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  • 1. Srdce mesta/Core of the city

    There are many funny bronze statues in the center of Bratislava. I like Napoleon the best! Update 2013: Unfortunately, somebody removed Napoleon!!! I cannot believe it! It was one of the symbols of...

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  • 2. Nový most/New Bridge

    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,...

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  • 3. Zaujímavosti/Attractions

    This statue is very interesting for me as I always walk around with at least one camera and take many pictures (maybe now everybody clicks with the digital camera but I'm doing this since I had to...

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  • 4. Bratislavský hrad/Bratislava Castle

    It's always nice for a city to have a history and that is to have a castle somewhere on high grounds. Bratislava is no exception, it has the Hrad on the hill there. Because in January 2008 it was...

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  • 5. Slavin Memorial

    I mean the soldier crushing the swastika... I took this picture using the poor zoom lens of my expensive camera, and my more expensive arms but all I can see is a sort of flag up there. The good news,...

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  • 6. Kostoly/Churches

    The building in this photo really was my favourite thing in Bratislava. It was the first place that caught my eye as we arrived early in the morning and somewhere I photographed two or three times as...

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  • 7. Múzeá/Museums

    The Primate's Palace was the only public building ( apart from the National Gallery ) that I got time to visit both outside and inside. Outside it is a substantial and imposing neoclassical structure...

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  • 9. A very brief overview of the history.

    Bratislava became the capital of Slovakia on January 1, 1993. But this is not the first time it is serving as a capital, it also did from 1536 to 1783 as it was...

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  • 10. Currency.

    Slovakia adopted the Euro as single valid currency as of January 1, 2009, so now everything is going to be more and more expensive for the population day by day...

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  • 11. About the drinking water.

    Slovakia has the biggest supply of drinking water per inhabitant in the world and all tap water in the country is safe to drink if there is no warning claiming...

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  • 12. Danube river

    Just a few days before we arrived in Bratislava they where in highest alert because Danube was flooding a lot of citys in Europe including Bratislava. They were...

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  • 13. Sovietism

    As former Czekoslovakia (Czech Republic + Slovakia) was in so called Eastern block, it is still possible to see Soviet architecture in Bratislava. More or less,...

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  • 14. Cozy town

    Bratislava, as capital is very cozy town. I should tell it is more cozy than its neighbour capilals as Vienna in Austria or Budapest in Hungary. Simply it is...

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  • 15. How to find the objects.

    I have put links to Google Map in my tips to make it easier to find the objects mentioned, when possible to get the right position. The links are marked in...

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  • 16. The Bratislava City Card.

    The Bratislava City Card might be a good option for you to save some money and also make the transportation a little bit easier. It will give you discounts in...

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  • 17. Electrical sockets and plugs.

    The plugs used in Slovakia have two round pins and many also have a guiding earth pin. Type E and C are both used.Here is a link to a informative page on...

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  • 18. Money!

    The Slovak Koruna was the unit of currency in Slovakia from 1993 to 2009. Even though Slovakia joined the European Union on 1 May 2004, its currency did not...

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  • 19. Thoughts from an Imaginative Mind!

    Arriving at the Slovak boarder in an Austrian Taxi, a Mercedes, I was amazed to see the boarder guards with sub-machine guns! (Living in San Diego, I’ve crossed...

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  • 20. Facts about Slovakia

    When you visit Bratislavia it is good to know some basic facts about Slovakia and its history. Slovakia was a part of Czechoslovakia from 1918 until 1992, which...

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  • 21. My itinerary.

    I have put the tips on the sights in the order of reaching the Old Town Square from the east, heading north after the seen the square, following the streets...

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  • 22. Popular meeting place

    Hodzovo Square (Peace Square then) Globe Fountain built during communist times used to be a symbol of peace in the world, but still nowadays it is very popular...

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  • 23. general

    i am an american living in bratislava and yes, a half day is plenty enough to visit here. Although the old town is very charming and quaint, the rest of the...

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  • 24. Bratislava

    I am flying from Singapore and as I will need to have a last meeting in Dortmund, thought flying to Frankfurt would be the best option.My first meeting is in...

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  • 25. Bratislava - prices

    Main course in an average restaurant is from about 100 to 200 SKK. Many restaurants serve lunch menus on working days - you will get usually a soup and a main...

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