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Stm Muzeum Dopravy

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Stm Muzeum Dopravy

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Sancova 1/A, Bratislava 811 05 Slovakia
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Bratislava Hlavná Station3 min
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Bratislava from Vienna by bus with lunch & beer tasting
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Bratislava from Vienna by bus with lunch & beer tasting

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Venture to a new country—and see the best of Bratislava—in one day on this tour from Vienna. In the morning, head to the Vienna International Busterminal, hop aboard your coach, and travel roughly one hour. Upon arrival, meet your guide and go for a walking tour through Bratislava’s picturesque Old Town. Then, enjoy a hearty meal before finishing at a local brewery, where you’ll sample different traditional beer styles.
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&tilly wrote a review Sep 2020
Bratislava, Slovakia159 contributions1 helpful vote
A cute little place with old automobiles, nice old Škoda models. Nothing crazy, but if you like this kind of thing, it is not far from the center.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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PhilipRylah wrote a review May 2020
Bratislava, Slovakia231 contributions102 helpful votes
Easy to get to, by the main railway station, and with its own parking by the front door. It was better than I expected with an interesting mix of vehicles and other transport memorabilia, tidy and well-put together. And it just cost a few Euros for the family. There was also a small children's area though that part was closed at present because of the virus. It would have been interesting to have been able to get on a historic train on the tracks outside, but perhaps that will be possible also in future.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Elina wrote a review Jan 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom59 contributions21 helpful votes
Decided to pay this museum a visit as we had an afternoon to spare and it was close by. Definitely worth the visit! Loads of old cars and other bits and pieces, but the best part was definitely the trains. Never seen anything like that before and absolutely loved the experience! You get to walk through the old train cars and could even enjoy your lunch in the restaurant car. There's not much English so there wasn't much to read if you don't speak Slovakian, but this didn't make the experience any worse. The tickets were 2€/person for students so definitely worth the money.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Virginiatravel1 wrote a review Jan 2020
392 contributions93 helpful votes
We stumbled upon this transportation museum while scouting out the walk to the train station. It is well worth a visit even if you are not a huge car fan. There are many interesting vehicles and even though there is not much English, you can still enjoy looking. It is chilly there in the winter, but you will still enjoy your visit.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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TUFC wrote a review Dec 2019
Dunblane, Scotland78 contributions34 helpful votes
This museum is located up near the main train station. The ladies selling entrance tickets have very little English and most of the exhibits only have information in Slovak. Google translate helped . If you want to take photos you need to pay an extra 2 euros . It is in an old station and is unseated so wrap up warm if its freezing outside . That said it is a good museum with road rail and ship sections . Best was the car and motorbike sections which had a good selection of iron curtain vehicles and a surprising number of Indian motorbikes . There were two special exhibitions , one a room of curios and one an exhibition in bakerlite both of which had English descriptions and were surprisingly interesting There was no cafe when we visited and we popped rounded to the station for a coffee and to get warm afterwards
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Date of experience: December 2019
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