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State and bank holidays
1 January-Day of Establishment of the Slovak Republic
6 January-Epiphany (and orthodox Christian Christmas)
Good Friday
Easter Monday
1 May-Labor Day
8 May-Victory over Fascism Day
5 July-St. Cyril and Methodius Holiday
29 August-Anniversary of the Slovak National Uprising
1 September-Slovak Constitution Day
15 September-Our Lady of Sorrows
1 November-All Saints Day
17 November-Fight for Freedom and Democracy Day
24 December-Christmas Eve
25-26 December-Christmas Day

Telephone
The international phone code of Slovakia is +421, then the area code of the given city/region (Bratislava 02). Direct international telephone connection is possible with numerous countries in the world. For calling abroad use code: 00, the appropriate country code, local area code, telephone/fax number.

Important telephone numbers
SOS emergency calls: 112
Police: 112
Ambulance/Rescue: 112, 16155
Fire/Rescue: 112
Road service (ASA Slovakia): 18124
Directory assistance for Slovak numbers: 1181
Directory assistance for foreign numbers: 12149
Telegram: 12127

Electricity: 230 V/50 Hz, outlets with safety peg

Opening hours
Most of the shops in Slovakia are open during the week from 9:00 AM. to 6:00 PM., on Saturday from 9:00 AM. to 12:00 AM. The shopping malls are open every day from 9:00 AM. to 9:00 PM. You can pay in cash or with credit cards in the department stores. Credit cards are generally accepted in most shops.

Shopping

The traditional and most popular souvenirs from Slovakia are dolls dressed in the folk costumes, ceramics, carved wooden figures, "crpák", "fujara", "valaska", leather goods, embroideries, embroidered pillow cases, folk costumes, wine, plum brandy, Figaro chocolate, cheese products. The traditional folklore products can be found in the shops of the ULUV organization ( www.uluv.sk).

The Old Town gives home for some interesting retailers too, such as the jewelry and watch shops, bookstores, wine stores, glass and porcelain, ceramics, antiques and other souvenirs. It is a different shopping experience to visit to the open air market on Mileticova Street with its vegetable and fruit stands, cheap clothing kiosks and pubs.

Most of the shops in Slovakia are open during the week from 9:00 AM. to 6:00 PM., on Saturday from 9:00 AM. to 12:00 AM. The shopping malls are open every day from 9:00 AM. to 9:00 PM. You can pay in cash or with credit cards in the department stores. Credit cards are generally accepted in most shops.

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