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  • Bratislava Tourist Board
    Bratislava Tourist Board is the official entity to develop and promote all types of tourism and support their presentation; create a platform for cooperation of private and public sectors in the area of tourism; and manage, initiate and coordinate the development of tourism in Bratislava.
  • Primatial PalaceFront Office - City of Bratislava, tel.: +421 2 593 563 22
  • TouristTourist Information Centres
    Bratislava's tourist information centres exist to provide visitors with all the information they might require about the city. They have English-speaking staff and also offer electronic touch-screen information points. The tourist information offices are constantly striving to improve the services they offer.

  • Contacts
  • bratislavaInternational Relations, tel.: +421 2 593 566 95
  • Useful Contacts
  • Transport
    • RyanairRyanair
      Ryanair was Europe's original low fares airline and is still Europe's largest low fares carrier. In the current year Ryanair will carry 52m passengers on 741 low fare routes across 26 European countries. We have 29 European bases and by the end of March 2008 Ryanair will operate a fleet of 163 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft with firm orders for a further 99 new aircraft, which will be delivered over the next 5 years.

    • lietadloAustrian Airlines, tel.: +421 2 591 026 01
      The Austrian Airlines Group provides an attractive portfolio of services in the scheduled, cargo and charter segments. Top levels of quality and punctuality, an outstanding price-performance ratio, a dense network of connections via the central Vienna hub, individualised fare selection options and the proven Austrian touch are just some of the features used successfully by the Group to distinguish itself from competitor airlines. In line with the “Focus East” strategy, the main markets of the Austrian Airlines Group are its Central and East European services and connections to the Middle East. Long-haul services to North America and the Far East complete the Group’s product range.

    • Sky EuropeSkyEurope Airlines, tel.: +421 2 485 010 00
      Welcome to the stylish world of the youngest and most modern fleet in Europe. We fly to 41 exciting destinations in 19 European countries. Welcome to the world where low-fares do not compromise quality; welcome on board SkyEurope Airlines!

    • leteckyBritish Airways, tel.: +421 2 571 020 33
      British Airways is the national airline and flag carrier of the United Kingdom and one of the largest in Europe. Its main hubs are London Heathrow and London Gatwick. British Airways holds a United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Type A Operating Licence, and is permitted to carry passengers, cargo and mail on aircraft with 20 or more seats. British Airways is a founding member of the Oneworld airline alliance.

    • Air FranceAir France, tel.: +421 2 544 341 06
      Air France is one of the world's largest airlines. Air France is based in Paris, France, and is a subsidiary of Air France-KLM Group. It operates worldwide scheduled passenger and cargo services to 185 destinations in 83 countries. Its global hub is at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. Paris Orly Airport, Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport and Nice Côte d'Azur Airport are secondary hubs.

    • LufthansaLufthansa, tel.: +421 2 529 678 07
      Deutsche Lufthansa AG is the largest airline in Europe in terms of overall passengers carried and the flag carrier of Germany. The name of the company is derived from Luft (english means air) and Hansa (after Hanseatic League, the powerful medieval trading group). The airline is the world's fifth largest airline in terms of overall passengers carried, operating services to 209 destinations in 81 countries. Together with its partners Lufthansa services over 410 destinations.

    • Swiss AirllinesSWISS International Air Lines AG, tel.: +421 2 529 219 98
      Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. is the principal airline of Switzerland operating scheduled services in Europe and to North America, South America, Africa and Asia. Its main hub is Zurich Kloten Airport. Swiss is a subsidiary of the German airline Lufthansa.

    • Air SlovakiaAir Slovakia, tel.: +421 2 434 227 44
      Air Slovakia is an airline based in Bratislava, Slovakia. It operates charter passenger flights from Bratislava, Kosice, Sliac, Budapest, Debrecen, Brno to destinations around Europe, Middle East and North Africa.

    • CSAČSA - Czech Airlines, tel.: +421 2 529 610 70
      Czech Airlines is the Czech national airline company based at Ruzyně International Airport, Prague. It operates scheduled services to 69 destinations in 41 countries, including most major European cities and to transit points in the Middle East and North America.

    • FinnairFinnair, tel.: +421 2 208 620 00
      Finnair is Finland's largest airline and the flag carrier, with its headquarters in Vantaa, Finland, and its main hub at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport. Finnair and its subsidiary companies dominate both the domestic and international air travel markets in Finland.

    • Delta Air LinesDelta Air Lines, tel.: +421 2 529 209 39
      Delta Air Lines is a United States airline based and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Delta operates an expansive domestic and international network, spanning North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the Caribbean. Delta flies to over 332 destinations in 57 countries, across 5 continents.

    • LOT Polish AirlinesLOT Polish Airlines, tel.: +421 2 526 347 74
      LOT operates scheduled passenger and cargo services: domestic services link Warsaw with ten cities and over 50 routes are operated throughout Europe and to the Middle East and North America. Its main base is at Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport. LOT has been a member of Star Alliance since 2003. Established in 1929, LOT is one of the oldest airlines in the world.

    • taxiABC Taxi, tel.: +421 2 5341 9191
    • taxiAA Taxi Euro
    • fun taxiFUN Taxi, tel.: +421 2 5477 7377
    • taxiHAPL Taxi, tel.: +421 2 4445 2424
    • LADY Taxi, tel.: 16011
    • NAY Taxi, tel.: +421 2 6453 1144
    • OTTO Taxi, tel.: +421 2 6345 3748
    • PROFI Taxi, tel.: +421 2 5341 9797
    • BP Taxi, tel.: 16999
    • VIP Taxi, tel.: 16 000
    • City Towing Company, tel.: +421 2 556 456 91
    • avisAVIS, tel.: +421 2 5341 6111
      AVIS is recognized as world leader in car rental business. The company slogan "We try harder.", having the reputation of one of the best known advertising phrases in the world became expression of company philosophy that every Avis employee holds true. Basic criterion of AVIS operation is continuous improvement of services and confirmed reservation rates.

    • carAuto Danubius, tel.: +421 2 443 725 02
      Auto Danubius is the oldest car rental company in the Slovak market. Our 18 years of experience with short and long term rentals are your guarantee of receiving the best possible service. Our vehicles are subjected to regular quality tests. If interested, older luxurious vehicles for discounted prices are also available for rent. We offer the best rental car rates with no advertising on the cars. All our cars are equipped with radio tuner, immobilizer and air conditioning.

    • carEurocar, tel.: +421 2 431 914 74
      We offer short term and long term (12,24,36 months) cars renting, operative leasing, driving services - Bratislava - Vienna and also in other areas according to your wish with the airconditioned cars VW Passat and Škoda Superb and the possibility to rent the car with a driver consult with the Reservation centre of the Eurocar.

    • hertzHERTZ, tel.: +421 2 572 012 61
      Hertz, world's No.1 car rental company, offers you in Slovakia cars for short and/or long term rentals. In our fleet there is wide range of marks and models from economy size through family cars, minibuses, automatic cars to prestige cars.

    • alimexALIMEX, tel.: +421 2 556 416 41
      Alimex Car Rent offers high quality and fast services, valued by anyone who prefers profesionalism, flexibility and individual treatment. We offer first class quality of all 700 vehicles at 7 locations in CR and SR, at very reasonable price terms, delivery of chosen vehicle within 30 minutes anywhere in Prague and considerable advantages of Dollar Thrifty Car rental international network, which we are part of. Alimex Car Rent is stable and strong company with over ten years tradition in car rental market. With us can no customer make the wrong choice. Really anyone can rent with Alimex Car rent!

    • Limousine Services, tel.: +421 910 999 879
      The company Limousine Services has the pleasure to offer you luxurious limousines rental with chofeur for different kinds of occasions. If you need to get conveniently to your business meeting, to the airport or you need the luxurious limousine for wedding ceremonies and parties, the company Limousine Services is here for you.
    • SIXT, tel.: +421 2 534 133 01
      The Sixt group is a global player supplying high-quality mobility solutions. The wide range of products and the quality of our services give the Sixt company and its subsidiaries a unique market position. Whether Sixt car rental, Sixt leasing or Sixt used cars - Sixt stands for premium vehicles, innovative products and a high standard of service and quality. See for yourself.
  • Accommodation
    • Divoka_vodaHotel Divoká Voda, tel.: +421 2 6252 8002
      The newly opened Divoká voda hotel*** is situated directly in the white water sporting complex. After having opened the water sports channel in 1996 the hotel was not put into operation. Yet after the period of 12 years the hotel was architecturally modified, partly renovated, and festively opened by our Olympic sportsmen in 2008.

    • lindnerLindner Hotel Gallery Central, tel.: +421 2 3993 0000
      The stylishly casual Lindner Hotel Gallery Central is situated on top of the new Central shopping enter, whose rooftop has been designed as a park.

    • hotel mama'sHotel Mama's, tel.: +421 2 556 43 666
      The Mama´s Hotel is a luxurious boutique hotel offering a creative combination of design, charm, and vitality in Slovakia. With its unique style, modern furniture, and homey atmosphere it can satisfy the demands of nearly every client. Hotel Mama’s is situated in the calm area of Old town, which is only a 10-minute walk to all the historical monuments.

    • Hotel Danubia Gate BratislavaHotel Danubia Gate, tel.: +421 2 206 65 500
      Hotel Danubia Gate Bratislava provides modern and comfortable accommodation in likable and friendly atmosphere in the center of Bratislava. The hotel is located close to the historical Old Town of Bratislava (only 5 minutes walk), numerous embassies, ministries, cultural institutions and also the new shopping center Eurovea, which lies alongside the Danube. Hotel Danubia Gate in Bratislava city center is technically best equipped hotel in Bratislava and provides internet access in the entire hotel free of charge. Despite its location in the center of Bratislava hotel offers its guests free parking (lockable and monitored by CCTV).

    • Hotel PlusHotel Plus, tel.: +421 2 482 31 920
      Hotel Plus offers favourable accommodation in Bratislava, just 2 km from M. R. Štefánik Airport and 700 metres from large Avion Shopping Park. It is very well accessible from bus terminal and main railway station, as well as from highway D1 when coming by car. Capacity of the hotel is 235 beds. Accommodation is provided in ensuite rooms (Standard Plus**) or family rooms (Studio), suitable mostly for families and small groups.

