Immediately after you enter Slovakia at the passport control station, there is a small money exchange in the building on your left. I exchanged a 20 USD bill just so we had enough to get to Bratislava. They didn't speak English, but you do have to let them know what country's currency you need. A simple "Slovakia" will do the trick...
From the bridge/border crossing, turn left onto the pedestrian only Palatinova Street. Just one block away is the impressive baroque church with its mighty twin towers. A little further along and you'll enter the clean, open main square where the city hall stands.
Komarno thermal resort
The termal resortin Komarno is open all year long.During the summer you can enjoy four outdoor swimming pools.Two of them are fillied with the thermal wells.These wells are very prosperous for health,especially when you have problems with joints,or gynecological problems.
In the winter you can visit two saunas and enjoy the massage efterwards.
Once you are in Komarno, dont miss the Fortification system, its all around the city.
It has been built about 400 years ago, and belongs among the biggest in the entire Europe.
This fortress used to protect Komarno against enemies for years, now it is used as a museum, in some parts, there ar restaurants, discoteques, or shops.
Komarom is the Hungarian version of Komarno.These cities used to be one before.
It has also thermal resort.
And a new swimming resort a little bit further.
You can swim,sunbath,go fishing and also eat for very reasonable prices.
Europe Place - Europske namestie
Europa square has been built recently.
I'd bet that you have no clue what it could be. So. Just imagine square with many cute houses built in different styles. In this project, various architectural elements of different European countries are put together in such way that they create a colorful and original unity.