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Historic neighborhood filled with charming narrow lanes, burgher's houses and nobles' palaces in addition to many of the city's important buildings such as the former Palace of the Hungarian Estates, the late-Gothic building of the Academia...more
All reviews old town day trip narrow streets lots of restaurants souvenir shops walk around christmas market beautiful architecture small city european cities few hours on foot lovely city the main square visited bratislava train station nice walk
Very unimpressive. I walked around the whole old town area in less than 20 minutes. There is only a few shops to see. The place seems depressing. As a whole I found Bratislava very boring and wanted to leave after the first day.
We very much enjoyed walking around the streets of old Bratislava, but it almost got claustrophobic since there were so many large tour groups walking together.
That being said, it is a very beautiful place with stunning Architecture. The Christmas market is beautiful and wished...More
Things to see, statues dotted around the town all gave there little stories. Architecture worth looking at and lots of history. You can walk everywhere, because your never far from anything and it's the best way to get the best views
I have been to Bratislava several times now and I think their Old Town is simply stunning.
My twin brother Stephen and I are here now for six nights and we will be visiting the Old Town each and every day.
The wonderful Baroque architecture...More
Really enjoyed walking around old town. Lots of shops and small alleyways. But, one member of our group was pickpocketed. She opened her pursue to make a purchase and while she was turned to the clerk, had her wallet taken. Seems there is much more...More
Bratislava Castle is the main castle of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. The massive rectangular building with four corner towers stands on an isolated rocky hill of the Little Carpathians directly above the Danube river in the middle of Bratislava
Bratislava exceeded my expectations! The Slovakian people were extremely welcoming and friendly, which is so important for me when solo traveling as this puts me at ease. The city is quaint and wonderful to explore. There is so many quirky cafes/restaurants in the old town....More