Sunday, October 21, 2018
Bratislava used to be the coronation city of Hungarian kings for almost 300 years. Between years 1536 and 1830, 10 kings, 1 queen (Maria Theresa) and 8  royal spouses were crowned in the St. Martin’s Cathedral in Bratislava. Since the...
Looking for tips on how to enjoy Bratislava on budget?  We have compiled a list of things you can do this summer while having a blast in our capital without having to dig deep in your pocket. 1. SWIM IN...
Bratislava is well known to travelers as a quaint day-trip city, whether via the structured tour group wandering around Old Town or for the adventurous types making their way here from surrounding tourist destinations. While we disagree that BA...
Escape the mundane with a new perspective on nature and experience an arboreal accommodation in Bratislava – just 15 minutes drive from the city center! This tree house is an ultimate hideaway for those wanting to get back to...
There is a place in Bratislava you would probably never find during random city wanderings. Located outside the center in a former chemistry school, with the pretty strange name “The New Thread Factory,” it doesn’t really evoke a creative...
A flat in a former factory? Or a restaurant at a market place? Nowadays it is cool and hip to give a second chance to old buildings and reuse them for a completely different purpose. This trend leads to...
Our Old Town is full of beautiful squares of different sizes and style with interesting monuments and amazing history to tell. Do you know which square used to be called "Hitler's Square" or which had the first ATM machine...
Whether you travel alone, in a couple or with friends, it is always nice to come across some interesting people on your way. Meeting your country’s patriots, getting to know locals or just hanging out with people of different nations...
One of the most beautiful periods of the year in Bratislava is definitely during the last weeks of the year, when people celebrate the scents of Christmas on the street markets. Yes, we are talking about the traditional Christmas markets....
A recent issue of Monocle highlighting the most desirable places to live made a special footnote about Bratislava: we have the “cheapest beer in the world.” Slovakia is famous for its beer and, as many travelers across Europe and...