Take a walk to memorial of WW2 soldiers and one of greatest landmarks of the city. Stunning view to whole Bratislava. Especialy after dark ,)
Slavín is a memorial monument and military cemetery. It is the burial ground of thousands of Soviet Army soldiers who fell during World War II while taking over the city in April 1945 from the occupying German Wehrmacht units and the remaining Slovak troops who supported the clero-fascist Tiso…
WW II monument mounted above the entire city - actually a cemetery of Russian soldiers who died at liberation of Bratislava. Stunning view of the whole city, iconic place, very tranquil.
“Bratislava Castle stands on a hill 80 m above the Danube. I recommend to check the opening hours and the price of admission on the website of Bratislava. You might be interested in castle festivals, Crown Tower or Treasury.”
“One of the most visited shopping centers in Bratislava, full of lounge bars with river views outside. 180+ shops, 30+ food stalls, 10+ restaurants to choose from. One kilometre long green promenade enables visitors to access the Danube river foreshore-way which lives until late night and makes Eurovea a real hotspot. ”
“Tours in legendary 70s Czechoslovak cars focusing on post-socialistic places.”
“This is more bistro than a restaurant, they have awesome food, the best steaks I have ever had for a really good price. You can find slovak cuisine on the menu but also some international foods too. Very convenient if you want to eat something good but not to expensive in the Old Town.”