Holidays to Bratislava
Set along the Danube River, Slovakia's capital city is geographically unique with hiking and cycling trails through the Little Carpathian mountains on its doorstep and bustling cafes and bars lining its 18th Century town centre. Perfect for nature lovers and culture vultures alike, contrasts are part and parcel of the Bratislavan experience - no one visit to the city will ever be the same.
The city's hilltop castle, and now a museum, is mostly a 1950s reconstruction after a fire in 1811 left it in ruins.
Museum of Jewish Culture
This 3 floor museum centres around the Jewish community lost during WWII. Explore the many 'then and now' photographs.
Bratislava Old Town
Walk around this beautiful pedestrian only old town and you'll feel as though you stepped back in time.
UFO Observation Deck
The capital's iconic road bridge has a panoramic observation deck with magnificent views over the Danube river.
A local speciality similar to gnocchi, bryndzove halusky is served with sheep's milk cheese.
The most popular local soup is called kapustnica, a hearty broth made of sausage and sauerkraut.
Nu Spirit Club
Two floors hosted by different DJs and a popular drinks menu ensure this intimate club fills up on a nightly basis.
A cave themed bar that stays open til late, you'll be dancing to house and hip hop music well into the morning.
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