Discover the medieval character of Bratislava
Discover the capital of Slovakia, Bratislava, with its impressive architecture that balances between medieval and modern influences, the bustling center with untold cultural and gastronomic surprises and the incomparable romance that will satisfy every visitor.
Start this journey with a fascinating exploration of the Old Town center. Follow the famous path of the coronation of the Hungarian Kings through the medieval alleys, which will lead you to the imposing Cathedral of St. Martin, a building that will impress you with its particularly gothic elements.
Head to the main square Hlavne Nonestie and enjoy a stroll through the many statues and traditional shops waiting to discover the local culture, flavors and aromas.
Combine your relaxing walk with a visit to the Slavin Monument, St. Elizabeth's Blue Church, Palffy Palace and the Museum of Weapons to bring you closer to Slavic culture.
Capture the charming Danube landscape, walk along the river and cross the Novy Most Bridge. Climb to Bratislava Castle and visit the Slovak National Museum, where you will take a cultural trip between its exhibitions. Of course before leaving the castle do not forget to find a good spot that will allow you to admire the wonderful view of the city which will discover all its secrets
Food and local cuisine
A city full of gastronomic surprises, Bratislava invites you to discover all the traditional flavors and aromas of its cuisine. Visit one of the countless restaurants in the city and find a wide variety of dishes for all tastes. Try their famous schnitzel, their traditional Kapustnica soup, fried Zemiakove Placky and local Bryndza cheese. Of course, you should reserve some space for the delicious Slavic dessert Skaliaky Trdelnika.
Best time to visit Bratislava
Bratislava is a destination that you can visit all year round, as each season has its own charm. In the winter months you will enjoy the festive decoration and the traditions of the place, while in the spring and summer the weather is more favorable for your walks.
How to use transportation in Bratislava
Transfer from/to Bratislava
In Bratislava you can travel by air from Athens and Thessaloniki as it has its own airport located just 9 km from the city center. To get to the center you can use either the bus No. 61 (duration 20-30 minutes) or take a taxi which costs about 15 euros.
The city of Bratislava has an organized network of means of transport that allows you to discover every corner of it. The network consists of trams, trolleys and buses which also run night routes. Tickets are priced according to the minutes of the route as you also have the option of issuing daily tickets for your own convenience. Of course there is also the most economical option of bicycle rental.