    • abba Bratislava hotelabba Bratislava hotel, tel.: +421 2 575 110 00
      Newly built hotel abba Bratislava is thanks to its perfect location in the city center the best choice for your holiday or a business trip. The hotel offers accommodation in 125 rooms equipped for your maximum comfort, Italian restaurant abba Mia and a hotel bar with a terrace.

    • Sheraton Bratislava HotelSheraton Bratislava Hotel, tel.: +421 2 3535 0300
      Ideally located in the new Eurovea city center and directly opposite the Slovak National Theater, the luxurious Sheraton Bratislava Hotel invites you to take a break from the ordinary in comfortable rooms with modern amenities, including air-conditioning with individual control panel, seating area, 32“ LCD TV with digital entertainment system and a spacious bathroom with separate rain shower and bath.

    • Institute of Banking EducationInstitute of Banking Education, tel.: +421 2 482 465 41
      The accommodation facility of the Institute of Banking Education is located in the city district called "Ružinov". It is easily accessible from the city center. The facility provides double rooms and suites at a discount price. All rooms are equipped with a private bathroom and toilet. We are looking forward to your stay with us.

    • ApartmentPrivate Apartments in the centre of Bratislava, tel.: +421 903 454 926
      3 separately simple furnished apartements /studio/ for 1-4 people in centre of Bratislava for advantageous price from 18 EUR/night.

    • SUZASUZA accomodation, tel.: +421 /2/ 59 354 999
      Hotel SUZA is located in an attractive, quiet district of Bratislava with an astonishing view on the city an the river Danube. Our services include conference services, catering services, hotel accomodation.

    • SZUProperty of the Slovak Medical University, tel.: +421 /2/ 59 37 06 72
      Property of the Slovak Medical University is located in the famous Bratislava Kramáre site and is located only 10 minutes from the historical and culture center of Bratislava.

    • Mercure Bratislava CentrumMercure Bratislava Centrum, tel.: +421 2 572 770 00
      New 4 star Mercure Hotel is located in the city centre within 10 minutes walk from the Bratislava castle and the down town pedestrian shopping area. In walking distance from the Central train station. The location provides easy access to the cultural and commercial parts of the city. The hotel features 175 uniquely designed rooms. All of them with the coffee and tea facilities.

    • Austria TrendAustria Trend Hotel Bratislava, tel.: +421 2 527 758 00
      Standing right at the entrance to the pedestrian precinct, in the heart of Bratislava, is the new Austria Trend Hotel Bratislava, which opened its doors in September 2009.

    • Kempinski Hotel River ParkKempinski Hotel River Park Bratislava, tel.: +421 2 322 382 22
      Awarded the Best Hotel in Slovakia (Trend Top 2014), Kempinski Hotel River Park is located in downtown Bratislava on the banks of the Danube River. It is Bratislava’s only five-star deluxe hotel and is only a 35-minute drive away from Vienna International Airport. With its 231 rooms and suites (of at least 35 sq m (376.7 sq ft), Kempinski Hotel River Park is well known for its unique location, exquisite interior design, high-quality service and Central-European hospitality. Enjoy the leisurely 15-minute walk to the Imperial Old Town and find peace of mind in the 1,500 sqm (16,145.9 sq ft), top-floor spa with a breathtaking view of the surrounding river and nature.

    • Pension RusticaPension Rustica, tel.: +421 33 640 7020
      Pension Rustica offers luxury accommodation for exacting customers. It is situated in center of the town Pezinok, 15 km from Bratislava/Incheba as the part of the Small Carpathian Region on the path of “Small Carpathians wine route”.

    • Hotel Max InnHotel Max Inn, tel.: +421 2 592 059 20
      Hotel Max Inn creates the atmosphere which makes you feel at home. The assurance of its materialisation through the implemented wishes of a family team, during construction, interior adjustments as well as in every detail of the new hotel facility Max Inn provides unique added value for the accommodated guest.

    • PaddlerPaddler Hostel Club & Cafe, tel.: +421 2 206 331 55
      Are you looking for a hotel, apartment, pension or else accomodation in Bratislava, Slovakia? We are opening right now! New Hostel close to downtown on the shore of the nature, situated next to Danube river.

    • App. City CentreApartments City Centre, tel.: + 421 904 610 541
      The newly built Apartments City Centre are providing comfortable accommodation in silent surroundings of the courtyard area of a residential building located on Obchodná ulica (Shopping street), only a few metres from the most famous historical sights of Bratislava. A large number of various restaurants, cafés, bars, nightclubs, shops and other services are located in a short walking distance.

    • Red Star HostelRed Star Hostel, tel.: +421 905 120 514
      Red Star Hostel´s twins, triples and small dorms provide the much needed privacy while bar and buffet are the places to be if you feel like socializing. If exploring the city is what you came here for a picturesque path by the Danube River will take you to the very centre in about 15 minutes.

    • Hostel VegasHostel Vegas, tel.: +421 2 526 227 77
      If you are looking for accomodation in Bratislava, then why not stay at Vegas hostel with its wide range of quality facilities at cheap prices! We are happy making our guests feel welcomed and for sure we will do everything for you to enjoy your stay in our little - big city, where east meets west.

    • Chopin HotelChopin Hotel Bratislava, tel.: +421 2 322 991 00
      The newly built Chopin Airporthotel opened in June 2009. The hotel is the closest hotel to the M. R. Štefánik International Airport. It is located in direct vicinity to the D1 motorway (connections to all directions – AT, CZ, HU and PL), the Galvaniho Business Centre and the AVION Shoppingpark. Yet, it is only 6 km (10 min drive) to Bratislava´s city centre!

    • Tulip House HotelTulip House Boutique Hotel, tel.: +421 2 321 718 19
      Tulip House Boutique hotel ***** is Bratislavas first true and unique 5* All Suite boutique hotel for demanding clientele. Built in Art Nouveau Viennese Style in 1903 and remodeled in 2008; it prides itself on charm; stylish ambience and offers the highest level of personal services. The hotel has a perfect business location in the heart of the city and is close to the Old Town as well as the Danube River Bank; Government Offices and the Airport.

    • Hotel Blue IIHotel Blue II - Garni, tel.: +421 2 5810 6666
      Hotel Blue Bratislava II - Garni is situated on Hontianska street 4, near to Apollo Business Center, in the part of the city, called Nivy and about 2 km from the historical centre and 7 km from the airport of M. R. Štefánik.

    • GremiumPension Gremium, tel.: +421 2 207 048 74
      The guest house Grémium is located in the heart of historical centre of Bratislava. Grémium is a small quiet and cosy family run business with friendly atmosphere and the staff on high proffesional level who is available for any demanding business traveller, tourist or student.

    • App. ResidenceApartment Residence, tel.: +421 2 527 312 06
      Apartment Residence has a perfect location in the centre of Bratislava in a quiet green courtyard which makes it ideal spot for business and leisure travelers or relocating professionals with most of business ventures and touristic attractions in a walking distance.

    • Hotel AvanceHotel Avance, tel.: +421 2 592 084 00
      The newly built luxury hotel Avance, set in the historical centre of Bratislava, offers accommodation in twenty-six above standard rooms, two super luxury suites and one presidental suite. Hotel offers also modern wellness centre and top-quality services to its visitors.

    • Hotel SkaritzSkaritz Hotel & Residence, tel.: +421 2 592 097 70
      Skaritz Hotel & Residence is a beautiful Old Town boutique hotel. Residence is evocative of the last couple of centuries due to their stylish decor and interior design.

    • FalkensteinerFalkensteiner Hotel Bratislava, tel.: +421 2 592 361 00
      Rarely has the term ”new hotel” been quite as well-chosen as for the Falkensteiner Hotel Bratislava, which offers guests a completely new hotel experience: stylish and modern. The new Falkensteiner Hotel Bratislava enjoys a downtown location and is an ideal starting point to explore the city. Architecture and design create an unparalleled lifestyle atmosphere – a breath of fresh air blowing through the city’s hotel landscape.

    • Bratislava ApartmentsBratislava Apartments Group, tel.: +421 905 711 225
      Welcome to Bratislava-Apartments.com, the home of the first provider of self-serviced furnished apartments for short to medium-term stays in the Old Town of Bratislava.

    • Hotel AlbrechtHotel Albrecht, tel.: +421 2 6720 0091
      Experience the magic atmosphere of a cozy boutique - Restaurant Albrecht's hotel. Hotel Albrecht offers accommodation in twelve above-standard suites, which respect the original layout of the historical building (which is why none of the rooms are identical).

    • Vysokoškolské mesto Mlyny UK ext.Campus Mlyny UK, tel.: +421 2 654 235 20
      Campus Mlyny UK lies in a valley called Slavicie udolie apart from arteries of traffic, even though close to the centre (10 min drive). The capacity of 6500 beds divided in more qualitative classes (apartments, hostel), unrivalled priced, is during summer (July - August) available to the general public. All-year-round accommodation is provided in tripple-bed apartments with facillities.

    • TerezaHotel Tereza, tel.: +421 2 4524 5460
      Hotel Tereza has been built in the style of an American motel and provides our guests with the right amount of privacy and comfort, and furthermore a wide range of services at a reasonable price.

    • SetHotel Set, tel.: +421 2 4910 9600
      A small cosy hotel with English breakfast and the scent of English tea.You will enjoy the airiness and abundance of light in our pleasant hotel interior, where simple and modern also means cosy.

    • RapidHotel Rapid, tel.: +421 (0)903 283 723
      Hotel is situated in the quiet place of Sportcomplex FK RAPID in the outskirt part of the city - Prievoz. There are 3 football fields, one field with artificial lawn and 3 tennis courts.

    • Hotel Holiday InnHotel Holiday Inn Bratislava, tel.: +421 2 482 45 111
      Hotel Holiday Inn Bratislava, member of the Intercontinental Hotels Group, belongs to the best business hotels in Bratislava. Holiday Inn is situated in an important business district near a few new business centers.

    • Hotel BonbonHotel Bonbón, tel.: +421 2 682 979 99
      Hotel Bonbon**** Bratislava is situated in the forest park on the lakeside Velky Drazdiak. Geographical it lies on the right side of river Danube, approximately 13 minutes drive from the centre and 5only 5 minutes from exhibition ground Incheba. The hotel has a straight connection to the main routes to Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Slovakia.

