Sunday, October 21, 2018
(source: travelpassionate.com) For many, Vienna and Bratislava are a pack when it comes to Central European destinations. The two capitals are separated by merely 60 km, making it a must to visit Vienna if in Bratislava, and the other way...
(source: unsplash.com) The topic of access is one that is fundamental, not just to wheelchair users but to anyone with limited mobility. There are many stores, public spaces, even streets that are not providing the facilities and access that are so...
What do you think about the public transport in Bratislava? Which places should you surely visit while in town? Where to go for a short trip get-away or have a great swim in summer? Here are some top tips...
We are having a special winter time right now. It looks like this season wants to say „bye“ too soon to our city, with some days having too much sun and warm weather. Our newest team member Nati took advantage...
You might have heard the term free tour or free walking tour sometime before. And you might have also been thinking, what does this concept mean exactly? Why would somebody give a free tour and spend time with unknown people...
My husband and I sharing his first Thanksgiving. I convinced him to carve the bird. And So It Begins . . . My Facebook feed is filled with posts in the days leading up to Thanksgiving lamenting the 82 °F...
Bratislava offers plenty of bars and clubs to have fun in the evening, with different kinds of music and designs that fits plenty of tastes, however the challenge you will always find is to know which venue is good,...
Many travelers argue the best way to explore a city is by walking. You get the best feel for a city directly through your feet. You take things more slowly and get to experience the place on a deeper,...
Bratislava is a city that offers tourists history and culture – this is probably mentioned by every tourist guidebook. Whether online or on paper, you can read about the glory of the St. Martin's Coronation Cathedral, the unsettling fates...
Foreigners love Bratislava. Maybe not all of them, but surely a big part does love the Slovak capital. Why? Because the beer is cheap, of course! Seriously, there are many reasons. A lot of Erasmus students and workers from...