from 60.00 EUR / night
from 30.00 EUR / night
Penzion Burra Vr├║tky
Vr├║tky
Guest houses
Family Rooms Non-Smoking Rooms
from 20.00 EUR / night
Penzi├│n Koras Vr├║tky
Vr├║tky
Guest houses
Terrasse Non-Smoking Rooms Family Rooms
from 18.70 EUR / night
from 24.00 EUR / night
Chata Devena, Val─Źa
Val─Źa
Holiday homes
Garden Non-Smoking Rooms Terrasse
from 140.00 EUR / night
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Martin

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Hotels in Slovakia: hotel in Bratislava is the best in the world
One of the largest online hotel reservation sites - Expedia - called Marrol's Boutique Hotel in Bratislava the world's best hotel. On June 27, 2012 the company published its own hotel rating "Insiders' Select", compiled on the base of 500,000 estimation reviews of the resource users. This Slovak hotel received the largest number of points. It is followed by Al Codega hotel in Venice and Hotel Royal Corin at the Fortuna resort on Costa Rica.
Holidays in Slovakia: events in June 2012
This summer Slovakia can boast of its rich festival schedule. Dozens of events from folk music festivals in skanzens to speleologist competitions are held from June to September throughout the country. Here we tell about some events that may be interesting for the tourists.
Summer in Bratislava: new tram and new beach
Bratislava will receive new trams. Fleet of the most popular public transport of the capital will be increased. Trams from the Canadian company Bombardier will carry passengers along the metropolis.