Bratislava: Itineraries & tips



"Bratislava is hospitable, historic and very clean."aholeinmyshoe.com
"Bratislava is rich with cultural activities and museums."retireearlyandtravel.com
"Bratislava is a perfect city to stroll around for a day."reflectionsenroute.com
"Bratislava is also big in the cafe scene, so save some time for a coffee and cake break."theyogiwanderer.com
"Bratislava is a very beautiful city with so many impressive historical buildings!"gastrotravelogue.com
"Bratislava is known for its lively bars and cafes."cleverdeverwherever.com

Great authentic tours with locals

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Southwest Slovakia

Bratislavas location

Bratislava at a glance




2-3 nights


Moderate (4 of 5)

Level of costs

Around Bratislava


M. R. Štefánik Airport (BTS)

Vienna International Airport (VIE)

Piešťany Airport (PZY)

About Bratislava

At the city Bratislava live 423,737 people. The nearest big city is Vienna. Clubs , bars and much more are waiting for you in the night! Bratislava is known for historic relevant locations. This city is in southeast Slovakia. The capital of Slovakia is Bratislava. Bratislava is located next to lakes.

Things to do

Few places in the world will you give the experience you will get from visiting Slovakia (plan Slovakia itineraries). Maybe you heard it from a friend, or sim


7 things to do in Bratislava

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, or even Eastern Europe, Bratislava may not be the first to pop into your mind. However, there are tons of things to do in Bratis

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A guide on what to do in Bratislava during a weekend break. With a pretty old town section and a laid back vibe, there's plenty of


Bratislava – Things to see in the Old Town

Things to do in Bratislava

What to See Outside the Old Town when visiting Bratislava

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Eat & drink

To truly experience a new culture, one must experience the cuisine! Our visit to Bratislava , and we couldn’t wait to try local an


Bratislava Flagship Restaurant

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I arrived in Bratislava, Slovakia (see itineraries) from Budapest, Hungary by train for 18 euros and it took 2 hours 45 minutes. Buying the train ti

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Another big surprise for us was figuring out just how much we enjoyed Slovak food, as well as taking advantage of the extremely ch

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Worth to visit

. because you’ll be sticking to major cities throughout the continent. An added bonus about a day trip from Vienna (plan Vienna itineraries) or Budapest to

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For me, it was completely worth it. I got the €20, 3-day pass. I saved nearly this much in free transportation during the three days I used it. ...

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Thanks for letting me know about this post! Ahh thanks so much for reading! Thank you! So good to know it’s recommended again! Hehe thanks Josy! ...


it was even about backpacking Europe

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Bratislava is ranked as one of the most popular tourist destination of all times, but why is Bratislava a must-go destination? Alt

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. or ride tram number 4-6, 2 stops to Corvin-negyed M and walk the remaining 800 metres. ...

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Eastern Europe has so many beautiful countries full of culture, history and magnificent architecture. If you love the idea of trav


follow this itinerary

2 week Eastern Europe itinerary with kids

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. making it an easy stopover when traveling in the area. There are many things to do, see and eat in Bratislava , here is how to

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Another landmark to include in your itinerary of Bratislava in One day is the Primate’s Palace. The most popular destination in th


Bratislava 1 day itinerary is the perfect excuse to escape to the usual routine

Bratislava in one day itinerary is the Gothic Cathedral of St. Martin’s

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What makes it even more appealing is that it offers luxury for less. This once famous hotel is very affordable to visitors today.

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Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, is set along the Danube River by the border with Austria and Hungary. The pedestrian-only, 18

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, the capital of Slovakia (plan Slovakia itineraries), is a charming city with a fantastic Old Town. We stayed for only one night and wanted to be within walk


History of Hotel

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When the first thing that is said to you when you walk through the door of a hotel is ‘good afternoon, please can I offer you a gl

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