BRATISLAVA PANORAMIC TOUR (BY BUS OR CAR)
Visit the sights situated on the foothills of the Little Carpathian Mountain with the Danube river view from Bratislava Castle and walk through the highlights of the Old Town area.
Take a picture of the Presidential Palace with the guards of honour, have the opportunity to see the Office of the Slovak government with the glimpse of the largest square in the city with the biggest fountain. Once reached the slopes of Carpathians dotted with the vineyards and residential villas you may take a spectacular view from Slavín Memorial with military cemetery where more than 7 000 soldiers are buried, perished their lives at the end of World War II liberating the city and its surrounding.
perched on a large, rocky hill above Danube river one of the most prominent structures in the city, playing an important role in its history. The castle hill site has been continuously inhabited for several thousand years, Bratislava´s stronghold is first mentioned in 907. Since the mid-16th century when Bratislava became the coronation city of the Hungarian Kingdom, royal crown jewels were stored here. Palace reached its glory during the reign of the most famous Austria-Hungarian Queen Maria Theresa. Immerse in time of the kings and queens by the thoughts and enjoy the Danube river view.
OLD TOWN WALKING TOUR
starts at the St Michael´s Gate – the town´s only preserved gate out of four providing the entry into the fortified medieval town. Walking down the narrow Michalska street with Renaissance and Baroque appearance breathe in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages. At its end the Hungarian Royal Court Chamber majestically perks, in the past seat of Hungarian Parliament. Music lovers will be keen on listening to the stories about world famous musicians whose lives are closely related to the city. Mozart, Haydn, Rubinstein, Beethoven, Liszt and many others lived, composed and performed in here. Turn back to time of coronations visiting one of the most important churches in the city – St Martin´s Cathedral – of total 19 kings and queens were crowned in here. Undoubtedly the most charming square in the Old Town area is the Main Square with the Old Town Hall and the oldest fountain – the Maximilian´s fountain. You will be informed mentioned about the importance of former winter archbishop´s residence – Primate´s Palace and the tour ends up nearby the representative building of the Slovak National Theatre.
Enjoy the tour and the cosines of pedestrian zone enriched by stalled squares, cafés, and bronze statues and take a rest in variety of restaurants.