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Bratislava Old Town
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Private Tour: Bratislava City Tour with Optional Devin Castle Visit
Ranked #1 of 249 things to do in Bratislava
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Owner description: Historic neighborhood filled with charming narrow lanes, burgher's houses and nobles' palaces in addition to many of the city's important buildings such as the former Palace of the Hungarian Estates, the late-Gothic building of the Academia Istropolitana and the Leopold de Pauli Palace where Franz Liszt performed as a child.
Reviewed 3 July 2014

Bratislava's Old Town is home to a variety of 14th and 15th century buildings that include the Old Town Hall, the Neo-Classic Archbishop Palace, and St. Martin's Cathedral , a Gothic coronation church where several Hungarian Hapsburg kings and queens were crowned. The town has a lovely town square, beautiful, quaint, walkable streets, and lots of shops and restaurants. This is a very interesting area to spend some time in.

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Reviewed 3 July 2014

I was here and in Prague in 1990. Old Town here is quite lovely and not overrun with US chains. It is a wonderful town to spend a couple days in.

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Reviewed 3 July 2014

Loved how relaxed and walkable the old town was. Once you went through the gate you never saw a car. It isn't very big but I enjoyed exploring every bit of it.

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Reviewed 1 July 2014

One day trip from Vienna to the capital of Slovakia. Go by metro from any station on line U3 to station Erdberg. There you can find the ticket office for bus to Bratislava, it takes only one hour drive. (there are more than one bus per day that goes there). when you arrive to the bus station in Bratislava just cross the road and you will face Hotel SAS, 5 minutes walk from the station. in front of the hotel you can find many tourist guides with signs and you can go for a walk with them along the old town,it is a nice place and there are many cafe's. you can also visit the Bratislava castle on a hill facing the old town there is a nice view from above. Actually i spent 6 hours there and went back to vienna from the same bus station.

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Reviewed 1 July 2014

We came from Vienna by boat which was a nice way to cover the distance to Bratislava. So at first we saw the area next to the Danube including the new shopping centre and lots of places to eat and drink right next to the river. The Old Town itself is charming with lots of old buildings, nice restaurants and interesting shops. A walk up to the castle is worthwhile, from there one has a great view over the old and the new parts of town and the surrounding landscape.

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