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Bratislava one or two days

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Bratislava one or two days

Hi we are a family 2 adults and

(17,15 and 12 years old )3 teenagers. We plan to stay 3 nights in Budapest,2 in Bratislava and 3 in Prague. Should we stay only 1 night in Bratislava and save the other for Prague or Budapest as we read that Bratislava is v.small? Is there a train ticket from Budapest to Prague with a stop for 1 or 2 days in bratislava? Thanks in advance.

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1. Re: Bratislava one or two days

Possibly you can consider going to Vienna and get a day trip from there. You need to buy one way tickets all the way whenever you have a stop over.

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Thanks for the advice but we've already visited Vienna last year. It was really great!

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If that is a case, one day can be suffice in Bratislava. You can spend more time in Prague and try to have one day tour to nearby cities.

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Thanks a lot for the advice. I've found Dresden to be a day visit from Prague, so we will consider it in our plan!

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ass0uma,

>>Bratislava is v.small? <<<

Bratislava is quite small compared to other European capital cities

>>>Should we stay only 1 night in Bratislava and save the other for Prague or Budapest as we read that Bratislava is v.small?<<<

We personally like Bratislava, finding it a relaxing yet still enjoyable place to visit. However, for first time visitors to this area of Europe, I'm inclined to suggest that you would better enjoy the extra day in Prague or Budapest. Both have higher impact attractions that are more likely to leave an impression on you. Either way, here is a trip list of the attractions we enjoyed most during a trip to Bratislava earlier this year.

Weekend in Bratislava (what you can see/do)

tripadvisor.com/GoListDetail-i37587-Weekend_…

Hope this is helpful for your trip planning and that you enjoy planning your trip to Central Europe.

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If you come just for a 1 night buy a classic tour: http://www.tour4u.sk/en/ or special post socialist tour: authenticslovakia.com/tours/post-socialist-c… or both :)

For more info about city visit web site: http://visit.bratislava.sk/EN/

If you like ballet or opera, visit famous Slovak National Theatre. (new or old building)

Price: 15-30 Eur /person

http://www.snd.sk/?home

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7. Re: Bratislava one or two days

Thanks all for the advice, really appreciated! Your webites were really helpful!

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In March of this year I went from Vienna to Budapest, stopping for one night in Bratislava.

I'd rather spend more time in Budapest, and only one night in Bratislava, to be honest.

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Thanks for the advice. I think we'll stay 4 in Budapest and 1 in Bratislava and take a day tour.

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