    • Hostel BluesHostel Blues, tel.: +421 905 204 020
    • City HostelCity Hostel, tel.: +421 2 526 360 41
      City Hostel in Bratislava is a newly reconstructed 45 beds hostel for everybody, who is looking for a good quality accommodation in downtown on the Obchodná street, which is the main cultural and business mall.

    • Hotel ArcadiaHotel Arcadia Bratislava, tel.: +421 2 594 905 00
      Luxury Arcadia Hotel 5* is housed in a beautiful 13th century listed building directly in the heart of historic Bratislava. Just few steps away from this leading Slovakia’s boutique hotel, you can easily reach all main Bratislava attractions like Opera house, St.Martin’s Cathedral, Bratislava Castle and Hviezdoslav Square.

    • ZváračZvárač, tel.: +421 2 4924 6600 - 761
      The accommodation facility is located in a quiet area of city quarter called Nové Mesto, not far from the historical centre with a good connection to the national and international railroad and bus transport.

    • UVSÚVS Hotel, tel.: +421 2 547 720 60
      The seat of our Institute for Adult Education and Services is in a picturesque district of Bratislava - Kramare. We offer a wide scale of services such as educational courses, retraining courses, specialized courses, seminars, company presentations, business negotiations, professional and international conferences, workshops and other activities carried out according to your order and demands.

    • DobrovičovaStudent dormitory Dobrovičová
      Used as a hostel in the city centre during the summer holidays months with a capacity of around 300 beds. Shared showers and WC in the corridors.

    • Residence HarlequinResidence Harlequin, tel.: +421 2 6252 0280
      Residence Harlequin is situated on the right river bank of the Danube in modern multifunctional complex, offering an exquisite view on the green embankment of the Danube, looking out over Bratislava – the Bratislava Castle as well as the whole downtown.

    • Pension Zlatá NohaPension Zlatá Noha, tel.: +421 2 547 749 22
      The Zlatá noha guesthouse offers a beautiful view looking down on the city. It is near the Kamzík forest park, which is very popular among residents of Bratislava as a place for relaxing, and where catching a glimpse of a deer or hawk is hardly a rarity.

    • SlovportPension Slovport, tel.: +421 2 434 221 23
      The Slovport guesthouse is situated in close proximity to Bratislava airport, and the largest shopping and leisure centre in Bratislava - AVION (IKEA, Hypernova, Hornbach, ice-rink, 3D cinema etc.). Accommodation in bunks, with each flat unit containing 3 twin and triple rooms with the option of additional beds, bathroom / WC and equipped kitchen with refrigerator.

    • Penzion PrivátPension Privát, tel.: +421 2 659 341 85
      Pension is situated in Stupava-Mást opposite of the bus stop for buses to Malacky. Hotel is 16 kilometres from Bratislava city center.( 15 min. by car ) In 5 kilometres environs there are the Volkswagen Devínska Nová Ves, autopark in Lozorno and TV Markíza in Záhorská Bystrica. Not far from the pension is well-known pilgrimage place Marianka.

    • Chez DavidPension Chez David & Jewish Restaurant, tel.: +421 2 544 138 24, +421 2 5464 6341
      You can find the Chez David guesthouse below the castle in the centre of Bratislava in an attractive tourist area of the city.

    • Hotel ArcusHotel Arcus, tel.: +421 2 555 725 22
      The hotel is situated in center of Bratislava. The hotel rooms are above standard, spacious with different types of luxurious bathrooms. All rooms are furnished with working desk, telephone and the possibility of internet connection. Naturally, the TV, radio and minibar are standard furnishings. The hotel has its own parking boxes, garage and garden.

    • Castle ClubPension Castle Club, tel.: +421 2 5464 1472
      Modern-furnished, bright guesthouse, is situated right in the historical centre on a quiet cobbled street under Bratislava Castle with a beautiful view of the Danube. Thanks to its family atmosphere it is very suitable not only for tourists but also for business clientele.

    • Patio HostelPatio Hostel, tel.: +421 2 529 257 97
      Hostel Patio is the newest hostel in Bratislava situated 5 min walk from historical old town. Avalaible is 24 hour reception, kitchen on each floor, caffee and tee for free, internet access, laundry room and parking for free.

    • GardaStudent dormitory Mladá Garda, tel.: +421 2 4425 3065
      The student accommodation facility of Mladá Garda lies on the outskirts of the city centre (15 min). Offers bunk system in single and twin rooms with shower and WC and the use of sports grounds.

    • MaMaisonMamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava, tel.: +421 2 591 002 00
      Welcome to our Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava, the only complex of 32 fully furnished and serviced apartments in town. Our cosy residence is located in a unique green and residential old-town setting of Bratislava and offers extraordinary views of Bratislava’s historical city centre.

    • TuristHotel Turist, tel.: +421 2 5557 2789
      Hotel Turist is situated in peaceful town quarter Ružinov not far from the historic town centre of Bratislava, in close distance from the culture and congress centre Istropolis, shopping centre Polus, soccer stadiums Slovan and Inter, sport hall Pasienky and park with lake and other sport facilities. Hotel TURIST occupies a prominent location due to easy access to public transport (5-8 min. drive to the town centre) and main transit routes to Vienna (60 km), Budapest, Prague and Krakow.

    • TaxisHotel Taxis, tel.: +421 2 5479 3724
      Small family hotel with standard equipped rooms (WC, shower unit, refrigerator, telephone, TV), and hotel restaurant and bar.

    • Hotel TatraHotel Tatra, tel.: +421 2 5927 2111
      Hotel Tatra has a great position in the center of a dynamicly developing city with a possibility of an easy access to all business activities, as well as Hotel Tatra offers excellent possibilities for relaxation in numerous caffes and bars that are situated in the historical center of the Old City.

    • SpiritHotel Spirit, tel.: +421 2 5477 7817
      Hotel Spirit is on the outer centre of the city near Bratislava central train station. Its special architectonic and colourful exterior makes it a true rarity in Bratislava.

    • SoreaHotel Sorea Regia, tel.: +421 2 5441 4442
      Hotel Sorea Regia is situated on castle hill surrounded by a pleasant and tranquil environment rich in greenery.

    • RemyHotel Remy, tel.: +421 2 4445 5063
      Hotel Remy is in the east of the city of Bratislava, near the feeder roads to the E 75 motorway, Bratislava airport and the largest shopping centre in Slovakia. The journey to the centre by tram takes about 20 minutes.

    • Carlton Blu RadissonRadisson BLU Carlton Hotel, tel.: +421 2 593 905 00
      The first class Radisson BLU Carlton Hotel is located in the heart of old city of Bratislava next to the Opera House and Slovak Philharmonic Hall.

    • Hotel PrimHotel Prim, tel.: +421 2 4425 7106
      Hotel Prim is situated close to the recreational area and lake Zlate Piesky, near Shopping Palace. You will be welcomed by new, clean and comfortable interior. The hotel offers room and apartment accommodation in surprise prices.

    • PremiumPremium business hotel Bratislava, tel.: +421 2 4949 1055
      Business hotel Premium is a new modern hotel with excellent location in business district, only 15 minutes by bus from historic city centre. 42 modern rooms are equipped with bath or shower, write desk, phone, TV-SAT, Internet connection, safe and air-condition.

    • PerugiaHotel Perugia, tel.: +421 2 5443 1818
      Hotel with family atmosphere right in the pedestrian zone of the romantic old town district of Stare mesto. The hotel has a capacity of 14 rooms of European standard.

    • Hotel NivyHotel Nivy, tel.: +421 2 5541 0390 - 5
      Completely reconstructed and modernised hotel is situated in the outer city centre in a quiet location near sports stadiums. The hotel is easily accessible from main international roads and has good transport connections with the city centre (10 min). The hotel has an indoor pool and fitness room.

    • Hotel Michalská bránaHotel Michalská Brána, tel.: +421 2 5930 7200
      Hotel Michalska Brana is located in quiet lane in the heart of Old town with many historic and cultural sights. Right next to the hotel there is baroque tower, Michalska brana, the only memento of original town fort. Michalska street is the main street of legendary Corso with many reataurants coffee and tee-houses.

    • MatyšákHotel Matyšák, tel.: +421 2 2063 4001
      Hotel Matysak has easily accessible coming from Germany as well as the Czech Republic, the main railway-station and the historical old city center are within walking distance. The newly built hotel on Prague Street 15 (Pražská ulica) looms five floors above a historical wine cellar from the year 1904, featuring a contemporary brickwork vaulted ceiling which is extraordinary and unique in Slovakia.

    • Marrol´sMarrol´s Boutique Hotel, tel.: +421 2 577 846 00
      Retro chic in the centre of Bratislava's historic district, Hotel Marrol's is one of the city's most attractive hotels. Set behind a classic, townhouse fasade on a peaceful street not far from the River Danube, it offers a Roman-style spa, inspired Mediterranean cuisine and a fitness centre.

    • KamilaHotel Kamila, tel.: +421 2 4594 3611
      Lies within reach of city public transport at the north east end of Bratislava at the edge of the Šúr nature reserve. Its location is a good guarantee that guests will spend a pleasant and calm time here. The tasteful décor and furnishings of the rooms offer a high level of comfort. The grounds of the hotel offer golf, tennis, horse-riding or the services of the relax centre.

    • InchebaGarni Hotel Incheba, tel.: +421 2 6727 5111
      Hotel Incheba is a part of the exhibitory area INCHEBA Co.Ltd. forming a complex on the right bank of the Danube river. It takes 5 minutes by car from the Berg border, 7 minutes to the center of the city situated on the left bank of the Danube river.

    • EspritHotel Esprit, tel.: +421 902 500 300
      Hotel Esprit is a newly open facility located in district Petrzalka, near the Bratislava Castle, historical centre, Incheba Exhibition centre and Aupark shopping centre. The hotel has convenient location thanks to direct connection to highway bypass to Vienna, Brno and Budapest.

