EXPLORE BRATISLAVA : Awesome places in Bratislava, Slovakia

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Bratislava Castle


It was built around 1250 and is a symbol of the town’s prosperity. In addition to its four towers, Bratislava Castle also houses a plethora of paintings,

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Bratislava’s Michael’s Gate 


Visitors to Bratislava can get to Michael’s Gate by public transport.

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The Slovak National Theatre


The Slovak National Theatre employs ninety-two people. Its staff includes professional and amateur Slovak actors.

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Grassalkovich Palace in Bratislava


The Grassalkovich Palace was once the residence of Slovakia’s aristocracy, but today it serves as the country’s presidential residence.

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Primate’s Palace & Hall of Mirrors in Bratislava


The palace is now a museum with an impressive collection of English tapestries. A visit to the Primate’s Palace is well worth the time

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Danube River 


A river cruise along the Danube can also provide you with an opportunity to explore some of Central Europe’s most interesting cities.

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Statues in the Old Town


The memorial is a metal structure topped by a modern “Magen David”. The Hebrew characters on the statue mean “remember.”

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The Blue Church in Bratislava 


Built between 1909 and 1913, the church is a prime example of the art nouveau movement.

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