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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

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Make a list!

If you are going grocery shopping, I have found it handy beforehand to get on to Google Translate, and write a list of all the products you want in Slovak before going to the store. In this way, not...
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Tesco, max

During my stay in Trnava (study, 3 months) I went shopping to :Max: close to the train station you'll find MAX (by foot: walk in the park when you leave bus and train station (left hand side when...
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Wherever

You can "buy" Trnava for 5 Slovak korunas :) in every single shop where are available post stamps ...
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Hornopotocna Street, Trnava, 91701, Slovakia
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B.S.Timravy 2, Trnava, 917 01, Slovakia
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Sladovnícka 15, Trnava, 917 01, sk
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Jana Hajdoczyho 11, Trnava, 017 01, Slovakia
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Top Things to Do in Trnava

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Trnava Centre- Historical Centre

Although the historical centre of Trnava has undergone many changes and restorations over the past couple of centuries, it still has many buildings of interest. So take the time to look behind the...
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City Tower - Town Tower

The town tower was constructed in 1574, in Renaissance style. Why it was so called? It was the tower for observing town area, about 57 meters high. Now, at least first floor houses tourism...
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Basilica of St Nicholas - Cathedral

It is one of the oldest interest - places in Trnava. You can immediately see it as walls of Basilica is Gothic, built in brick. St. Nicholas Basilica was constructed in 1380 - 1421. Interior is...
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City Walls

It is one of rare towns of Slovakia, that still has defensive wall, fortifications. These were build in 13th century, closed the inner town, about 56 hectares from invaders. In 13th century it was...
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Town Hall - Radnica

Town hall was built in 14th and 15th centuries, the oldest part of it, naturally - Gothic style. Later it was modified, so now there is a building, where you can find also Renaissance and...
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University Area

The University area lies just north of the main square. There are many cheap cafes, bars and restaurants and also some interesting buildings. The University Church of St. John the Baptist dominates...
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Skipka

"Trnava the Slovak Rome"
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Raimix

"Trnava - small church-town"
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leics

"Churches......lots of churches....."
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"Slovakia's Oldest Town"
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"Trnava Page by Sisa"
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