Miscellaneous: A timetable is very useful when taking a daytrip from Vienna to Bratislava by train. At the train information of Vienna South Station (Sudbahnhof) are free copies of the timetable available. It includes the times of the trains via Marachegg to Bratislava main station (Hlavna Stanica) and via Kittsee to Bratislava Petrzalka.
It can get cold in the wintertime, so bring appropriate clothing.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: The toilet paper isn't as soft as in some places, so if you're picky about that you might want to bring your own.
Photo Equipment: As you can see from this photo of the Slavin War Memorial in the distance, I could have used more zoom . . . .
Take a free map of Bratislava at the Tourist Information Centre. The map includes the locations of the main sights and a plan of the region around Bratislava.
The main Tourist Information is located at Klobuenicka 2 in the Old Town. It has a branch office in the main station.
After arriving in Austria via France we had the wonderful experience ( first time in my life, as Euro is very recent) of not having to change money when travelling abroad. But to visit Bratislava you have to change some money, as they don't use Euro. Anyway if you don't wanna change for so little time, you can use most credit cards in restaurants, shops...
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: If you come in November / December as we did bring some warm clothing, gloves, scarves, hats etc as it got down to about minus 8 degrees celsius when we visited.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Bratislava gets pretty cold during the winter months, especially watch the ice and snow on the cobbled stones
Luggage and bags:
baterka je dolezita:-)
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: oblecenie turisticke
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: netreba nic,mame lekvarne
Photo Equipment: tak fotnik je the most important
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: netreba
Miscellaneous: to neviem co je