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Key-Box Check-in Apartments by AmbienteThe Key-Box Check-in Apartments by Ambiente offers self-catering apartments in Bratislava, a 15-minute walk from the old town. Free WiFi access is available and a la carte breakfast is served during work days in a restaurant reachable within 100 metres.Book now
Hotel Blue GarniHotel Blue Garni offers modern accommodation situated only steps away from the Apollo Business Center and the Eurovea Complex, with Bratislava's historical centre reachable within 2 km. This hotel is air-conditioned by a ceiling-cooling system, and free WiFi is available throughout.Book now
Marrol's Boutique HotelMarrol's Boutique Hotel is 5-star hotel located in Bratislava city centre, within a walking distance to the historical Old Town. Parking is available in the underground garage with monitored camera system, WiFi is free of charge throughout the hotel.Book now
Apartmán Old centre - Rybárska bránaSituated in the heart of Bratislava and the Bratislava Castle reachable within 700 metres, Apartmán Old centre - Rybárska brána offers a self-catered accommodation with large windows offering historical centre and seasonal markets views. Free WiFi available in all areas.Book now
Downtown Bratislava B&BLocated in Bratislava, 1.3 km from St. Michael's Gate, Downtown Bratislava B&B provides accommodation with a garden and private parking. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a sun terrace. The accommodation features luggage storage space and free WiFi throughout the property.Book now
APARTMENTS, HOTELS, HOSTELS AND BAD AND BREAKFAST IN BRATISLAVA
The capital of the Slovak Republic, following its entry into the Euro area, is rapidly growing economically and is now an excellent destination for tourism.
Orderly, clean, quiet, full of things to see, lots of young people and a nice nightlife, Bratislava is definitely a first class destination. The center is a large pedestrian area and is certainly the most interesting part of the city.
The bronze statues representing various characters, the Church of St. Elizabeth, also known as the Blue Church, the New Bridge, the Castle of Bratislava, the Gate of Bratislava, the Cathedral of St. Marino, are all located in the city center and easily visited. Treat yourself to a nice walk.
The Castle of Bratislava, with its unmistakable silhouette that constantly scrutinizes the city, dominates from the top of a hill and is also the seat of the Slovak Parliament. From here, walking along Zidovska street, you reach the New Bridge. The Nový Most, built about thirty years ago, has a futuristic appearance, very similar to a UFo, as the locals call it. Climbing to the top of it, you can admire a beautiful view of the city.
Walk through the old town (Staré Mesto): around the main square (Hlavné namestie) you will find, in addition to the Town Hall, a myriad of restaurants and bars. A little further on, through alleys and alleys, you will reach Hviezdoslav Square, which houses the National Theatre and the Philharmonic Theatre.
The entire old town is dotted with bronze statues, depicting the most diverse subjects, from Napoleon to a photographer, from girls sitting on a mailbox to a man coming out of a manhole.
Bratislava is perfect for a visit of a couple of days.
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Latest reviews for places in Bratislava
I liked that everything was pretty close. Bakery, book/newspaper store, supermarket.Daniel reviewed Excellent Location 2 in Bratislava I
Plus: It was just next to the gate of the city center.
Fantastic location in the heart of the old town. I would fully recommend to anyone holidaying in Bratislava as most landmarks are a stone's throw away. Monika was very helpful and easy to get hold of. The flat was exactly as described. Thank you!Patrick reviewed Excellent Location 3 in Staré Mesto