You will know that you are entering the pedestrian area of the old Town when you pass through St. Michael´s Gate. One of the oldest buildings in town. You can climb the tower and check out the small Museum of Weapons and City Fortifications. Place: Michalská ulica 24 Open: 10am/11am - 5pm/6pm
Here on the picture is actually the Primacial Palace. But try to get through the Michaels GATE -- amazing street and you come then here...
Entrance gate dating to the city's 1300s fortifications, with a weapons museum & views from the top.
In Bratislava, Slovakia, Michael's Gate is the only city gate that has been preserved of the medieval fortifications and ranks among the oldest town buildings. Built about the year 1300, its present shape is the result of baroque reconstructions in 1758, when the statue of St. Michael and the Dragon…
“A place with A HISTORY. Even Maria Theresia was crowned here. Beautiful and calm + still funcional church.”
“Known as Slovakia’s White House, this palace is the official seat of the president of Slovakia. Its large French garden which is one of the most popular parks in Bratislava is definitely worth of visiting. Grassalkovich Palace, also known as the Presidential Palace, is situated at Hodžovo Square, between the Old Town and the main train station. It is very well accessible by walking – just a few minutes walk from the Michael’s Gate. ”
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