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  • 1. Bronze Statues

    Everyone should feel like celebrity and famous one when walking nearby paparazzi. I am not sure if the statue has any real story. Anyway, it is just in the street, and not so far from restaurant, so...

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  • 2. Bratislava Castle

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Bratislava Castle (Slovak: Bratislavský hrad) is main landmark in city. By its design it is very simple, unique and some how it is very familiar. During my travelings trough Europe I saw similar...

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  • 3. Churches

    For over a quarter of a millennia, or nearly 300 years, this was the place of coronation for long line of Hungarian kings. It's probably the most distinctive of Bratislava's churches, and its...

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  • 4. Old Town

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Although much of Bratislava's Old Town has been restored and renovated in more recent times, there are still parts which give a clear indication of what it was like during the years when such things...

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  • 5. St. Michael's Gate

    4 out of 5 stars

    This is easily one of Bratislava's most striking and memorable landmarks. It's one of the oldest surviving parts of medieval Bratislava, and the great tower is a dominating sight. The tower is...

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  • 6. Nový Most

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    This bridge is one of the main sights in Bratislava, it has an interesting construction, connects old and new parts of town (old town and Petržalka), also has an UFO style restaurant and observation...

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  • 7. Primate's Palace

    4 out of 5 stars

    Palace was built in classical style, in 1778 - 1781. It was actually was used mainly for archbishop. It is famous for an important event, that took place here in 1805 - fourth Peace of Pressburg was...

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  • 8. Hviezdoslav Square

    Hviezdoslav Square (Slovak: Hviezdoslavovo námestie) is big square in Old town. This square is named after popular 18th century Slovak poet Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav (1849 -1921). The square is lined...

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  • 9. Devin Castle

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Devin suburb and castle is located in an interesting place - the other side of Danube river is already Austria. Nowadays it means nothing to cross the border, but in Iron curtain times this place was...

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  • 10. Town Hall

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Old Town Hall (Slovak: Stará radnica) is one of oldest stone building in Slovakia. It was build trough centuries. It started in 13th century and completed in 1599. It was renovated in 18th and 20th...

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  • 11. Grassalkovich Palace

    Popular palace from 1790 known as Grassalkovich palace (Slovak: GRASSALKOVICHOV PALÁC) after its first owner now is official residence of Slovak President and that is from 1996. It is not opened to...

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  • 12. Slavín Monument

    Slavin memorial is standing on the high hill of Bratislava town, where you can oversee Bratislava old town, Danube. It is half an hour or more to walk to that memorial from the old town. Slavin...

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  • 13. Danube River

    Danube (DONAU) river runs through Bratislava. The city centre is on one side of the river, with house boat and restaurants. The other side towards the Austrian border is almost empty. You can easily...

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  • 14. Jewish Life

    Bratislava of course had a Jewish population. The first Jews probably arrived in what is now Slovakia in Roman times, and the first record of their presence in Bratislava dates from 1251. By the...

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  • 15. Slovak National Theater

    Slovak National Theater is high class cultural institution. It has a long history. It was built in 1886. The authors was architects F. Fellner and H. Helmer from Vienna. It is a build in Neo...

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  • 16. Presidential Palace

    Just north of the Old Town sits the white Presidential Palace, also known as Grasalkovicov palac. It was built in 1760, and was first used as the Slovak Presidential Palace from 1939 until World War...

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  • 17. Opera House

    Bratislava Opera or Philharmonic house by original name: Slovenská filharmónia Bratislava is another high class building and cultural center of City. Those institutions are located in historical...

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  • 18. Bratislava City museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    You find the City Museum in the Old Town Hall. The museum was established in 1868 and is one of the oldest museum

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  • 19. Museum of Clocks - House of the Good Shepherd

    The House of the Good Sheperd ("Dom U dobrého pastiera" in Czech) might in fact be most interesting from the outside despite the Mu

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  • 20. Museums

    This is a very nice museum of modern art - actually the first privately owned in Eastern Europe. Apart from graphic works, collages and sculptures, you can also see and have fun with the Dobes's...

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  • 21. Stur Square

    Original name of this square is Namestie Ludovita Stura. This square have a long history of beginning of 19th century. But this sculpture of Ludovit Stur, one of the leaders of Slovak national...

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  • 22. Hlavna Namestie

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Old town in Bratislava is such a charming place.It looks like many other European Old town but still it has a something special. It is enough big and it is surrounding with nice buildings and small...

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  • 23. Frantiskanske Square

    This small square, between St. Michael’s gate and the Main square (Hlavne Namestie), has some nice sights around it. Two churches, the Church of the Holy Saviour and the franciscan church (Church of...

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  • 24. SNP Square

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Big public space not far from Old town is ideal for public gatherings as protest or concerts. It is, in fact, one of biggest square in Bratislava. There are familiar statues in honor of the Slovak...

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  • 25. Slovak Radio Building

    Eastern Europe is full of bizarre socialist architecture, and it's definitely worth seeking out the crazier examples. One of my new favourites is the Slovak Radio HQ, housed inside an inverted brown...

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