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Visiting the city

You know the feeling - it’s winter and too cold outside to get active and explore the world. Do not let colder weather discourage you from travelling. Winter has its own magical charm. Bratislava has a fairytale landscape that looks...
Bratislava’s narrow streets, colorful Old Town, socialistic architecture combined with modern buildings and the vivid social scene create the perfect setting for a photographer. In this post, we profile 10+ Instagram accounts we think you should follow. Whether you are...
TOP REASONS WHY VISIT BRATISLAVA Slovakia is known for having some of the most beautiful girls in the world (girls, don’t worry, we have handsome guys as well!), being cheap (mainly for tourists coming from Western countries) and having great...
If you are part of at least one social network, you already know they are a great source of beautiful pictures. We could not help ourselves from giving credit to some amazing photos that have crossed our way, taken by...
Don't leave your smartphone behind when planning your trip to Bratislava – it might come in handy! We have made some research on mobile apps that will help you make the most of your time while you're visiting out...
The official ones, those shot by people who like this city or by those who just recorded a video because they like filming. This is the list of our favorite videos of Bratislava. Which do you think is the best...
Bratislava City Card offers discounts and various benefits for all visitors of our capital city. The offer of the card is thematically divided into sightseeing tours, galleries, museums, transport (public transport, passenger shipping, taxi, car rental), restaurants and cafes ,...
Here is a list of typical Slovak things to try in Bratislava - Slovak food to taste, beverages to drink and souvenirs to look for. Get inspired and have fun! 1. Eat bryndzove halusky, the Slovak traditional meal. 2. Drink Zlatý bažant,...
Bratislava is the capital city of Slovakia and lies at its southwestern edge. It has around 500 000 inhabitants and the national language is Slovak. If you are wondering whether you need to speak Slovak to get around here,...
Coming to Bratislava and wondering what useful phrases might be essential to learn upfront? Here are some tips for you in order not to get lost, be able to greet people, ask for help or get by in a...