Hotel Arcus

Moskovska 5, Bratislava, 811 08, Slovakia
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night sightseeing in Bratislava

by sakuntala

I will visit Bratislava on 24 April 10 and want to have night sightseeing by plublic transport such as tram.I will spend 1 night in Hotel Holiday inn Bajkalska 25/A 82503 Bratislava.Can you help me by how can I travel at night about 1-2 hours from my hotel. I will be waiting to hear from you or anyone.
Thank you so much

Re: night sightseeing in Bratislava

by picek


your street is not that far from the centre, but if you're not comfortable with walking you can try this web site for public transport information in Bratislava:

Click on maps and routes to get information on which tram/bus number gets you to center (or somewhere else if you like).

Under Useful information you can check for Night routes.

Re: night sightseeing in Bratislava

by katamorgana

Hi, :-)

Vesna´s advice was good, but I am curious about your expectations about the "night sightseeing" Bratislava is not too large and I cannot imagine what would you watch during 2 hours in the public transport in the night. The way to the centre takes about 10 minutes from your hotel.

Travel Tips for Bratislava


by Lhenne1

Some of the churches in Bratislava are currently undergoing renovation. The city is really trying to rebuild and make it a place people will want to visit and/or move and work in.

Despite the ongoing work being done, little is losed to the public. So don't be concerned if something is a little dusty or looks quiet. It's probably still open. Check it out anyway.

We visited some churches like this and were pleasently surprised with gorgeous stained glass windows and alter artwork.

Bratislava Tip

by bonio

I'm not relly sure that it's a fondest memory, but the thing that sticks in the memory, and I'll never be allowed to forget, is my trip to see Inter Bratislava play Olympique Lyonnaise in the Champions League. Sadly I arrived a day too late, did get into the stadium and find out they lost 2-1 but just shows, do your research!!



Bratislava has many different churches in and around the Old Town. Only the Gothic St. Martin's Cathedral (Dom Sv. Martina) at Rudnavoyo namestie dominates the city skyline.
There are many other churches which attract the attention of the visitors while wandering through Bratislava's streets: The Franciscan Church is the oldest church in the Old Town dating back to the 13th century.
Other churches include: the Jesuitical Church, the Church of St. Elisabeth, the Trinitarian Church, the Church of Merciful Brothers and many more.

Michalska Street

by gosiaPL

Michalska St. is the place to go for a good selection of restaurants and bars, and some interesting shopping. All tourists pass along this street after they've seen the Michalska Tower, co it can be awfully crowded. I was there on a rainy morning so it wasn't bad. Despite the weather, I enjoyed sitting down outdoors for a coffee and apple strudel :-)

The New Bridge - Deck

by yooperprof

The problem with the New Bridge is that it delivers traffics directly to a highway that knifes directly through the center of Bratislava, dissecting the castle from the rest of the city. Cars, trucks, busses, fumes, horns, destruction. Motor vehicles are bad enough, but the former Communist leaders of Slovakia allowed for the construction of a highway right through the middle of their capital city. It is what you might expect in an American city - and very sad. Now, if I were in charge, this is what I would do: I would tear up the highway altogether, and re-reroute the traffic elsewhere. The bridge would remain open for non-polluting streetcars, but otherwise it would become entirely pedestrianized. I would allow the construction of shops on the bridge - and perhaps even a residences. It could become a great attraction for Slovakia: "Bratislava Bridge" would bring in the tourists. Profits from the real estate development could be used to improve living conditions across the city. The entire project could be capitalized by Western investors, and given the grand title "Bridge of Hope" - or some such thing. Just an idea - but something should be done about the highway, one way or another.


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