We will accommodate you so that you can get to know the beauties of Bratislava
Most of our apartments are located on Obchodna street, which is the connection between Michael´s Gate and Kollarov Square. It has a rich history. In the 13th century it was inhabited by the servants of the Castle and later by winegrowers, so many houses have built cellars for storing wine. During the First World War, Obchodna street became a trade route with various small merchants and craftsmen. Near our apartments is the Michael´s Gate, which is the gateway to the historic center of Bratislava. Michael´s Gate is the only preserved gate from the medieval city fortifications, from which there is a nice view of the old town. There is a museum of weapons in its tower. Nearby on Bastova street is house of city executioner. Another location of our apartments popular for tourist and business travelers is Zamocka street, which leads to Bratislava Castle. Although it is the location of the old town, it is quite location. All necessary shops, services, public transport, historical monuments and restaurants are accessible on foot from both locations …
Visit famous monuments
Nearby is Grasalkovich Palace, ie the Presidential Palace with a pleasant park suitable for walks. The Presidential Palace is a Rococo building, since 1996 it is residence of President. The Old Town Hall on the Main Square is a busy place visited by many tourists. Maximilian’s Fountain, which is located here, is the oldest preserved fountain in Bratislava. You will also find the oldest preserved Franciscan church and monastery from the 13th century. The Primate’s Palace, built in the 18th century, was the largest palace in the city. It was built by Archbishop Jozef Batthyány as his winter residence, where the kings were occasionally accommodated at the coronations. In the courtyard of the palace is the fountain of St. Juraj. On Hviezdoslav Square you will find the Slovak National Theater, which was opened in 1886. In front of the theater is the Ganymede Fountain, which depicts figures from ancient mythology. It was created by the Bratislava sculptor V. Tilgner in 1888. Reduta – a historic building built in the years 1911 -1915, where the Slovak Philharmonic is located and it is a place where balls, concerts, music festivals take place. Dome of St. Martin is a dominant feature of the Bratislava. Gothic church from the 15th century and a former coronation church. The first coronation took place here in 1563. SNP bridge built in 1967-1972. After opening, it won fourth place in the world in the category of suspension bridges. At its top is the UFO restaurant and on its roof a viewing area. Church of St. Elizabeth, the so-called Blue church built in Art Nouveau style …
Even more distant places
Devin Castle is a castle ruin at the confluence of the Morava and Danube rivers. The castle has been inhabited since prehistoric times and later was part of the Roman Limes. The war memorial of Soviet soldiers Slavin is one of the dominants of Bratislava, from which is a nice view of the city. Zelezna studnicka Forest Park is the most popular location for recreation. It is close to the city center by public transport. A part of the forest park is the Zelezna studienka train station, in 1848, the first train pulled by a steam locomotive arrived to a Bratislava. The Great Danubiana Gallery, located on the Danube peninsula, where exhibitions of leading international artists are held, accessible by public transport, boat or bicycle ….
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