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  • 1. By Train

    The main rail station is called Hlavna Stanica , the other large station is Petrzacka. If you arrive at Petrzacka and need to go to Main station take bus 80 to near river then bus 93. Buy ticket...

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  • 2. By Bus

    Bratislava Airport is the largest airport in Slovakia and the seat of the company Danube Wings, but Ryanair holds the main capacity. There are also aircompanies Aeroflot for Moscow, CSA for Prague,...

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  • 3. MHD/Public Transport

    Devin still belongs to Bratislava city, so you can use public transportation to get to Devin castle and village. If you walk to Novi most (Novi bridge) in the of old town, two buses run here- number...

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  • 4. By Boat

    Along the Danube, you'll notice these large tourist-oriented cruise boats. You can arrange an evening cruise or even a more extended cruise, but many require booking at least a week in advance. Prices...

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  • 5. By Plane

    "Letisko Milana Rastislava Štefánika" (BTS), or shorten "Letisko M. R. Štefánika" is located 10 miles north east of Bratislava. The airport is the largest and the main airport in the Slovak Republic....

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  • 6. Bus\train to Trnava, Trencin and back

    It was very easy to make a trip to Trnava from capital Bratislava. I haven't checked any schedule before, just went to main bus station, that was not far from...

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  • 7. Bus to Vienna

    The bus to Vienna runs regularly and is 7.2o euros one way and takes an hour dropping you at Erdburg station in Vienna, just a few stops on tube from the...

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  • 8. Budapest - Bratislava by car

    It is quite easy to get from Budapest to Bratislava by car - it is a straight highway, about 2 hours easy riding. Buying vignette just for one day really...

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  • 9. from Bratislava to Dortmund

    I would recommend to take a bus from Bratislava to Vienna for the German Wings flight to Dortmund!Schedule see at http://tinyurl.com/528hdj Most probably a...

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  • 10. car from Bratislava to Zilina

    The motorway runs right past Bratislava airport (mr stefanik/ ivanka) two lanes run up past Trnava and Trencin. but stop near Povaska Bystricia where you have...

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  • 11. Walk

    Bratislava is a very walkable town. The old town is very compact and the castle takes only 15-20mins to get to from there.There is a tram system for those...

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  • 12. Walking

    Though you can't walk to Bratislava from too many places, you can certainly walk around much of the city. From the main train station to the old town is just 1...

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  • 13. Driving through Bratislava

    I found that the gas stations can be very helpful in Bratislava. It's easy on and easy off. The OMV stations have free Maps in Hungary which include a lot of...

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  • 14. Red "tuk tuk"s take you to sightseeing

    We were wondering what are these old fashioned looking "cars" which were parked on the old town square. Soon it became clear that they made sightseeing tours...

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  • 15. To Bratislava - by bus or ferry via Danube

    Bratislava is very nicely located. Those who don't have direct flights there, can fly e.g. to Vienna, which is only a one hour's bus drive away. There are...

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  • 16. Best Taxi in Bratislava

    Best way of transport in Bratislava during the night is a taxi. It´s very cheap in comparism with other European cities. However, be aware, when you just jump...

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  • 17. Taxi Vienna-Bratislava-Vienna

    We wanted to get to Bratislava straight away after our flight to Vienna and avoid any unnecessary hassle at the airport and finding our hotel. We could also...

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  • 18. Fancy a trolley tour?

    The main things to see in the historic Old Town are all within walking distances but if you don't feel like walking all day, try the cute trolley. I never used...

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  • 19. Walking

    Bratislava is not that big and the main attractions are in the centre, so I could walk all over the places and sights I wanted to see. But be aware, streets are...

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  • 20. Airport Taxi

    Upon arrival at Bratislava Airport we had planned to get a public bus into the city centre.However on speaking to the lady at the tourist info desk, she said...

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  • 21. Explore Bartislava on foot

    The Old Town of Bratislava is best explored on foot. Most of the main attractions can be reached by a short walk from the Main Square (Hlavne namestie). Even...

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  • 22. Taxi

    Bratislava is a very walkable city with a great public transportation network, but if you do happen to take a cab, be sure to take a few precautions. Look for a...

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  • 23. Tourist train

    In Frantiskanske Square you might notice this little tourist train. Personally, I wouldn't bother. Bratislava is small enough to explore on foot. However, if...

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  • 24. Cheap Taxis

    Taxi rates vary a lot in Bratislava depending on how honest the driver is. I was there for a few months and was charged some amazingly high fares by some...

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  • 25. Reliable taxi firm.

    This company was recommended to me by a friend who lived in bratislava, and I found them to be reliable . Also, they didn't try to "rip me off", a problem with...

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