    • IbisIbis Bratislava Centrum, tel.: +421 2 5929 2000
      Hotel Ibis is situated directly in the historic centre of Bratislava beneath Bratislava Castle. 120 air-conditioned rooms are equipped with shower unit/WC, telephone, computer connection and TV. There are 2 barrier-free rooms in the hotel.

    • Hradná bránaHotel Hradná Brána, tel.: +421 2 601 025 11
      First class, newly opened hotel Hradna Brana is located in the unique panoramic surroundings with the view over the vivid domination of the Devin castle. By its own comfort and exclusivity it belongs to one of the highest standard hotels. It provides accommodation, restaurant, congressional and relaxation services on a high level.

    • Hotel EchoHotel Echo, tel.: +421 (0)917 324 622
      Lies in the outer centre near the Pasienky sports hall, ice-hockey stadium, outdoor swimming, and the largest marketplace in Bratislava. Accommodation is in single, double and triple rooms with own bathrooms, and in apartments. The hotel also has a barrier-free room.

    • DružbaHotel Družba UK, tel.: +421 2 6542 0065
      All-year round accommodation in 10 single and 50 twin rooms. Each room has its own bathroom (WC, bath), TV, refrigerator, and telephone.

    • DoprastavGarni Hotel Bratislava, tel.: +421 2 5023 0204
      The hotel can be found in the outer centre of Bratislava with good transport connections. It provides accommodation in standard equipped single, double and triple rooms with TV and radio.

    • Hotel DominikaHotel Dominika, tel.: +421 2 6252 0223
      Hotel Dominika is located near the border crossing Bratislava-Berg, just five minutes from the city centre. Near the Petrzalka railway station, the exhibition and congress centre Incheba, Technopol, Tesco and Carrefour supermarkets and the Aupark shopping and leisure centre. It offers eight fully equipped twin rooms.

    • Dom ŠportuHotel Dom Športu, tel.: +421 2 4924 9398
      The hotel is located in the Nové Mesto district of the city not far from the centre. Nearby there is a lake with leisure activities, the largest sports stadiums in the city and the Polus shopping and leisure centre.

    • Park Inn DanubePark Inn Hotel Danube, tel.: +421 2 593 400 00
      Hotel Park Inn Danube is a four-star hotel located in the center of the city right on the Danube river bank. You can get rooms with a beautiful view of the Danube or a view of the Bratislava Castle.

    • Crowne PlazaHotel Crowne Plaza, tel.: + 421 2 5934 8111
      This first class luxury hotel is situated in the city centre opposite the Presidential Palace, just a few minutes walk to the historic city centre. The hotel offers comfortable accommodation, modern conference facilities and excellent cuisine, with 223 new rooms, 14 spacious apartments and the capacity as a congress venue.

    • ColorHotel Color, tel.: +421 2 491 012 55
      Hotel Color is a city hotel with a good location in district Nove mesto, about 20 minutes drive by tram from city centre. Hotel offers 71 modern rooms equipped with shower, WC, writing desk, telephone, TV-SAT and internet connection. For guests there is a restaurant, lobby bar and parking for free available.

    • Hotel BrixHotel Brix, tel.: +421 2 5479 1979
      Completely new hotel Brix****superior first class started running in September 2007. Hotel is located in wider centre of Bratislava, city part-Kramare. Modern style of building with French windows are aestheticly completed with graceful railings. Interior is formed by elements modern, elegant tuned with Empire style.

    • Hotel BlueHotel Blue, tel.: +421 2 494 922 22
      The business hotel Blue is just 3.5 km from the historic centre and just 9 km from the airport, near the Polus City Center shopping and leisure centre.

    • Hotel BarónkaHotel Barónka, tel.: +421 2 4487 2324
      Hotel Baronka is located at the foot of the Small Carpathians, in the Raca district, which is a well-known winegrowing area. This modern hotel offers high quality accommodation in its 121 rooms (232 beds), 4* and 3* class and offers wide variety of meals and drinks from domestic and international cuisine in cosy environment with pleasant atmosphere.

    • Hotel AvionHotel Avion, tel.: +421 2 4329 2206
      Hotel Avion is located right on the edge of Bratislava, near the airport and one of the city's biggest shopping zones. The Bratislava highway bypass provides easy access not only to the hotel, but also to the city center and the main routes to Austria, Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic. Hotel Avion offers modern and comfortable accommodation in Single and Double-bed rooms equipped with a pleasant interior, free Internet, TV, bathroom, and refrigerator. The hotel's guests have the option of choosing from various types of rooms such as Economy, Economy+, Classic and Suite.

    • Hotel AstraHotel Astra, tel.: +421 2 582 381 11
      Completely renovated hotel is situated in the outer centre of Bratislava near major administrative business centres. In addition to excellent connections with the centre and being just 800 metres from a motorway connection, the hotel also houses the renowned and popular Shang-Hai Chinese restaurant.

    • Hotel AntaresBest Western Hotel ANTARES, tel.: +421 2 5464 8971
      Best Western Hotel ANTARES is situated in the uptown Bratislava in the neighbourhood of Bratislava Castle and offers rest and relaxation, only a few steps from the historic town centre, known for its alleys, restaurants, cafeterias, pubs and modern centres. Belongs to the newest, nevertheless the best and those of highest quality four star hotels in Bratislava.

    • AdonisModena, tel.: +421 2 5859 7293
      Hotel Modena is about 5 km from Bratislava city centre and is a good choice for those seeking good priced but quality accommodation. Accommodation is provided in 15 single rooms, 23 double rooms and 2 apartments.

    • Hostel PossoniumHostel Possonium, tel.: +421 2 207 200 07
      Hostel Possonium is the new hostel in town residing in restored, more than 100 year old house. Hostel is situated in city centre only 10 minutes walk from pedestrian zone where the main sightseeings, restaurants, coffee-houses, bars and clubs are.

    • KrupaHostel Krupa DM, tel.: +421 2 4488 3706
      Hostel Krupa DM is situated in tranquil city district Krasnany on the foot of Little Carpathians, 300 metres from forest and 8 km from city centre (20 min drive). Hostel offers accommodation in small units, two rooms are sharing common shower and toilet. There is a kitchenette and TV room on each floor. Free parking for guests.

    • Film HotelFilm Hotel, tel.: +421 2 5293 1600
      Hotel is situated right in the centre of Bratislava. It has 13 twin and triple rooms available, each room bears the name of a particular movie star. The hotel can accommodate a total of 30 people. The Film cocktail bar with Hollywood style interior, Film restaurant with excellent international cuisine and the friendly professional staff gives the hotel a pleasant family atmosphere.

    • EkonómStudent dormitory Ekonóm
      Reconstructed building in Petrzalka with accommodation in twin rooms with bathroom/WC. In the summer months it has a capacity of 400 beds, but a limited number of vacancies during the school year.

    • Apartments BratislavaApartments Bratislava, tel.: + 421 918 397 924
      Apartment accommodation in central Bratislava in modern and fully equipped apartments. Cheap alternative of hotel accommodation, ideal for short term or long term stay.

    • Apartment Pension IVICA***Apartment Pension IVICA***, tel.: +421 2 6353 0336
      Apartment Pension IVICA*** has 3 comfortable and luxury apartments. This apartments is located in the attractive old part of the village of Marianka (only 1 km form Bratislava –part of ZÁHORSKÁ BYSTRICA) with an undisturbed view overlooking an English garden of the nearby monastery. The apartment is part of a three storey building with total land area of about 600 m2. The complex is equipped with private terraced garden with English loan and park layout. There is garden bower with fireplace and stylish garden furniture.

    • City HotelHotel Bratislava, tel.: +421 2 4821 1436
      Hotel Bratislava is a modern hotel with wide capacity utilization and successful combination of technology and slovak hospitality.

    • AutocampZlaté Piesky Camping Site, tel.: +421 2 4445 0592
      Caravan park lies on the north-eastern bordery of the city, close to highway to Zilina. There is a lake with a beach for 15000 people and all water sail rent. Thanks to its wide sport facilities (water slide, minigolf, table-tennis, tennis, beach-volleyball, street basketball, billiards, playground, fishing, water skiing, WAKEBOARDING etc.) it is an excellent place for summer holiday.

    • Botel MarinaBotel Marina, tel.: +421 2 5464 1804
      The newly opened boat-hotel is anchored on the north bank of the Danube river in Bratislava with attractive views from right under the castle. Just eight minutes by foot from the historic core of the city you can enjoy accommodation here in comfortable single and twin berths and apartments, equipped with air-condition, telephone, TV, internet connection and mini-bar.

    • Botel FairwayBotel Fairway, tel.: +421 2 544 120 90
      The botel Fairway lies on the river Danube in a quiet area in the city centre. There is direct bus tram connection and the motorway in the direction of Vienna, Budapest and Prague is very close. It is approximately 15 minutes walk across the beautiful promenade from the historical heart of the city. It is 800 metres from Incheba - the biggest Congress and Exhibition Centre in Slovakia as the crow flies.

    • WestBest Western Hotel West, tel.: +421 2 54788692
      Best Western Hotel West is situated 10 minutes drive from centre, right in the middle of admirable forest offering more attractions capable for companies and families with children as well.

    • Hotel ApolloApollo Hotel, tel.: +421 2 5596 8922
      Apollo Hotel has been providing traditional, high-level quality service for years. It ranks among the strongest and best hotels on the four-star hotel market. The hotel has gradually undergone a complete reconstruction in a classical style and is constantly undergoing a process of modernization.

    • Aston HotelAston Business Hotel, tel.: +421 2 5363 2038
      Grand-stylish Aston Business Hotel´s main features are modern design, largest rooms in Bratislava, high standard of provided services and individualization of the clients requests.

    • Hotel CarpatiaHotel Carpatia, tel.: +421 2 6477 4864
      Hotel Carpatia is situated approximately 15 km from centre of Bratislava, on the foot of Male Karpaty. Surroundings is quiet and peaceful. There is riding ring close to hotel where you can ride on horseback or to borrow a horse-wagon for scenic trips. The places is suitable also for biking. Close to the hotel you can visit pilgrim place Marianka or ruins of Devin castle with possibility of fact-finding trip.

