Border crossings points
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As of 21st December 2007, the Slovak republic together with Estonia, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Hungary, Latvia, Malta, Poland and Slovenia have become part of the Schengen area. Controls at internal land and sea borders between these countries and the current 15 member states were lifted. The checks on external borders remain the same as new Member States to the EU have been applying the Schengen external border acquis since accession. The Slovak Republic has external border with Ukraine.
Here is a list of former border crossings and border crossings to Ukraine:
Devinska Nova Ves – Marchegg: Link between Bratislava-Hlavna stanica (Main Station) and Wien-Südbanhof (Southern Station).
Bratislava-Petrzalka – Kittsee: Newer southern rail link between Bratislava-Hlavna stanica (Main Station) and Wien-Südbanhof (Southern Station). Nevertheless, most trains start from Bratislava-Petrzalka station.
Moravsky Sväty Jan - Hohenau: Access from D2 (E65) motorway and road No 2, at Sekule.
Zahorska Ves – Angern: Link by a ferry through the Morava River, 6 to 22 h. In case of high water out of service.
Bratislava – Berg: The former busiest crossing between Slovakia and Austria, closest to downtown Bratislava.
Bratislava-Jarovce – Kittsee: Access to highway A6 Bratislava - Wien.
Bratislava-Rusovce – Rajka: Rail link between Bratislava and Budapest through NW Hungary.
Komarno – Komarom
Sturovo – Szob: The former busiest international border crossing in Slovakia between Central Europe and the Balkans.
Filakovo – Somoskõujfalu: Rail link between central parts of Slovakia and Hungary.
Cana – Hidasnemeti: Rail link between E Slovakia and Budapest area through NE Hungary.
Slovenske Nove Mesto – Satoraljaujhely
Bratislava-Rusovce – Rajka: On E 65/E 75 route, former important tourist crossing on the way between Germany/Czechia and Balkans regions.
Medvedov – Vamosszabadi: Link between SW Slovakia and Gyõr area through a Danube bridge, access by route No 63 (E575).
Komarno – Komarom: Link between SW Slovakia and Budapest area through a Danube bridge. Access from Bratislava and Nove Zamky by routes No 63 and 64, respectively.
Sturovo – Esztergom: Link between neighboring regions on both sides of Danube, through the reconstructed Maria Valeria bridge. Access by routes No 63 and 76 from Komarno and Zeliezovce, respectively, and by a number of lower-class roads.
Sahy – Parassapuszta: A busy link between C. Slovakia a the Budapest area. Access by route No. 66 (E 77) from Zvolen and No 75 from Levice.
Slovenske Darmoty – Balassagyarmat: Access by lower-class roads through the Velky Krtis region.
Siatorska Bukovinka – Somoskõujfalu: A link between the Lucenec and Salgotarjan areras, access from Lucenec by route No 71.
Kral – Banreve: A link between the Gemer region in SE part of Slovakia and Miskolc area. Access from Tornala by route No. 71.
Milhost – Tornyosnemeti: Direct link between Kosice and Miskolc areas by route No 68 (E71).
Slovenske Nove Mesto – Satoraljaujhely: The easternmost international road crossing between Slovakia and Hungary. Access by a lower-class road from Trebisov or Cierna nad Tisou.
Skalite-Serafinov – Zwardoñ: Direct link between Bratislava and Cracow.
b>Medzilaborce – Lupkow: Easternmost railway link between Slovakia and Poland.
Skalite – Zwardoñ-Myto: To be expanded to an expressway between NW Slovakia and Cracow area.
Trstena – Chy¿ne: The North-South link between Poland and the Balkans, access from Dolny Kubin by route No. 59 (E77).
Sucha Hora – Chocho³ow: A link between tourist areas of Orava (Slovakia) and Podhale (Poland). Acess from Trstena, by a branch road of No 59 (E77) route, continuation to Zakopane and Nowy Targ.
Lysa nad Dunajcom – Niedzica: Access from Stara Lubovna and Kezmarok by lower-class roads.
Mnisek nad Popradom – Piwniczna: A link between NE Slovakia and Cracow area, access from Stara Lubovna by route No 68 with continuation to Nowy S¹cz.
Kuty – Lanzhot: On the main railway line Prague – Brno – Bratislava.
Skalica na Slovensku – Sudomerice nad Moravou: Local railway link.
Vrbovce – Velka nad Velickou: Local rail link.
Nemsova – Vlarsky Prusmyk: Direct link between Brno and Trencin areas.
Luky pod Makytou – Horni Lidec: A link between Moravia and NW Slovakia.
Brodske – Lanzhot
Kuty – Breclav: (Motorway D2/E65). Main road link between Prague and Bratislava.
Holic – Hodonin: A link between W Slovakia and S Moravia. Access from Senica and Kuty by routes No 51 and 2, respectively.
Vrbovce – Velka nad Velickou: Access by lower-class roads through the Myjava region.
Moravske Lieskove – Strani: Access from Nove Mesto n. Vahom by route No 54 with continuation to Uherske Hradiste area (S Moravia).
Drietoma – Stary Hrozenkov: Important link between Slovakia and Moravia along route no 50 (E50).
Horne Srnie – Brumov-Bylnice: Crossing at Vlarsky priesmyk pass, connecting NW Slovakia and NE Moravia, access by route No 57 (from D1 motorway, at Nemsova).
Cerveny Kamen – Nedasova Lhota: Accessible by lower-class branch roads of the E50/E75 route from Trencin area.
Lysa pod Makytou – Strelna: Crossing at Lysky priesmyk pass, accessible by route No 49 from Puchov.
Klokocov (Turzovka) – Bila: A link between tourist areas of Kysuce (Slovakia) and Moravian-Silesian Bezkydy mountains. Accessible by lower-class roads from Cadca.
Cadca-Milosova – Sance: Local crossing.
Svrcinovec – Mosty u Jablunkova: The former busy international border crossing at Jablunkovsky priesmyk pass, accessible by route No 11 (E75) between Zilina and Cesky Tesin.Plavec – Muszyna. Crossing serving also through traffic between Cracow, Kosice and Budapest.
Border crossings to Ukraine
Cierna nad Tisou – Cop: Formerly an important international crossing, at present with little passenger transport.
Vysne Nemecke – Uzhorod: The busiest international passenger border crossing between Slovakia and Ukraine. Access by route No 50 (E50) from Michalovce continuing to Uzhorod and Mukacevo.
Ubla – Malyj Bereznyj: (For citizens of Slovakia and Ukraine). Access from Humenne by route No. 74.