The old town in Bratislava was nice but very busy. It was very enjoyable seeing all the old buildings and finding out about themvut it does in love a lot of walking or you get the old buses round the town.
About Bratislava Old Town
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a number of spots of high interest. without having the beauty of vienna or prague still a very attractive old center , pity about the old part destroyed, including a synagogue, to make way to a bridge
Arrived by train from Vienna for a day visit. Small nice historic town. We were impressed by the modesty and size of government buildings in comparison to Vienna.
An old and formerly important city in the Austro-Hungarian Empire with close ties to Vienna (Lizt and Mozart both gave concerts as child prodigies, and Beethoven was a frequent visitor). The old town is pedestrian-only, and jam-packed with tourists and establishments serving them. Feels a...More
this small old town is full of energy and you can find anything you want. It has great restaurants and a lively night life.
Walking along the streets of Bratislava's Old Town and chatting with local shopkeepers was a highlight of our trip. The history of this town is amazing, as is the architecture of the buildings. Shops and restaurants are abundant, but for us, it was the historical...More
There are maybe 100+ places to grab a beer or have a meal there and they all seemed to be busy. If you are stopping for the day, go there. Not much for quality shopping though. Only five minutes off the river if you are...More