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    • Museum of Croatian Culture in SlovakiaMuseum of Croatian Culture in Slovakia, tel.: 02/2049 3101
      Croats first arrived in significant numbers in Slovakia during the 16th century, following the Ottoman Turkish occupation of the southern part of the Hungarian Kingdom, which at that time included Croatia. Devínska Nová Ves still has a Croatian-speaking community, and is now the location of the Museum of Croatian Culture in Slovakia, a specialised branch of the Slovak National Museum.

    • Sculpture at St. Martin´s Cathedral
      The earliest surviving monumental work of central European sculpture to be fashioned from lead can be found in Bratislava's St Martin’s Cathedral. It is a sculptural group created by Georg Raphael Donner in 1734 for the main altar of the cathedral. Nowadays the sculptural group is in a side nave of the church, presented as a freestanding work on a quadrangular pedestal. It depicts Saint Martin astride a rampant horse, bending down to a beggar and cutting his overcoat to share it with the poor man.
    • Presidential Palace Garden
      Behind the Presidential Palace (Grassalkovich Palace) on Hodžovo Square is a handsome park (originally the gardens of the palace) with old trees and lawns. It was originally created as a French formal garden and still offers a quiet space away from the bustle of the city. It contains a statue of the Empress Maria Theresa on horseback, the Fountain of Youth by prominent Slovak sculptor Tibor Bártfay, and avant-garde statues by contemporary artists. Dogs and bicycles are not allowed, so it's a safe place to let kids run loose (there is also a small playground).
    • Kostol Sv. MikulášaChurch of St. Nicholas
      This baroque church, dedicated to the patron saint of fishermen and boatmen, was built in 1661 on the ruins of a 14th-century Gothic church. Since 1950 the church has served the Orthodox community.

    • Apponyiho palácApponyi Palace, tel.: +421 2 544 346 90
      The rococo Apponyi Palace nowadays houses the Museum of Viticulture, part of Bratislava City Museum. The palace formerly belonged to Hungarian nobleman Count George Apponyi.

    • Michalská bránaMichael´s Gate
      The bulbous yet elegant copper roof of Michael's Gate is one of the symbols of Bratislava. The roof of the original Gothic tower, built in the mid 14th century, was modified between 1753 and 1758 to give it its current, baroque style.

    • Academia IstropolitanaAcademia Istropolitana
      The Academia Istropolitana, the first humanist university in the former Hungarian kingdom, was founded in Bratislava by King Matthias Corvinus in 1465. This was of immense significance for the development and spread of humanist philosophy in the Hungarian kingdom. One of the European pedagogues who taught here was Johannes Muller Regiomontanus (1436-1476), who lectured on the movement of the Earth around the Sun 100 years before Galileo. Today the building houses the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava.

    • Bratislava CastleBratislava Castle, tel.: +421 2 544 114 44
      The castle, on a hill above the old town, dominates the city of Bratislava. It features in the first written reference to the city, which appears in the Annals of Salzburg of 907, in association with a battle between Bavarians and Hungarians. The castle hill was populated as early as the late Stone Age; its first known inhabitants were the Celts, who founded a fortified settlement here called ‘Oppidum’.

    • DevínDevín Castle, tel.: +421 2 657 301 05
      Devín Castle, a national cultural monument, is located at the foot of a cliff above the confluence of the Danube and Morava Rivers. This strategically important site has been settled since the late Stone Age by a succession of groups, from the Celts to the Romans, the Goths to the Lombards, and many more.

    • St. Martin´s CathedralSt. Martin´s Cathedral
      Bratislava's three-nave Gothic cathedral is built on the site of a previous, Romanesque church, dedicated to the Holy Saviour, from 1221. After 1291, when Bratislava was given the privileges of a town, the church was rebuilt to become part of the city walls (its tower served as a defensive bastion). The present church was consecrated in 1452.

    • Dom U dobrého pastieraHouse at the Good Shepherd
      This four-storey rococo house was built in the 1760s to fill a wedge-shaped area between two converging streets. It has an extremely narrow front, one room and a staircase wide, and is regarded as one of the most attractive houses in Bratislava. It got its name from the statue of Christ ('the Good Shepherd') inset into the corner of the building. Today it houses a Clock Museum with a unique exhibition of sixty historical clocks.

    • Františkánsky kostolFranciscan Church and Monastery
      The Franciscan Church, consecrated in 1297, is one of the jewels of Slovak Gothic architecture, although its façade has been rebuilt in the baroque style. It contains an original Gothic crossed arcade corridor and the 14th-century chapel of St John the Evangelist ranks among the rarest Gothic monuments in Slovakia.

    • Ganymedova fontánaGanymede´s Fountain
      This fountain was designed in 1888 by Bratislava-born V. Tilgner (who also created the putti on the adjacent Opera House). It depicts figures from ancient mythology: an eagle carries the young Ganymede to the top of Mount Olympus, on the order of the Goddess Dia, so that he can serve the Gods. On the upper part of the middle basin there are sculptures of aquatic creatures and, lower down, the central column is surrounded by figures of children holding four types of fish from the River Danube – carp, catfish, sander and pike. From the fishes' mouths water cascades into the basin. The figures on the fountain were cast by the firm A.M. Beschorner from Budapest.

    • Grassalkovichov palácGrassalkovich Palace
      This rococo summer palace was built in 1760 for the chairman of the Hungarian Royal Chamber and advisor to Empress Maria Theresa, Count Anton Grassalkovich. The sumptuous house was a sought-after venue for aristocratic society events. The palace is now the official residence of the President of the Slovak Republic.

    • Jezuitský kostolJesuit Church
      This large late-Renaissance church was built by Pressburg's German protestant community in 1636-1638 but confiscated from them in 1672 and given to the Jesuits the following year. The interior includes a beautiful rococo pulpit by Ľudovít Gode, a pupil of sculptor Georg Rafael Donner, and altar paintings by Franz Xaver Palko.

    • Kaplnka Sv. KatarínySt. Catherine’s Chapel
      St Catherine’s Chapel was built at the request of Cistercian monk František of Colomba in 1311, on what is now Michalská Street. The chapel belonged to the Cistercian Order until the beginning of the 16th century, when it passed to the Capuchins. The interior is original Gothic and the façade is in the Classicist style. The main altar incorporates a picture of St Catherine and statues of St Francis and St Anne, while a side altar is dedicated to the Virgin Mary.

    • Kapucínsky kostolCapuchin Church and Monastery
      Dedicated to St Stephen of Hungary, this church belongs to the Capuchin order, which arrived in Bratislava in 1676. The church was consecrated in 1717. It is characterised by its simple decoration, although a statue of St Stephen is located above the main portal. In front of the church is a plague column dedicated to the Virgin Mary, from 1723.

    • Keglevichov palácKeglevich Palace
      The decoration above the doorway of the Keglevich Palace consists of two lions and the coat of arms of the ancient Croatian Keglevich family with a baronial crown. Countess Babetta Keglevich, a talented pianist, was both a pupil and a good friend of Ludwig van Beethoven, who dedicated his Sonata for piano in E, opus 7, and several other small compositions to her. During Beethoven's nine-day visit to Bratislava in 1796 he organised a music academy in the palace. Today it houses the Danish Embassy and company offices.

    • Kernov domKern House
      Kern House stands on the corner of Rybárska brána (Fisherman's Gate) and Hviezdoslavovo Square. Fisherman's Gate was one of the four entrances to the mediaeval city (the others being Lawrence's, Michael's and the Vydrická Gate).

    • Kalvínsky kostolCalvinist Church
      This neo-Romanesque Calvinist Reform church was designed by architect Franz Wimmer and built in 1913. It displays characteristics reminiscent of the Chicago school of architecture. The site was previously occupied by the main post office, which now stands across the square.

    • Milosrdní bratiaThe Monastery of the Church of the Merciful Brothers
      This early-baroque complex of buildings dates from 1728 and incorporates a church, monastery and hospital. Its broad façade, including a square tower, looks out over SNP Square. The hospital played a significant role during the plague of 1710-1713, and also in the revolution of 1848-1849. However, only men were cared for in the order's hospital; women were treated in St Elizabeth's Hospital on Špitálska Street. The main painting on the church's altar, The Visitation of the Virgin Mary, was painted by the Austrian artist Martin Speer.

    • Kostol Kanonistiek Notre DameThe Church and Monastery of the Canonesses of Notre Dame
      This complex was built in 1754 and was planned as a four-winged structure with a single-nave church in the west wing. However, the canonesses, who provided education for girls, were unable to complete the whole building because of a lack of money. Nonetheless, a large part had already been built and remains to this day, adjacent to the Opera House.

    • Klarisky kostolChurch and Convent of the Order of St. Clare
      This Gothic church, owned by the Order of St Clare, was built in 1302 on the site of a former monastery. The interior later acquired its ornate baroque decoration. Its dominant architectural feature is its five-sided tower. The attached convent was once a grammar school at which the composer Béla Bartók and the Slovak inventor Jozef Murgaš were educated.

    • Kostol TrinitárovTrinity Church
      Constructed in the first half of the 18th century, originally to serve the Trinitarian order, this church has been the parish church of the Holy Trinity since 1854. The church interior has superb vaulting and contains a painting by A. Galli Bibiena (1740). The architectural design of the church is similar to St Peter's in Vienna.

    • Kutschersfeld PalaceKutschersfeld Palace
      This is the smallest rococo palace in Bratislava, and was owned by the steward of the king’s property in Magyarovar, Count L. von Kutschersfeld. It was built on the corner of Main Square (Hlavné námestie) and Sedlárska Street in 1762. The significant Russian composer and pianist A.G. Rubinstein lived and worked in the house in 1847. Since 1991 the palace has been the home of the French Embassy and the French Institute.

    • Lekáreň SalvatorPharmacy Salvator
      This neo-renaissance building was constructed by pharmacist Rudolf Adler in 1904. The baroque interior, which dates from 1727, is now part of a private collection. The building's facade incorporates a stone statue of the Christ the Saviour by Alojz Rigele.

    • ManderlákThe Manderla Building
      The Manderla Building, with its eleven floors, was the city's first high-rise building and was for a long time known as 'the Bratislava skyscraper'. It was built in 1935 by architects Ernest Spitzer and Christian Ludwig. Originally, the first floor was occupied by a café, the Grand, and a sign on top of the building, 45 metres above street level, advertised the owners name: Bratislava meat wholesaler Rudolf Manderla.

