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Slovak Tokaj vineyards

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Slovak Tokaj is a region in Eastern Slovakia, nearby the Hungarian Tokaj region.

Cities[edit]

Map of Slovak Tokaj vineyards
  • 1 Čerhov.
  • 2 Veľká Tŕňa.
  • 3 Malá Tŕňa.
  • 4 Slovenské Nové Mesto. The village exists from 1918, it was formerly a district of Sátoraljaújhely.
  • 5 Bara.
  • 6 Černochov.
  • 7 Viničky.

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Slovak winery regions

An agreement signed in June 2004 ended a conflict between Hungary and Slovakia allowing winemakers to 907 hectares an area of seven Slovak villages to manufacture Tokaj wine following the same quality standards issued by Hungary in 1990.

Get in[edit]

There are two train station on the line between Košice and Čierna nad Tisou, with a train in both directions every 2 hours.

  • 1 Čerhov station.
  • 2 Slovenské Nové Mesto.

Trains in the direction Budapest and Miskolc terminate in Sátoraljaújhely.

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There are several places where local produce can be bought:

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