Visitors to the Slovak capital are as diverse as the city itself. Some come here to sample all that the city’s famed historical centre has to offer, while others are here to enjoy the city’s energetic and extensive nightlife. No matter what you’re looking for, you’ll find it in this small yet animated city.
Some of the major attractions in terms of history include Bratislava Castle, the Slavin Monument, St. Martin’s Cathedral and the nearby Devin Castle. Other attractive options include the numerous museums and art galleries to be found throughout the city. This is a very green city, boasting lots of leafy streets and squares, as well as a number of beautiful gardens and parks. Two of the most notable of those are Grassalkovich Garden and Sad Janka Kral’a Park.
When the sun goes down, the city has a dazzling array of places to choose from. There are a large number of restaurants where you can sample the best in local and international cuisine. You’ll also come across bars and clubs of all shapes and sizes, catering to a wide range of different crowds.
Home to close to half a million people, this Eastern European city is well worth a visit.