    • Zsigray’s MansionZsigray’s Mansion
      This late-renaissance building dates from the mid 17th century but has been renovated several times. It is one of only two original buildings on Židovská Street to survive the late-1960s demolition work that preceded construction of the New Bridge. After its most recent restoration, the building reopened in 1993 as the Museum of Jewish Culture in Slovakia.

    • Modrý kostolíkThe Blue Church
      Officially known as the Church of St Elizabeth of Hungary, but commonly referred to simply as 'the Blue Church' for obvious reasons, this is Bratislava’s most appealing art nouveau building. Its style, sometimes known as Hungarian Secession, is repeated in the nearby grammar school on Grösslingová Street. Both were designed by Budapest architect Edmund Lechner and built in the early twentieth century (the church was consecrated on 11 October, 1913).

    • De Pauli´s PalaceLeopold de Pauli’s Palace
      This palace was built for the main administrator of imperial property on the king’s estate, Leopold de Pauli, in 1775-1776. It was designed by architect Franz K. Romisch. Within the property is a garden with a charming rococo musical pavilion. Franz Liszt performed in the first-floor lounge of the palace in 1820. The palace and the pavilion are now part of the University Library.

    • Palác Uhorskej komoryPalace of the Hungarian King
      This baroque palace was designed by the imperial architect G.B. Martinelli in 1753-1756, and housed the Hungarian Diet in the 19th century. In 1847-1848, Ľudovít Štúr, the leader of the Slovak national movement, who was at the time a member of parliament for the city of Zvolen, defended Slovak interests here. Since 1953 the palace has been the home of the University Library.

    • Pálffyho palácPálffy Palace
      This palace was built in the middle of the 19th century by Count Jan Pálffy, who was then Bratislava's highest official. During the most recent reconstruction, archaeologists uncovered the remains of a Gothic 13th-century house with a 14th-century tower. But the most significant find consisted of casting moulds from the Celtic period of settlement, proving the existence of a Celtic mint in the town. At present, the palace houses the Bratislava City Gallery's collections of Gothic paintings on glass, pictures from the Dutch and Flemish masters of the 17th and 18th centuries and works by Italian masters from the 17th and 19th centuries. Part of the premises is also devoted to temporary exhibitions.

    • Primaciálny palác - dnes sídlo primátoraPrimatial Palace
      The Primatial Palace (1778-1781) was built on property originally belonging to the archbishop of Esztergom. The façade of the palace is in strictly classical style. On the roof are allegorical statues by J. Kögler and F. Prokop as well as vases by J. A. Messerschmidt. Atop the tympanum is the coat of arms of Cardinal Jozef Batthyányi, the first occupant of the palace; an iron model of his hat, weighing 150kg, crowns the building.

    • RedutaReduta
      This sumptuous building, dating from 1911-1915, was built in eclectic style on the former site of a baroque granary from the 18th century, according to a design by Budapest architects D. Jakab and P. Komor. Lavish balls continue to be held in the Reduta building to the present day. Normally, the concert hall is the seat of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra and serves as the venue for the annual Bratislava Music Festival. However, the hall is currently undergoing extensive renovation which is due to last until 2011. In the meantime, the Slovak Philharmonic is performing at the nearby Slovak National Theatre.

    • Rolandova fontána pred Starou radnicouMaximilian´s Fountain
      The Maximilian fountain was built in 1572 in the Austrian stone workshop of Andreas Lutringer, with a financial contribution from Hungary's King Maximilian II. However, it is better known as Roland’s Fountain. It consists of a massive circular tank 9 metres in diameter. In the middle of the tank stands a 10.5-metre-high column topped by a statue of a knight in armour said to represent the knight Roland, a legendary defender of the city's rights. Others consider this to be a statue of Maximilian II.

    • Segnerova kúriaSegner´s Mansion
      Segner’s Mansion was built in 1648 for the rich Italian merchant Andreas Segner. His son, Johann Andreas Segner, achieved fame by inventing the Segner-wheel, a type of water turbine still used in irrigation systems. Segner Jr was also a well-known doctor, physicist, professor of science and mathematics, and a member of several scientific associations. The portal of the building is adorned with mythological figures such as a merman and a mermaid.

    • SlavínSlavín
      The gigantic Slavín war memorial is visible from much of the city. On a hill overlooking the castle, it commemorates the city's liberation by the Red Army in April 1945. It is also a cemetery for 6,845 Soviet soldiers who died during the battles for the city and the surrounding region that took place in the final weeks of World War II.

    • SNDSlovak National Theatre
      Bratislava's opera house – known officially as the historical building of the Slovak National Theatre – is a Neo-Renaissance-style building opened in 1886 as the City Theatre, according to the design of Viennese architects F. Fellner and H. Helmer.

    • Stará radnicaOld Town Hall
      The history of the Old Town Hall dates back to the beginnings of the mediaeval town in the 13th century. It was then that the original Romanesque house of Mayor Jakub became the property of the city. Over the course of time Unger's House and Pawer's House were annexed to it.

    • Stara tržnicaOld Market House
      A 15th-century bastion, part of the city's mediaeval fortifications, once stood on the site of the present-day Old Market House – or Stará tržnica. In 1910 the present building, which was the first covered market in Bratislava, was erected according to an eclectic design by František Nechyba. In front of the market building is a fountain called The Lion with Coat of Arms. The fountain was assembled from parts of an older fountain and renovated in 1937. Near the fountain, under a glass canopy, the remnants of the walls of the 11th-century St Jacob's Chapel are visible.

    • Zelený domGreen House
      The Green House is mentioned in records from as early as the 15th century as a venue for County Parliament and Municipal Council meetings. It has seen many events and uses. Originally it was an inn selling wine; in the 17th century the trials of anti-Habsburg conspirators were held here. Later, in the 18th century, the rear of the building was rebuilt as a theatre where the town's citizens saw plays by Molière and Shakespeare for the first time. Actors also performed in the Green House for Empress Maria Theresa and her family. The house became a local landmark because of its painted green facade and rooms. The building was decorated with green ornaments of plants and figures, a style which was in vogue during the late Gothic period. On the top cornice is a Biblical stone relief showing Joshua and Caleb carrying bunches of grapes from Canaan.

    • Erdödyho palácErdödy Palace
      The rococo Erdödy Palace was built in 1770 according to a design by Mathew Walch. Originally Count George Leopold Erdödy, the head of the court and the chairman of the Hungarian Royal Chamber, bought the four houses on the site. The buildings were then converted into a luxurious palace by his second son, Jan Nepomuk Erdödy. Once the work was completed concerts and operas were performed in the palace. The Erdödys even had their own private opera group. An extensive renovation in the 1990s restored the facade and its paintings to their original, brilliant rococo appearance.

    • Hotel Radisson SAS CarltonRadisson Blu Carlton Hotel, tel.: +421 2 326 612 90
      On the present site of the Carlton Hotel, now known as the Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel, there were originally three inns – 'At the Green Tree', 'The National' and 'At the Hungarian King' – which were rebuilt, joined and later renamed. In 1896 the first film performance in Bratislava was presented in the hotel's Fencing Hall, and from 1905 films were regularly screened here in the city's first permanent cinema, The Electro-Bioscop, which had a capacity of 200 seats. During their visits to the city, guests like Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Edison and German zoologist Alfred Brehm stayed at the hotel. From 1928 to 1930 Milan Michal Harminc was responsible for the complete conversion of the old inns into one hotel, which was renamed The Carlton. The three buildings were joined into one with a common facade, and extended to three floors, which created what at that time was the biggest hotel in Bratislava, with 400 beds. The hotel reopened in 2002 after a major reconstruction.

    • Mirbachov palácMirbach Palace
      The rococo Mirbach Palace was built in 1768-1770 by Bratislava brewer Michael Spech. Its last private owner, Emil Mirbach, left the palace to the city with the wish that it be used to house the City Gallery. This wish was granted and now the building houses a permanent exhibition of central European baroque paintings and statuary, as well as a space for short-term exhibitions. The palace's courtyard fountain is decorated with a sculpture, Triton and Nymph by Viktor Tilgner, depicting a woman on the shoulders of a mighty half-snake half-man.

    • Zichyho palácZichy Palace
      This neo-classical palace, formerly owned by Count Franz Zichy, today serves as a venue for civil wedding ceremonies and cultural events. In the early 19th century the composer Heinrich Marschner, one of the founders of German Romantic opera, served as a music teacher for the Zichy family.

    • Pallugyaiov domPallugyai House
      This neo-baroque palace was built at the end of 19th century for wine merchant Franz Pallugyai. It was formerly the site of what was the oldest house in the city, known as the Burg (castle) because of its height and shape. Back when the city had no town hall the municipal council used to meet here. During the 18th century its four floors and high roof made it the tallest building in the city.

    • Kostol a kláštor uršulínokUrsuline Church and Convent
      The Ursuline Church and Convent was named after the order of the sisters of St Ursula, who arrived in Bratislava in 1672. They came from nunneries in Cologne, Vienna and Liege in order to raise the daughters of aristocratic and burgher families. The Ursulines had the main altar built with a statue of the Madonna which is an exact copy of the Virgin Mary from Loreto, Italy. The wood from which the statue is carved comes from the Holy Land.

    • Múzeum J.N.HummelaJ.N.Hummel Museum
      A house in its courtyard on Klobučnícka ulica is marked as the birth place of the Baroque composer and piano virtuoso Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837), even though in reality Hummel was not born here.

    • Fontána Sv. Juraja s drakomFountain of St. George and the Dragon
      This Renaissance fountain in the courtyard of the Primatial Palace depicts the struggle of St George and the dragon. His life is part of the 'Golden Legend', which was extremely widespread in early Christian Europe. According to this legend, George was an officer in the Roman army who came upon a town terrorised by a dragon. In desperation, the people chose victims for the dragon by tossing a coin. George intervened when the king's daughter had lost the toss, and proceeded to kill the dragon with a spear. Whether George existed or not, he became a symbol of the battle against evil, and a symbol of the conquest of Christianity over heathens.

