TOP 10 IN BRATISLAVA

by Olga
Bratislava

Here we are in beautiful and picturesque Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia! One of the neighbors cities located on the Danube River, along with Budapest, Vienna etc. It is the only capital of a European state that is located almost on the border with another State (Austria) while the Carpathian mountain range starts within the city area with the small Carpathian Mountains (Malé Karpaty), where villages are worth visiting.

Bratislava

Bratislava

Bratislava

Bratislava

We found ourselves in the small but beautiful Bratislava, just after our trip to the imperial Budapest and our impressions are beyond positive!

Did you know that Bratislava is one of the smallest capitals in Europe?

Top 10 in Bratislava
  1. The old town of Bratislava and the historic center
  2. Bratislava Castle
  3. The bronze statues
  4. The square of the town hall
  5. St. Martins cathedral
  6. UFO Tower (ticket 7.40 euros)
  7. The new bridge – Novy most
  8. The coastal walk from the new bridge to the Eurovea shopping center
  9. The Blue Church of Elisabeth
  10. St Michaels Gate

Seek for the path of the coronation of the Hungarian kings with the crown signs you will find looking… Low enough!

Bratislava

Bratislava

Bratislava

Bratislava

More things to do in Bratislava
  • One day visit to Devin Castle
  • Excursion at the around villages
  • Visit to museums or exhibitions such as the one  of Matej Kren
  • A ride on the old tram
  • Walk by the Danube river
  • Visit to  Slavin Memorial
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Where to eat in Bratislava
  • Divny Janco
  • Slovak Pub
  • Slovenska Restaurancia

If you visit Bratislava on Christmas time or New Year’s Day you will find Christmas markets, outdoor activities, hot wine, ice rinks and many kiosks with affordable souvenirs!

Bratislava

Bratislava

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Bratislava, situated in the south-west of Slovakia stretches on both banks of the Danube and in the foothills of the Little Carpathian, once a city of Austria Hungary, has kept the classic and gothic style and architecture that all the cities in the area  had on those times! The pedestrian and cobblestone streets of the old town will amaze you with its colors and beautiful pictures! Favorite destination for a mini  getaway or city break which can be ideally combined with a visit to Vienna and Budapest!

 

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