Stroll along the Coronation route! Kings and queens were crowned here for three centuries. Visit the architectural jewel – archbishops' palace. Napoleon arrived here at the peak of his power. Have a sweeping view of the Danube river from the Bratislava castle rock is 85m/ 240 feet above it. See the Roman military camp dating back two thousend years. Walk to the even older unique Celtic mint at the heart of Bratislava. Admire pictoresque baroque palaces. Wellington stayed here two centuries ago. Pass by the beatiful National Theatre with its Ganymede fountain. Hear about the Second Jerusalem as Bratislava was once called. One of the greatest rabbis in world history – Chatam Sofer - lived and worked in Bratislava. Delve into more modern history, see reminders of the Iron Curtain and the Holocaust Memorial. Discover the life of the ordinary people during the Nazi and Communist period. Appreciate the vibrant positive atmposphere of the city today. Get to know what life here now is like.
Taste the typical dishes of Bratislava and Slovakia. They combine the best of Central Europe. Sample famous local wines in ancient wine cellars at the heart of the city. There are vinyards here from Roman times two and thousand years ago. Maria Theresia loved these wines, Elisabeth II had them at her wedding celebration. Sleep in world class hotels or choose from a wide selection of three-star hotels or affordable hostels.
The sun shines more than two thirds of the year here. You can see fig trees in the gardens and almond blossom in the vinyards of Bratislava. And there is lot of green close to the mediaeval Old Town. Europe´s most ancient public garden was founded here 1775.
Bratislava is very easily accessible by every means of transport. By car, coach, aeroplane, train, boat or bicycle, you will always get there. To see all possible time tables to get to Bratislava click here. The town is incredibly close to you.
All major sights in Bratislava Old Town are accessible on foot, and hardly any of them are more than 30-minute walk away. The historical centre is completely traffic - free and mostly flat. Definitely user-friendly!
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