On the bank of the Danube, roughly halfway between Vienna and Budapest, lies Slovakia's capital Bratislava. Its charming Old Town (or Staré Mesto), nestled in a sea of communist-era flats, is compact and easily explored by visitors.
From the Bratislava Travel Guide
We were very pleased with our stay at apartments and would for sure booked it again if we come to Bratislava. Sincerely recommended! ... more
Excellent apartment and such great value! Has all facilities and more. Really does feel like home away from home. So lovely to have your own bathroom and kitchen facilities. Location was great, leisurely walk along river or just a couple stops on the tram from old town. ... more
Positive: very friendly owner, helpfull, good service, taxiservice from and to airport at reasonable price. Negative: not written in the advertising.... kitchen was shared with other appartment, sanitary across the hall where the other guests had to walk through.... no privacy. Appartment indeed had sauna, but it was not included. ... more
Hi, I'm new to this website but have already found it to be extremelly helpful. I'm planning on going away for a week in march and was wondering if anyone could give me some advice. I'm hopefully going to go to Budapest - 3days, Bratislava - 1day and Vienna - 3days. Can anyone give me some advice ...
Short stay in Bratislava
hello friends all over the world, In a few weeks, I'm staying in Bratislava for 4 days. I'm looking for nice places to visit, cheap places to stay, ... , just some good advice. Hit me! annie (Belgium) ...
Bratislava - Budapest in 4 days
in Bratislava in this coming August around 9:30-10am on the 1st day. So I presume that I can pretty much cover Bratislava town it self on the very 1st day. On the 2nd day, I wanted to travel to Budapest via train since ...
We love little gifts!
First day in Bratislava and again with what has become our regular routine of sleeping through the alarm. We actually made it up on time for a free Bratislava tour we read about last night ...
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