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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 cafes and restaurants walk around christmas market small city few hours european cities on foot beautiful architecture the main square visited bratislava train station nice walk walking tour michael's gate
We just all loved this part of the town. I think we spent more than 50% of our time here in between trips to sightsee. Lots of decent eating places, lots of places to stop for a beer or glass of wine, and cute little...More
We had a lovely stay in bratislava as a family of 4. Lots of things to do with kids. The zoo and Dino Park is a must. Zlaty piesky and the aquapark in scenic are also worth a visit. On our last day, we went...More
Not the best old European town.
It has a bit of everything but nothing is the best and does nothing better than any other main european city of a similar age. It doesn't have the old town feel. Gift shops have nothing to offer and...More
We visited a lot of cities in Eastern Europe but the Old Town of Bratislava is one of the bigger ones. Plenty of restaurants, bars & beautiful buildings. Bigger than the Old Towns in Bucharest or even Prague is suppose. Prices are higher than in...More
We cycled here from Vienna. It was a beautiful site after a long day out on the bike The old town is charming with so much history, lots of coffee shops and restaurants with traditional food. The buildings a spectacular and the streets are clean....More