The Best Souvenirs Which You Can Buy In Slovakia

Whenever you are traveling to a country, you must already be thinking of the possible things to shop. Ideally, we believe that whenever you are out shopping in a foreign country, you should settle for the finest souvenirs as these are the ideal way of taking the memorabilia home and preserving your memories.

 

Slovakia is a beautiful little country in the European continent and here we are going to talk about the best things you could take home, for yourself, family and even friends as well.

 

1. The Corn Husk Dolls

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Photo by Ben Husmann on Foter.com

 

If you have kids back home, this is a great thing to take from Slovakia. It was during the second half of the 20th century that there was a huge spurt in their popularity. It is practically a booming traditional industry in Slovakia and you can find these in a lot of local markets and stores. Not too expensive, this definitely makes a great souvenir.

 

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2. Traditional Folk Clothing

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By Krzysiu (Own work), via Wikimedia Commons

 

You will find too many clothes that come with embroidered traditional folk patterns. Even dresses, tops and T-shirts can be spotted with this tropical Slovakian folk embroidered design. The best thing is they look chic and stylish and are sure to bring you mighty loads of compliments as well,

 

A special tip to add here is that you should keep an eye on the quality of the embroidery mainly because you can find massive diversity in it. Even if it is a little expensive, settle for the best designs that come with the great quality of embroidery because it will look good and last longer.

 

3. The Shot Glasses

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We have seen a lot of people who are fond of collecting shot glasses. If you are one of them, you are in for a treat at Slovakia. They have some of the most uniquely decorated shot glasses, some of which come covered in leather and are meant to be worn around your neck.

 

These are quirky items which will definitely have your friends gazing at you in amazement.

 

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4. The Local Wine

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The honey wine is the specialty of Slovakia and something which you shall surely carry back home. They are ideally served as dessert wine because they come in a dry and sweet variety.

 

Apart from this, Slovakia is also known to have the best-flavored honey which is their typical specialty. So, if you are a teetotaller, or know someone who is; rather than choosing the honey wine, you could take their flavored honey home. You will also find different types of edible honey variety too. So, be ready to explore the options.

 

Apart from the honey wine, you also have slivovica which is a very strong liquor and it has a plum taste. If you know someone who likes to have strong wine, this one definitely makes a great buy. Most of the local guys are seen drinking this wine while watching the games. They too come in plenty of different flavors and you can choose the ones you want to settle with.

 

5. Horalky

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By CoserycantarUK (Own work), via Wikimedia Commons

 

These are also called as mountain cake as this is mainly a wafer bar which comes with a peanut cream filling in it. These come in five flavors namely milk, peanut, coconut, hazelnut, and chocolate. If you are looking to settle for a traditional choice, we would recommend going for peanut.

 

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6. The Bryndza Cheese

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Photo Credits: pixabay.com

 

For all the cheese lovers out there, you should definitely try and buy this. It could be hard taking it back home in flight. But if you live in a nearby country which can be traveled via bus, train or car, you should surely stock some Bryndza cheese and take it home. It is really soft and can be found in almost all their dishes. It is perfect for splattering on your bread and then you can enjoy a yum breakfast.

 

7. The Herbal Tea

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There is a lot of demand for herbal teas these days. Slovakia is home to a lot of different herbal tea. One of the top tea companies in Slovakia is known to produce as many as 600 tons of tea every year and it spans 150 different varieties too. So, you will have plenty of options to sort and decide the flavors you will like to take home.

 

If you would like to settle for something different, quickly check out Tatratea as it is an alcoholic variety of tea. The strongest flavors contain as much as 72% of alcohol in it. During the middle of the winter, this tea can definitely help in keeping you warm.

 

So, these are some of the possible options you have. Apart from this, you can always check out the local stores and anything which catches your eye can be picked. One important point we would like to add is that be mindful of the budget and do not end up overspending because shopping in Slovakia could be an addicting affair.