Trnava is a city in Slovakia, about 50 kilometres northwest from the capital Bratislava. It has about 66,000 inhabitants. Because of the many churches within its city walls, Trnava is called "Little Rome". Trnava was the first town in Slovakia granted with civic privileges by king Belo IV.
Bratislava Airport is about an hour away.
Trnava, Hlavna Stanica can be reached with Railways of the Slovak Republic.
From Bratislava Airport by motorway D1.
sadbb operates buses to Travna
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Internet caffe's or wi-fi in pubs or restaurants are available throughout the city.
See also International Telephone Calls
Slovenská pošta is the national postal service of Slovakia. They have affordable, reliable and relatively fast services. You can choose to send letters/postcards first (express) or second class. Prices start at €0.40 for a second class letter (up to 50 gram) domestically, €0.60 for express services. Within Europe prices start at €0.90 (Czech Republic €0.80), outside Europe prices start at €1.00, all for second class letters/postcards up to 50 grams. You can use their parcels services as well, although you might be better off with companies like UPS, TNT or DHL, which offer similar prices, but usually faster and more reliable services. Post offices are available in all villages and provide banking services like money transfers as well. The post offices are usually open from Monday to Friday 8:00am to 6:00pm and on Saturday until 1:00pm. The main post offices in larger towns or shopping malls are open daily to 8:00pm. It is possible to buy post stamps for post cards and letters directly in the post offices or in some newspaper stands.
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