Why to visit Bratislava?Bratislavais a town of young peopleis a meeting point of various cultureshas lively atmosphereis a historic city, previous free royal coronation townhas rich range of cultural and entertainment events
Bratislava Castleit was manor-house of monarch Castle with the surroundings was declared as an National historical monument Today the castle is residence of National Museum of Slovakia with historical and musical exposition.
Devin Castlelies on reef beyond concluence of rivers Danube and Morava,In 1809, it was blown up by Napoleon s armies.
St.Martin s Cathedralis the biggest gothic building in Btratislava 19 coronation ceremonies of Ugrian kings and queens were taken place in this church.
Old Town hall Belongs among oldest historical buildings in Bratislava. It lies right in the centre of the city, between Central And Primational place. Building was used as a city hall from 15th to 19th century, but in this age it served as a prison or a mint.
Slovak National Theatrewas settled in 1920, shortly after creation of Czechoslovak Republicnowadays it serves to purpose of Opera and Ballet productions
Grassalkovich s palace or President s palace is axially symetrical rococo building on Hodžovo námestie (Hodža s place), in which resides president of Slovak republic In years 1939 – 1945 this building was residence of president of first Slovak republic.
The Saint Trinty s churchIt was built in 18thcentury, ona place of formerwoodenchapel, and a faceof the churchbuilt on its placein years 1734 –1738 remains upto this day.
Michael s Gate is a former gate of Bratislavian city walls It was built in the end of 14th century It s the only remaining building from the city walls. A story goes, that if you make a wish and hold your breath while coming through Michael s gate, it will come true.
Slavín Monumental war memorial and the only functional military cemetery of Soviet soldiers fallen in 2nd world war in Bratislava On the top of 39,5 m high pylone stands 11 metres high statue Victorious Soldier by A. Trizuljak.
Slovak National Museumis connected with a creation of Museal slovak company.Main building of SNM is building on Danube bank in Bratislava, which is resident to a Natural Science museum
Primate s Palace➢ lies on Primate s place in Bratislava.➢ It was built in classicist style in year 1781.➢ Today it serves as representative residence of Mayor of Bratislava
Mirbach Palace➢ is rococo architectural gem with exhibition of baroque paintings and sculptures from the mid -19th century
Academia Istropolitana➢ is the first university in Slovakia➢ It was created by Matej Korvín in year 1465➢ It began its activity with four faculties: teological, juridical, me dicinal and artistic (philosophical).