    • The Waterless Well
      This well was intended to supply Bratislava Castle, but despite tunnelling to below the surface of the Danube the original well-diggers were frustrated by a 3.2 m - thick granite slab. If they had succeeded in drilling through it they would have reached a water supply fed from the Alps.
    • County HouseCounty House
      In 1844 this 17th-century building, formerly a Trinitarian monastery, was rebuilt and became County House. Its redesign was overseen by prominent Bratislava architect Ignaz Feigler. County House was used to hold sessions of parliament before the Slovak Parliament building next to Bratislava Castle was completed.

    • GerulataGerulata Roman Remains, tel.: +421 2 628 593 32
      Gerulata was a Roman military camp and settlement in which soldiers and civilians lived from the second half of the 1st century to the end of the 4th century. Archaeologists have excavated its remains and it is now a museum in the Bratislava village-district of Rusovce (the museum, which is open in summer, can be reached by taking the turn at the Church of St Mary Magdalene in the village).

    • Hrobka Chatama SoferaChatam Sofer Memorial, tel.: +421 2 544 169 49
      This memorial is named after the influential Chief Rabbi of Pressburg Moshe Schreiber, also known as the Chatam Sofer, who was one of the leading figures of 19th-century European Judaism. His grave, and that of 22 others, is all that remain of a 17th-century Jewish cemetery which was destroyed in 1943. The graves were covered for decades by a concrete slab until, at the turn of the century, architect Martin Kvasnica was commissioned to design the present complex, which adheres to the strict requirements of the Halakhah (Jewish law) as well as being a striking piece of modern design.

    • ParliamentParliament
      Slovakia's parliament, or the National Council of the Slovak Republic as it's formally known, occupies one of the city's best positions, on a cliff above the Danube close to the castle. Don't go expecting the Gothic splendours of the Palace of Westminster or the Hungarian Parliament Building in Budapest: this is a rather more utilitarian affair. That said, it is less of a hassle to visit than most national parliaments: tours are conducted every working day at 2pm, or at other times by request.

    • TapiserieUnique Series of Tapestries
      This series of six tapestries, which ranks among the most precious exhibits of the City Gallery, can be found on display inside the Primatial Palace. The tapestries were woven at the royal tapestry works in the English town of Mortlake, near London, in the 1630s. They are based on designs by the German artist Francis Cleyn and depict scenes from Greek mythology, in this case the tragic love of Hero, priestess of Aphrodite, for the young Leander.

    • Nový mostThe New Bridge
      Constructed between 1967 and 1972 across the Danube river, the New Bridge – also known as the SNP Bridge, after the Slovak National Uprising – is perhaps the city's most distinctive structure. Its designers, J. Lacko and A. Tesar, decided to suspend the steel deck of the bridge from a single pylon. At the top of the pylon, at a height of 80 metres, is a restaurant connected to the bridge itself via an inclined high-speed lift housed within one of the pylon's columns, as well as via an emergency staircase with 430 steps inside the other column. The bridge is 431.8m long and 21m wide. The total mass of the steel structure, including the pylon, is 7,537 tons.

    • Súsošie sv. MartinaSculpture at St. Martin´s Cathedral
      The earliest surviving monumental work of central European sculpture to be fashioned from lead can be found in Bratislava's St Martin’s Cathedral. It is a sculptural group created by Georg Raphael Donner in 1734 for the main altar of the cathedral. Nowadays the sculptural group is in a side nave of the church, presented as a freestanding work on a quadrangular pedestal. It depicts Saint Martin astride a rampant horse, bending down to a beggar and cutting his overcoat to share it with the poor man.

    • the book passageThe Passage
      This permanent exhibition at the Bratislava City Gallery's Pálffy Palace site (Panská 19) offers a unique experience. A stroll through the mirror-lined Passage, made up of some 15,000 books, represents a kind of symbolic "short cut across the world", according to the gallery. Passage (2004) is the work of Slovak artist Matej Krén.

    • Busty MesserschmidtaUnique Busts by Messerschmidt
      Busts representing human natures, their physiognomic acts, grimaces and moods were created by excellent sculptor Franz Xavier Messerschmidt (1736-1783). The biggest series of portraits is in Vienna, some of them can be also found in Bratislava‘s collections of the Slovak National Gallery, nevertheless, prevailingly just in casts.

    • presporacikPrešporáčik
      Prešporáčik (a play on the old Slovak name for the city, Prešporok) is a 'mini train' providing city sightseeing tours through the otherwise traffic-free historic streets of the old town. Some tours also include the castle. The service runs daily, usually from 9.30am to 5pm, according to demand.

    • Danubiana Meulensteen Art MuseumDanubiana Meulensteen Art Museum, tel.: +421 2 625 285 01
      Bratislava's newest major gallery opened in September 2000, at a dramatic site on a peninsula jutting out into the Danube River, about 15 kilometres south of the city centre. The Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum is named after the river that surrounds it, and its sponsor, the Dutch collector and art patron Gerard H. Meulensteen.

    • ÚĽUV Design Studio, tel.: +421 2 529 641 53
      Stály výstavný priestor v centre Bratislavy, výstavná sieň pre komorné výstavy mladých autorov – talentovaných remeselníkov a dizajnérov, zameraných na tradičné postupy a výrazové prostriedky starých remesiel, výstavy študentov dizajnu
    • GMB - Mirbachov palácBratislava City Gallery - Mirbach Palace, tel.: +421 2 544 315 56
      The rococo Mirbach Palace, which houses a branch of the Bratislava City Gallery, was built in 1768-1770 by Bratislava brewer Michael Spech. The last private owner, Emil Mirbach, left the palace to the city with the wish that it use the premises for the City Gallery.

    • GMB - Pallfy palacBratislava City Gallery - Pálffy Palace, tel.: +421 2 544 336 27
      This branch of the Bratislava City Gallery is housed in a palace built in the mid 19th century by Count Jan Pálffy, then Bratislava's highest official. During the most recent reconstruction, archaeologists uncovered the remains of a 13th-century Gothic house with a 14th-century tower.

    • TapisérieBratislava City Gallery - Primatial Palace, tel.: +421 2 593 562 04
      The Primatial Palace, regarded as the most beautiful Classicist building in Bratislava, was built in 1778. Entry to the palace offers visitors the chance to see its famous Hall of Mirrors, the scene of many historic events, most notably the signing of the Peace of Bratislava following Napoleon's victory over Austria-Hungary at the Battle of Austerlitz in 1805.

    • ÚĽUVÚĽUV Gallery, tel.: +421 2 527 313 43 - 5
      The ÚĽUV Gallery is one of the best places to see Slovak arts and crafts. It's a permanent exhibition space in the centre of Bratislava specialising in exhibitions by contemporary producers of folk art, craft-oriented design and creative folk art. ÚĽUV is a state-financed institute set up to support production of folk art products in cooperation with makers. As well as the gallery, the ÚĽUV site in Bratislava also sells folk art products, craft supplies and materials, produces folk costumes and sewing to order, and puts on courses, publishes on the subject of folk art and maintains a library.

    • Bratislava CastleHistorical Museum - Bratislava Castle, tel.: +421 220 483 104
      Bratislava Castle is the site of the Historical Museum, a branch of the Slovak National Museum (SNM). It documents the development of society in Slovakia from the Middle Ages until the present day. It holds extensive collections of coins, furniture, visual arts, clocks, historical weapons, glass items, porcelain and ceramics, fashion accessories and silver articles.

    • Archaeological MuseumArchaeological Museum, tel.: +421 2 592 072 75
      This museum, a branch of the Slovak National Museum, contains a collection of treasures from Slovakia's distant past and various archaeological finds from the early Stone Age up to the 13th century.

    • Nature Science MuseumNatural Science Museum, tel.: 02/2046 9122
      The Natural Science Museum, a branch of the Slovak National Museum, focuses on the research, documentation and presentation of the natural environment, in particular within Slovakia. Its collections – containing approximately 2.4 million objects – make it one of the most important natural science museums in Europe. The Natural Science Museum is located by the Danube River, a few minutes' walk from the old town.

    • Devín CastleDevín Castle - National Cultural Monument, tel.: +421 2 657 301 05
      The national cultural monument of Devín castle is located at the foot of a cliff above a confl uence of the Danube and Morava rivers. The area has been settled in since the late Stone Age.

    • Múzeum FleischmannaArthur Fleischmann Museum, tel.: +421 2 541 312 11
      This museum is devoted to the life and work of Bratislava-born sculptor Arthur Fleischmann (1896-1990), whose professional career spanned six countries and four continents. The museum's permanent exhibition contains a collection of ceramic pieces from Fleischmann's early period (in the 1930s) as well as a selection of sculptural works that he created after 1938.

    • Museum of the History of Bratislava - Old Town HallMuseum of the History of Bratislava - Old Town Hall, tel.: 02/5910 0847
      This museum, part of the Bratislava City Museum, presents the history of crafts and trade, the coronation of the Hungarian kings, science, technology and the cultural life of Bratislava. It includes exhibitions on the archaeology and history of the city, and on its mediaeval jails, and a view over Bratislava from the tower.

    • Múzeum farmáciePharmacy Museum, tel.: +421 2 541 312 14
      This museum is housed in a former pharmacy, known as 'At the Red Crayfish', which still contains many of its original fittings. Its exhibits include ancient pharmaceutical literature, scales, dishes and other historical equipment from the museum's collection of several thousand items.

    • Múzem hodínMuseum of Clocks - House at the Good Shepherd, tel.: +421 2 544 119 40
      Housed within one of Bratislava's finest rococo buildings, this exhibition of antique timepieces covers clockmaking from the late 17th to the late 19th century. It includes a unique set of mobile sundials from the 17th and 18th centuries, portable and wall clocks, alarm clocks and some examples of wristwatches. Most of the exhibits are signed by Bratislava master clockmakers.

    • Múizeum J.N.HummelaJohann Nepomuk Hummel Museum, tel.: +421 2 544 338 88
      Devoted to the composer and virtuoso pianist Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837), this museum is housed in a small renaissance-style courtyard house. The exhibition is part of the Bratislava City Museum and presents Hummel's life and work, as well as Bratislava's musical traditions. A piano is displayed on which the young Johann Nepomuk, a protégé of Mozart, learned to play.

