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15.6.2010Danube Cruises
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The River Danube is one of Bratislava's great assets and it's possible to take sightseeing cruises on the river as well as ferries to Vienna.
Nina Turčanová
15.6.2010Bike Tours
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The Travel Agency LUKA - TOURS which specialises on Bratislava sightseeing tours on foot, by bus, by sightseeing boat and by bike opens the bike rental and bike storage on Fajnorovo nábrežie/embankment at the children's playground on 15th May 2010. You can rent your bike and go cycling to know the city, people and have a great time. Bratislava offers great possibilities for safe and easy cycling on the bike paths along the Danube and Morava rivers.
Nina Turčanová
15.6.2010Small Carpathian Wine Route
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A very popular sightseeing tour driving trough the historic viticultural towns of the Small Carpathian wine region, also known as the Small Carpathian Wine Route. You will participate in a wine tasting in the historic wine cellar where you will sample delicious local wines.
Nina Turčanová
15.6.2010Devín Castle
Devín Castle
Devín Castle is a national cultural monument and one of the most significant archaeological sites in Slovakia. Devín Castle is situated above the confluence of the Danube and Morava rivers, boasting a superb view over the countryside and neighbouring Austria. The castle was an ancient stronghold of Celts, Romans and Slavs and important noble seat until 1809 when it was blown up by Napoleon’s troops.
Nina Turčanová
15.6.2010Bratislava Castle
Bratislava Castle
Bratislava Castle is a symbol and dominant feature of Bratislava. Currently, the castle houses expositions of the Slovak National Museum and some of its premises are used by the Slovak parliament. The castle´s reconstruction has been completed recently and it´s now opened to visitors.
Nina Turčanová
15.6.2010Bratislava Old Town
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Bratislava Old Town is the most beautiful part of the city. Guided tours offer you a return to the rich history and grandeur of the heart of old Bratislava. You will see the oldest and most beautiful parts of Bratislava: Primatial Square – Old Town Hall – Main Square – Franciscan´s Square – Michael´s Gate – Ventúrska Street – Panská Street – St. Martin´s Cathedral...
Nina Turčanová
14.11.2009What to see
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Bratislava is justly considered a city of music. In the past, giants of music like Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Rubinstein, and Hummel have written and performed here. The present-day ballet and opera of the Slovak National Theatre are world-renowned for their classical performances and have produced opera stars like Peter Dvorský, Lucia Popp and Edita Gruber...
Nina Turčanová
8.10.2008Bratislava is a right place to feel the atmosphere of autumn flavours.
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Autumn in the foothills of the Small Carpathians is traditionally a time of harvest celebrations. Wine and the immature burčiak fermented grape juice dominate the drinks list, while husacina (roast goose) is the king of the fall menu.The peak autumn season offers the traditional goose festivities also in most Bratislava´s restaurant. History of the cuisine has been keeping its tradition already for more than 100 years in the villages situated near Bratislava - Slovensky and Chorvatsky Grob.
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