Bratislava travel guide

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You're Going to Love Bratislava

Bratislava has come into its own as the vibrant capital of Slovakia following the breakup of Czechoslovakia. It has a beautiful medieval center, complete with narrow, winding streets and a striking hilltop castle looking down on the Danube. The city has a long and proud history, from being the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Hungary to the fall of the Soviet era in the Velvet Revolution of 1989.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Bratislava

What to do in Bratislava

Bratislavský hrad
Televízna veža na Kamzíku
Slavín War Memorial
Modrý kostolík

When to Visit Bratislava

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Bratislava has a temperate continental climate, with dry, warm summers. June-August is an ideal time to visit.

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How to Get to Bratislava

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Where to Stay in Bratislava

The Patio Hostel on pitálska is a good budget option, with rooms from EUR11. Devín on Riečna is a lovely four-star traditional hotel right in the city center, with rooms from EUR100.

Popular Neighborhoods in Bratislava

Most popular hotel in Bratislava by neighborhood

Staré Mesto

Where to stay in popular areas of Bratislava

Most booked hotels in Bratislava

How to Get Around Bratislava

The Cost of Living in Bratislava

Shopping Streets

Bratislava has a number of good shopping malls, such as Aupark, Eurovea and Central, with the usual mix of fashion and department stores. Stare Mesto is better for souvenirs.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk in Bratislava will cost around EUR0.70 and a dozen eggs are EUR1.71.

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Where to Eat in Bratislava

Zylinder cafe & restaurant on Hviezdoslavovo square has traditional dishes with a modern twist, with mains from EUR10. Praná bata on Zámočnícka has excellent local fare with a fixed price daily menu from EUR5.50.