Popular Accommodations in Bratislava
- Three-Country Triangle Austria-Hungary-Slovakia
- Danube bank on both sides
- 30 specialized museums
- Bratislava Castle
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Surrounded by dense forests, the centre of the metropolis is characterised by the dreamlike river promenade and magnificent architecture. In the midst of stately buildings and sights you will find an excellent apartment or a modern vacation rental which is only a few minutes walk from restaurants, supermarkets and public transport.Wonderful accommodations in green surroundings
In a central location in Bratislava you will also find quiet, wooded residential areas that offer you a relaxing atmosphere. At the edge of protected areas such as the Danube floodplains or green areas such as the Medical Garden or Horsky Park, you will find local recreation not far from the lively city centre.
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Location and orientation
In the extreme southwest of the country, Bratislava covers an area of 367.66 square kilometres in the region of the same name. With around 426,000 inhabitants, the city is the political, economic and cultural centre of Slovakia.cityscape of the metropolis
Bratislava is located directly at the border triangle of Austria, Hungary and Slovakia and stretches with 17 districts on both sides of the Danube. In the west and north of the river, the districts lie in the Danube lowlands, the remaining districts are characterised by hills of the Little Carpathians.
Bratislava is an attractive destination for so-called medical tourists. 3,000 visitors alone undergo eye surgery every year.
Travelers and Activities
The former coronation city offers visitors a wealth of cultural-historical sights, traditional customs, stately treasures and enchanting architecture. In the 30 specialized museums you will learn interesting facts from prehistoric times to modern times. You also have access to the city's most important buildings such as Bratislava Castle, Grassalkovic Palace, Primatial Palace and St. Martin's Cathedral.Varied excursions with the family
A varied entertainment programme awaits young and old guests. In the city area and the surrounding countryside you will find great excursion destinations such as Cerveny Castle, which served as a backdrop for fairytale films such as Princess Fantaghirò. You can raft through the arms of the Danube or explore the city on horseback. The Dino amusement park, the zoo or the Senec aquapark ensure that boredom is a thing of the past.
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On the left bank of the Danube, the magnificent Bratislava Castle towers on an 85-metre-high rocky promontory. The historic 9th century estate can be visited and houses the Bratislava Historical Museum and the Crown Jewels of the Hungarian Kings.Impressive art
In the Slovak National Gallery visitors can view changing exhibitions of national and international artists. Famous works of renowned painters and photographers are dedicated to architecture, nature or portraits, in addition to social and historical themes.Adventurous river trip
Several passenger ships of the city offer promising trips with expert accompaniment on the Danube. The 75-minute trip to Vienna is particularly popular.