    • Múzeum židovskej kultúryMuseum of Jewish Culture, tel.: 02/2049 0101
      Slovakia was once home to a thriving Jewish community, but it was largely destroyed during World War II and Bratislava is now one of the few Slovak cities where a sizeable Jewish community still exists. However, the city's Jewish legacy was further damaged by postwar building projects. The large Moorish synagogue that once stood close to St Martin's Cathedral was demolished prior to construction of the New Bridge in the 1960s, as was most of the ancient Jewish quarter under the castle.

    • Múzeum kultúry karpatských NemcovMuseum of Carpathian German Culture, tel.: 02/5441 5570
      Slovakia's German community has played a significant role in the country's history. This museum covers all fields of life of Carpathian Germans – clothing, textiles, domestic and craft production, industrial products, works of art and sacral objects. The museum is situated in a reconstructed building on Žižkova Street (no. 14), between the castle and the river, and documents the almost 900-year-long history and culture of Germans in Slovakia.

    • Múzeum kultúry MaďarovMuseum of Hungarian Culture in Slovakia, tel.: +421 2204 912 58
      Hungarian-speakers are Slovakia's largest minority. The Museum of Hungarian Culture in Slovakia is a specialised museum of the Slovak National Museum that focuses on the history and culture of Hungarians in Slovakia. It is located in the reconstructed Brämer manor house on Žižkova Street.

    • Múzeum zbraníMuseum of Arms - Michael´s Tower, tel.: +421 2 544 330 44
      The Museum of Arms includes displays on the history of Bratislava's fortifications, various types of bladed weapons, tournament arms, and the development of firearms. It also documents the crafts used in the town's defences, as practised by Bratislava's metalworkers and gunsmiths. The museum's top floor provides access to the gallery of Michael's Tower, from which there is a fine view over the historical centre of Bratislava and its surroundings.

    • palace cinemasPalace Cinemas, tel.: +421 2 682 022 22
      Multiplex Palace Cinemas, najväčšie a najviac navštevované kino na Slovensku, bol otvorený v máji 2002 v obľúbenom nákupnom centre Aupark v Bratislave. Náš multiplex je často využívaný na usporiadanie slávnostných premiér a Medzinárodného filmového festivalu Bratislava.Okrem bežných filmov ponúkame aj filmy pre náročných divákov, zaradené do sekcie ART Palace. Všetky kinosály sú klimatizované.

    • Slovak Philharmonic, tel.: +421 2 592 082 33
    • SNGSlovak National Gallery - Water barracks, tel.: +421 2 204 962 43
      The Slovak National Gallery was founded in 1948 as the top state institution in the fields of art history, art collecting, scientific research, culture and education. The gallery in Bratislava consists of a complex of buildings. The central building was originally a four-wing baroque residence on the Danube embankment (hence its name: the Water Barracks) built in 1759-1763 (after a design by architects G.B. Martinelli and F.A. Hillebrandt). This was later reconstructed and an extension was built (1969-1977; designed by architect V. Dedeček) to meet new requirements.

    • Hlavné námestieBratislava City Museum - Old Town Hall, tel.: +421 2 591 008 11
      Bratislava City Museum was founded by the Bratislava Resident's Association in 1868, and its first exhibition opened in 1872. It comprises several institutions, including the Museum of Arms at Michael's Tower, the Pharmacy Museum, the Museum of Clocks and the national cultural monuments of Devín Castle and the former Roman settlement of Gerulata.

    • Antická Gerulata RusovceAncient Gerulata, tel.: +421 2 628 593 32
      Gerulata is a country museum (only open in summer) on the site where archaeologists excavated the remains of a Roman military camp and settlement. Soldiers and civilians lived here from the second half of the 1st century to the end of the 4th century. The museum can be reached by taking the turn at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene.

  • Nightlife
    • AligatorAligator Rock Pub, tel.: +421 2 4319 1094
      Welcome in the Alligator Rock Pub, a bar located in the center of the City of Bratislava, which will make happy all fans of rock music, LIVE concerts and spontaneous evening and night entertainment.

    • Apollon Gay ClubApollon Gay Club
      Apollon gay club is the oldest gay club in Slovakia and the only one official gay disco in Bratislava. Club is favorite place for gays in all age categories. Our agreeable young staff makes your visit nice and memorable.

    • BarParadaBar Parada, tel.: +421 949 755 966
    • BastionBastion Pub, tel.: +421 2 5564 6316
    • DeZwaanCafé De Zwaan, tel.: +421 2 5441 9166
    • HavanaCasa del Havana, tel.: +421 910 797 222
      Casa del Havana cocktail bar & restaurant offers you a great amount of excellent Cuban cocktails and it is the right place where you can have fun with your friends. During the week you can spend a nice time here and experience a bit of Cuba until 3 am. We will be pleased to prepare your celebration or an enjoyable company party.

    • CaseyCasey, tel.: +421 2 6541 3049
    • redutaCasino-Cafe Reduta, tel.: +421 2 5443 2021
    • Cirkus BarokCirkus Barok, tel.: +421 2 5464 2091-3
      Lodný bar. Priamo na dunajskom nábreží, v blízkosti pešej zóny, so živou hudbou a zaujímavo komponovanými večermi v duchu crazy, recesie alebo aj erotiky.

    • Club 39Club 39, tel.: +421 6542 3989
    • CocolocoCocoloco Cocktailbar, tel.: +421 903 564 994
    • DowntownDowntown, tel.: +421 2 5443 4317
    • Irish PubDubliner Irish Pub, tel.: +421 2 5441 0706
    • Eden pubEden Pub, tel.: +421 2 5273 1253
    • El DiabloEl Diablo, tel.: +421 2 546 421 01
      Haciena Mexicana is a name of a stylish Mexican restaurants, whose origin goes back to 1994. The part of the expanding restaurant network operating under this trademark on the franchising principle are the restaurants located in Czech republic and Bratislava.

    • ElamElam Club, tel.: +421 2 6542 6304
    • Harley Davidson Pub, tel.: +421 2 4319 1094
      Welcome to the Harley - Davidson Bar & Restaurant - a place rated under best TOP 10 in entertainment in Slovakia. 5 open full-serve bars, air-conditioned saloon, restaurant, BBQ grill, large patio, kid’s playground, easy-access parking lot, and friendly staff, all this in a comfortable Western-Mexican style is looking forward to see you.
    • Hlava xxiiHlava XXII, tel.: +421 903 725 557
    • HysteriaHysteria Pub, tel.: +421 905 529 995
    • Channels, tel.: +421 910 944 782
    • charlieCharlie Club, tel.: +421 2 527 314 93
    • Jazz CafeJazz - Café, tel.: +421 905 500 168
    • Karaoke Coctail Bar, tel.: +421 905 263 912
    • KartellKartell Club, tel.: +421 949 881 181
    • KristianKristian Beer Pub, tel.: +421 2 5441 9851
    • Lemontree - upútavkaLemonTree, tel.: Reservations: +421 2 544 112 44
      You will be welcomed with original Thai cuisine, which offers healthy food, many vegetables and exceptional taste. The spicy - a coctail bar will fascinate you with drinks with the use of different spices as well as with its style and servicing.

    • MaleconMalecón, tel.: +421 910 274 583
      If you are looking for a place that reflects the atmosphere and energy of Havana, Malecón is the best place. Malecón was always considered to be the Gate to Havana, the Gate to the heart of Havana. We hope that Havana will be part of your heart and that our Malecón in Bratislava will be the gateway to it. Welcome to Malecón - the real flavor of Havana.

    • mananaMaňana Pub, tel.: +421 915 548 099
    • Medusa Bar and Restaurant, tel.: +421 2 5464 7344
    • nu spiritNu Spirit Bar, tel.: +421 905 865 566
    • OlympicOlympic Casino, tel.: +421 2 5463 0141
    • radostRadosť Chill Out Bar, tel.: +421 907 723 678
    • randalRandal Club
      Live and wild rock´n´roll music club

    • regencyRegency Casino, tel.: +421 2 5443 2377
      REGENCY CASINO invites you to its cosy property full of luxury and comfort situated direct in heart of Bratislava – at Crowne Plaza Hotel. You may find a big portion of excitement in Regency and earn some nice cash every single day and night you spend with us! Regency Casino – this is not only a place for those being rich – thousands of visitors annually our a clear proof of this. So visit us and get yourself happy!

    • Rum Club - upútavkaRum Club, tel.: Reservations: +421 2 544 112 44
      It is just a few steps from the LemonTree restaurant and Sky Bar to the facility basement. The Rum Club, a unique institution in Bratislava, is hidden there. The database, which includes 200 rums from around the world, is available. Guests will find there rums from Jamaica, Venezuela, Guyana, Barbados, Martinique, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Peru, Dominican Republic and even from India.

    • Las VegasSAINT-TROPEZ - Disco & restaurant, tel.: +421 904 964 084
    • Sky Bar - upútavkaSky Bar, tel.: Reservations: +421 2 544 112 44
      Enjoy an unforgettable gastronomic experience in a restaurant with a unique view of red roofs of the Old Town and Castle Hill. The lift will carry guests from the Lemontree to the Sky Bar. You have both dominants of Bratislava – the Castle (Hrad) and the Cathedral of St. Martin's (Katedrála sv. Martina) in view and the whole promenade is pulsing beneath your feet.

    • sparxSparx, tel.: +421 903 403 097
      Night Club SPARX belongs to the most sought after discos in Bratislava. Its visitors are solvent people with range of culture kmowledge. A lot of famous DJs of Slovak radios participate in the music programe every month to avoid any repetition and to bring something new for the visitors everytime. This programe has become very popular so we have started the system of reservations of Friday and Saturday nights which fully works nowadays.

    • cafe studio clubStudio Cafe Club, tel.: +421 2 5443 1796
    • subclubSubclub, tel.: +421 2 5441 1183
    • Trafo Music Bar, tel.: +421 2 2092 2744
      Are you fed up with space shortages in night bars and slow reactions of bartenders? Reserve a table and enjoy a Bottle Service. You won’t have to wait for multiple orders. All you have to do is to order a bottle of your favourite drink and we will guarantee a room in the best night bar in Slovakia for you.
    • umelkaUmelka, tel.: +421 2 5263 4754
    • UniqueUnique Club, tel.: +421 911 435 661
  • Leisure
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