Diamant Dudince

Rajska 4, Bratislava, 81289, Slovakia
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Part of the old city wall opposite to teh church.Part of the old city wall opposite to teh church.

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Forum Posts

Coaches

by pisshead

Having found the cost of coach travel between Bratislava and Prague I need to know:- 1) Where the coaches leave from,
2) The timetable and
3) The e-mail address of the coach line so that we can book seats.
Please note since my wife is Chech we can understand English,Chech,Slovakian and a bit of Polish.Many thanks,
Pisshead

Re: Coaches

by jirzi

Hi,
all information on http://jizdnirady.idnes.cz/vlakyautobusy/spojeni/

jirzi

Re: Coaches

by bekerovka

Hy,
Buses leave Bratislava from Autobusova Stanica in Mlynske nivy 31, five minutes walk to the center.
The site above is a must, other option here: http://www.slovaklines.sk/index_en.html
Ciao, Marco

Re: Coaches

by katamorgana

http://cp.atlas.sk/vlakbus/spojenie/

:-)

Re: Coaches

by nut_meg

I recommend Orangeways Coaches. I have not travelled with them yet, but they are very easy to book (I travel in August). see www.orangeways.com - if the information you want is not on the website then email them (email address on website) and they reply very fast and polite and helpful.

Travel Tips for Bratislava

Finding Cumil.....

by STEFZAMM

One of my fondest memories was walking through the streets of Bratislava, mainly through the centrum, where you could see alot of characteristics of the place, I enjoyed seeing certain statues/monuments like that of the paparazzi and that of cumil... I thought they were cute :)) While walking through Bratislava, I remember myself looking for Cumil, the very different statue that represent the work men.... until I finally found him and took a great picture with him... :D

Bratislava Tip

by poho

surely my fondest memory of bratislava is the view from slavin and climbing the fence to get into the cemetary in slavicie udolie the weekend previous to halloween. in slovakia it is called all saints day. Traditionaly we go to visit the graves, bringing the last flowers of autumn and lighting candles for our dead. so the cemetary looked unbelievably and to take a walk there with all the little lights and flowers in the quite of the night was a highlight of my visit last october. you may find morbid to visit the cemetary at night :) but when you are in slovakia around that time, go and see a cemetary! dont get disappointed if you see people selling flowers and candles ( which is horrible i think) but grab a friend and find a quite spot to enjoy!

Streets of contrast

by gosiaPL

If you're by the Cathedral and then take a walk into Kapitulska, turn to your right into Prepostska St. I was stunned at the huge contrasts in this quiet street. Some houses had already been rennovated and looked marvellous, while others were still in neglect and screaming to be brought back to their original beauty. Some of them had frescos that could be barely seen! It's good to see restoration done and I hope the neglected beauties are only awaiting their turn.

Weird Hobby :))

by Skipka

If you are that kind of tourist like I am and watch for some details then you can find so many in Bratislava, too. For example the gates ;)) This one is in the building of University library and I have passed there almost 5 years when working for this library :)

Bratislava Tip

by kobolcs

Historical nameOrigin BraslavespurchAventinus, 16.century
BrezalauspurcSalzburgian anals
Istropolis used by Mathias Rex Corvin
Pozsony Hungarian name
Posonium Latin name
PressburgGerman name
BrezesburgGerman name,year 1042
PreslawaspurchGerman name,year 1052
BrezizbuchGerman name
BresburchGerman name
PreĀ¹porok Slovak version of German 'Pressburg'
Wilsonovo Mesto (Wilson's City) Planned name from 1919
BratislavaOfficial name from 1919

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