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


Map of Slovak Tokaj vineyards
  • 1 Čerhov.
  • 2 Veľká Tŕňa.
  • 3 Malá Tŕňa.
  • 4 Slovenské Nové Mesto. The village was founded in 1918; it used to be 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 on 907 hectares in seven Slovak villages to manufacture Tokaj wine following the same quality standards issued by Hungary in 1990.

Get in[edit]

There are two train stations on the line between Košice and Čierna nad Tisou, with a train in each directions every 2 hours. Trains from Budapest and Miskolc terminate in Sátoraljaújhely.

  • 1 Čerhov railway station.
  • 2 Slovenské Nové Mesto railway station.

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There are several places where local produce can be bought:

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