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Bratislava has 5 bridges. Read about their history and check out their photos! THE OLD BRIDGE The first bridge over the Danube river in Bratislava has had many names, such as Bridge of Emperor Franz Josef, Štefánik's Bridge or Bridge of...
Our beautiful city through the eyes of Robert Majo – a photographer who captures not only amazing landmarks but the beauty of the life in different ways. We are bringing you now a selection of his amazing photographs of some of...
This is a city guide to all the people who don’t need to eat at the traditional pubs when traveling abroad, who like to visit the cool cafes and little shops instead, and only have one day to spend in...
Considered as one the most beautiful buildings in Bratislava for its pale pink and white exterior. It was built in the 18th century and offers large oil portraits of Habsburg royalty, sparkling crystal chandeliers and tapestries. The Hall of...
Come to have a look at the 7th largest hanging bridge in the world. Get a panoramic view on the whole Bratislava from the open-air observation deck on top of its UFO-shaped cupola. Refresh yourself in a fine dining restaurant or a bar...
The largest and finest, as well as one of the oldest churches in Bratislava in which Queen Maria Theresa was crowned. It is the second most popular tourist location in Bratislava. Its 85 m high spire dominates Old Town’s...
Some of the most photographed attractions of Bratislava are its sculptures in human size located all over its Old Town. These statues add a modern touch to our historical center and make it even more attractive. As they are eye...
It is the main tourist attraction and the most significant symbol of Bratislava. The Castle which in the past was controlled by Great Moravia and for almost 200 years stored the crown jewels of Hungary, nowadays hosts many expositions...

KAMZIK TOWER

Kamzik Tower is an actual TV tower and the second highest point of Bratislava. On its top, there is an observation deck from where you have a perfect view on the whole city and you can even see the territories...
Like from a fairy-tale. Bratislava’s most appealing art nouveau building, a model of which is present in Brussels as well, representing Slovakia. When you look at it on a sunny day, it has the same color as the sky – and...

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