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
Hello to everyone. Petit is in the very old house, just 300 meters by walk from the old Bratislava. Great location. It's also cheap. I payd 20€ per night (between world hockey championship). The room and the bathroom are clean. If you will come with the car, you can't park anywhere on the street (I think, it's not quite safe). ... more
Bratislava To Prague
Hy all , I'm from Romania and I want to go to Prague with cheap costs I found a fly from skyeurope from bucharest to bratislava and now i want to find how much is the bus or train from bratislava to prague, and from where i can make a reservation for tickets If anyone know another way to go from ...
Hi I'm making a trip this summer to Vienna and Bratislava and after looking at a map I figured ...
Apartment in Bratislava
Hi all. I am planning to go to Bratislava and will stay there for 2 nights. I have narrowed my choices of apartment to these: - Venturska residence (the studio) - Sanctuary - Apartment Palace Garden - Apartment Opera on Medena street Anyone has any experience with these apartments? Thanks. ...
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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