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
On a steep hill which is hard to stagger up after a heavy night ;) but otherwise a fantastic place to stay! ... more
Good and cheap option in Bratislava. Certainly to be recommended for young folks that don't expect too much. I wasn't so convinced by the free breakfast that was included in the price. From my point of view a breakfast should always include tea/coffee which you have to pay extra for in this case. ... more
One of the best hostels I've ever stayed in. Clean, centrally located (train station is a 5-minutes-walk, bus to the airport stops almost right in front of the hotel), kind staff. Breakfast consists of an apple, croissant and coffee, really not much, but just enough to start your day :) ... more
I left Budapest and took the train to Bratislava, got the tram to just outside the Old Town and walked to my hotel in the Old Town. My room at the Skaritz Hotel was beautiful and comfortable. I got settled and walked around the square and the streets. The onion-domed St. Michael's Gate, the last ...
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