Welcome to our city!

Welcome to the city of hospitable friends. The rich and complicated history together with unique location make Bratislava a city with charming atmosphere. Here you can find a helpful guide through the most interesting and most important places you should see and visit in Bratislava.

It has been created in a way, that will help you plan your visit here, inspire your decisions about trips you may take, or advised an experience you will never forget. It is a work of people who love this city, have been living here their whole lives and know all its corners.

We believe you will love Bratislava too.

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Bratislava Christmas Market

Price: 35,00 €

December is the traditionally the month when Hlavné, Františkánske and Hviezdoslavovo squares in Bratislava are alive with magical Christmas atmosphere. The most beautiful part of the town is full of savour of various delicacies and Christmas carols can be heard. It is full of people and good humour. One can find handicraft products, ceramics, wood, […]

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Day of open Wine Cellars

Price: 50,00 €

This event supports the tradition of driniking the young wine. Every year gives you oportunity to look directly into the cellars of wine producers.This year wine cellars of the Small Carpathian Wine Route opens it’s doors on 20 to 21 November 2015. It allows wine lovers to taste wines from all over the Small Carpathian […]


Jazz star Lizz Wright

Bright jazz star Lizz Wright will perform 18th of May on the stage together with our currently most interesting young songwriter catharsis from 19.00h. LIZZ WRIGHT, 18. may, Atelier Babylon Bratislava​ OPEN JAZZ FEST, 17. – 18. july, Zelená Voda

Czechoslovak fortification museum

Czechoslovak fortification museum

Czechoslovak Fortification Museum presents pre­war Czechoslovakia and its massive fortification system built in only three years, even before Adolf Hitler overmastered hearth of Europe and began the second World War. Panzer loopholes, massive walls of reinforced concrete, weapons and special fortification weapons and equipment, can be found restored within Museum B­S 4 in Bratislava. Come […]


Schloss Hof

Schloss Hof is a palace located in Austria near the border of Slovakia. It once belonged to Prince Eugene of Savoy who purchased it late in his life in 1726, He had it enlarged in the Baroquestyle by the architect Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt in 1729, and used it as an elaborate hunting lodge. He left it to a niece in his will, and […]



You can sail to Vienna with Twin City Linner or a “rocket” from the passengers port in the city centre. A Slovaklines bus will take you there from the bus station through Wolfstahl, Hainburg, and Schwechat airport. Slovaklines bus goes also directly to an outlet centre in Parndorfe. You can also go by train from […]



Price: 30,00 €

SLOVAKIA RING is a professional and versatile motor sports complex and home of the first national racing circuit with homologation from Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA). In addition to top notch motor sports, SLOVAKIA RING gives clients the unique opportunity to hone their driving skills, experience the rush of speeding down the track, perfect their […]

Water Mills

Water Mills on the Little Danube

There are four historic watermills preserved at the Little Danube. Watermills on stilts are in Jelka, Tomášikovo and Jahodná and ship mill is in Kolárovo. There is also one mill at the Klátov branch near Danubian Klátov (Dunajský Klátov). Nowadays mills are turned into open-air museums.


Sailing on the Little Danube

It is in the beautiful environment of Danubian Lowland where the water is moderate and suitable also for families with children. You can go and see the amazing water mills in Jelka, Tomášikovo and Jahodná plus you can try the thermal baths in Topoľníky.

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