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Private Bratislava Day Trip from Budapest
"Bratislava is one of the oldest Celtic towns the boarder of the Roman empire the western bulwark of Hungarian Kingdom the last marine port of Danube during the Middle Ages the town of merchants and craftsmen with rich vineculture tradition and the Coronation town of Hungarian Kings for more than 200 years. Discover Bratislava with a private guide!You will visit the Castle
From $480.00
 
Private Tour: Bratislava Walking Tour
"Start your tour with a pickup from your centrally located Bratislava hotel. Then set off on your private tour of Slovakia’s charming capital in an air-conditioned car or minivan with your own private guide.Discover the city’s fascinating history on a walking tour around Bratislava Old Town. As you stroll the cobbled lanes listen to your guide share absorbing facts about the medieval and Baroque architecture around you.Linger in Main Square once the setting of medieval markets and admire the Old Town Hall with its 13th-century clock tower. Along the way
From EUR37.00
 
Private Tour: Bratislava City Tour with Optional Devin Castle Visit
"Start your tour with a pickup from your centrally located Bratislava hotel and board your air-conditioned vehicle with your private driver-guide. As you travel hear a fascinating introduction to Slovakia’s capital on route to the city center. The beauty of having a private guide is that any commentary is tailored to your interests.On a walking tour around Bratislava Old Town see St Michael’s Gate the only remaining of Bratislava's four medieval tower gates and Main Square. This picturesque 13th-century quadrant is flanked by pastel-colored houses and hosts the 15th-century Old Town Hall. Admire its exterior and then stroll to beautiful Primatial Square. Gaze at the neoclassical façade of its beautiful 18th-century Primatial Palace (Primaciálny Palác) a former archbishop’s residence
From EUR62.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Bratislava

Off The Beaten Path

hrad Devín/Devín Castle

Devin castle is a wonderful day (or half-day) trip from bratislava.. it's just over 120 kilometres far, which means about 20 minutes by car/bus or 90 minutes by boat (but only 30 minutes back). The...
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Off The Beaten Path

Boèné ulièky/Off the beaten streets

Of course this is not 'off the beaten path' as such, especially if you have to use it. But I suspect most people will walk bu the building without noticing its rather lovely architecture (albeit now...
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Slavín/Slavín Monument

The Slavin War Memorial is surrounded by many gravestones of fallen Soviet soldiers, who died during the liberation battle against the Nazis in WWII. Some of the gravestones are adorned with black...
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Èuòovo/ Cunovo

A modern art museum built on a dam in the Danube. Sounds odd? It is. However, it is great fun and a easy way to get out of Bratislava for some time. Use public transport: take bus no. 91 (Bratislava...
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Zámky a mestá v okolí/Nearby Chateaus and towns

go to the SAD bus station, find a bus to Trnava, and pay the driver the 50 or 60 crowns to get there. Takes about an hour to get there, Once you get off the bus. Look to the North West and there will...
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Sad Janka Krá¾a/The Garden of J. Kral

To cross the river and take a walk in Sad Janka Krala is a nice off the beaten paths :) activity. It used to be here the small funfair where I rode a centrifuge first time. This bank of the river...
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Outlet shopping in Austria

If you feel like shopping you can take the train from Bratislava to Parndorf outlet in Austria.It´s a direct train (ride is about 20 minutes) from Petržalka station in Bratislava (it is not the main...
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Trencin - great castle and panorama

Trencin is a town with a population of around 56 000 people. It is mostly known for its castle, also old town and a few churches are interesting as well. I think it is worth to make day trip here even...
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Vienna - capital of Austria

Vienna is more known than Bratislava for sure, but this time Bratislava was a priority, so Vienna was visited for just 2 days.All the beauty of this town is very associated with the Austrian -...
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Trnava - small town of churches

Trnava with a population of 70 000 people is 7th largest city in Slovakia. It is known for many church in small area, also called as "Little Rome". Why it happened so? In sixteen century place...
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Eurovea

Eurovea is a large, newish (completed 2010) shopping complex and residential area on the banks of the Danube, set into what was previously a derelict area between the Old Bridge and Apollo Bridge.. As...
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The UK Embassy

Again, this is not really 'off the beaten path' if you have to use it, and you may well walk past the building without realising.It first caught my eye because it was one of the few very obviously...
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Find Hans Christian Andersen!

I saw a statue when I was wandering Hviezdoslavovo Namestie, the long and very pleasant tree-lined pedestrianised square which leads up to the wedding-cake Slovak National Theatre. It caught my eye...
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Bratislava Bridge

Novy Most (new bridge)Built in the earlt seventies, this construction remains an iconic part of the city.The communist regime wanted to "modernise " the city, so it has destroyed a part of the old...
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Top Hotels in Bratislava

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Tobrucka 4, Bratislava, Bratislava, 811 02, Slovakia
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Hodzovo namestie 2, Bratislava, Bratislava, 816 25, Slovakia
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Dunajska 26, Bratislava, 81108, Slovakia
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Hviezdoslavovo namestie 3, Bratislava, Bratislava, 811 02, Slovakia
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Stefanikova 4, 811 05 Bratislava, Slovakia
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Ambrusova 7, Bratislava, 821 04, Slovakia
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Top Things to Do in Bratislava

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Bratislava Castle

Situated on a hill above the Danube,Bratislava Castle is easy to spot.There has been some sort of fortification in the area since the time of the Bronze Age,when the Celts settled here.The Castle...
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Old Town - Stare Mesto

Stara Mesto - the Old Town with it cobbled streets, its bars and pubs, cafes and restaurants is the place to be after sundown. Its charming and captivating and makes you take a seat and be a part of...
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Novy Most - New Bridge - UFO Bridge

Known as the novy most or new bridge,most residents will refer to this bridge as the UFO bridge,and it is easy to see why.Opened in 1972,it was the second bridge across the Danube,and is the 7th...
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St. Michael's Gate

St.Michaels gate is the only remaining gate in the city walls of Bratislava.It is now used to house the weapons exhibition of the Bratislava city museum.If you walk beneath the white tower and through...
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Primate's Palace

As you wander round the old town of Bratislava you cannot fail to notice a striking pink building.This is the primates palace.Built between 1778 and1781 for archbishop Batthyany,it is now used to hold...
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Old Town Hall

The Old Town Hall is located in the heart of the city center, between the Main square (Hlavne namestie) and Primate’s square where the Primate’s Palace stands.The Old Town is facing onto the Main...
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Top 5 Bratislava Writers

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Skipka

"Vitajte v Bratislave !"
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Vlasta

"Bratislava - My Hometown"
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acemj

"Bratislava - Proud to play second fiddle"
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HORSCHECK

"Bratislava - Gateway to the Little Carpathians"
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Raimix

"Bratislava - cozy and small capital of Slovakia"
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