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Bratislava, the coolest city in Central Europe! Though lacking the cosmopolitan aura of other European destinations, everyone searching for cheap airtickets to Bratislava admit that it’s an extraordinarily charming city. In Bratislava you’ll walk around a famous old town, taste delicious traditional meals in fashionable restaurants, listen to the latest music hits from jazz to opera and meet a beautiful, welcoming and friendly bunch of people who will most likely become true friends! Book your cheap accommodation in Bratislava and forget all about the big city’s fuss, queues and crowds. With River Danube in front of you, just walk the city and get to know all of its hidden treasures first-hand!
Within less than a decade, Bratislava, Slovakia’s capital, has been transformed from a post-war communist slum to a European capital of 500,000, now more fashionable than ever!
The refurbished city centre includes medieval castles, towers and fortifications, attracting more and more visitors in search for the fairy-tale spot of their dreams.
Founded in 1993, Bratislava is one of Europe’s youngest capitals – and the only one that shares borders with two different countries, Hungary and Austria!Modern Bratislava nowadays sees many contemporary buildings popping up here and there, restaurants, cafes, music scenes and popular hangouts for locals, visitors and students that have flocked the city. Book now, find the cheapest air fares to Bratislava and be prepared to have a trip like no other!
Bratislava’s international airport (Letisko M. R. Štefánika) is located 9 kilometres northeast of the city centre, accessible solely by buses (61, 96, N61).
Getting around Bratislava
You can get around Bratislava using the tramway (8 lines) and the trolley network (13 lines). Fares start at 0.70€ and minimum taxi fare should cost around 3.00€.
A walk around Bratislava’s Old Town would be a perfect way to start exploring this wonderful city. Lots of historic buildings and traditional architecture are to be found there!
You start at the St. Michael’s Gate, guarded by the St. Michael’s Tower, built in three parts and during three different eras (14th, 16th and 18th century). Inside you’ll find a collection of medieval armoury. You can climb up the tower’s top and admire a beautiful view of the Old Town.
Continue to the main square, where the old Town Hall is located, now housing the Bratislava Museum. Around the square, you shouldn’t miss the Grassalkovich and the Primate’s Palaces, both of great historical importance.
It was in the Hall of Mirrors of the Primate’s Palace that the Treaty of Pressburg between France and Austria was signed by Napoleon the Great, in 1805.
Up next, two significant religious sites are not to be missed:
- St. Martin’s Cathedral, Bratislava’s oldest and largest church, traditionally used as a coronation temple by the Hungarian kings.
- St. Elizabeth’s Church, also known as the Blue Church, a true Art Nouveau masterpiece.
Leaving the Old Town, head to the top of the hill looming over River Danube, to see Bratislava’s most important and famous landmark, the Castle! Once used as a royal seat, this legendary castle dominates the Little Carpathians.
Can’t get enough of castles? Visit the Devín Castle or, to be precise, the archaeological site of the castle. Where Danube meets Morava, this used to be a military area – even crossed by the Berlin Wall. It’s now an interesting historic site, topped by the elegant Maiden Tower.
Before you leave the city, take a walk across the Most SNP Bridge, to get a taste of modern Bratislava - you cannot miss this UFO-like futuristic construction!
Bratislava’s official language is Slovakian. Other spoken languages are English and German.