It has historical meaning, it is situated in a very expensive area where you can see expensive houses, its view leaves you to see the whole town which is great. Only 20 minutes by transport from the old town.
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While visiting Bratislava, you may like to stop by the Slavin Memorial. It is a powerful monument and burial ground to Soviet soldiers who died during World War II. You can also wander through the attached cemetery. Since this is up on a hill, you...More
Definitely recommend to visit Slavin Monument if looking for a wonderful panorama of Bratislava. It a bit difficult to get there because is on a hill and no signs or directions. But view worth it.
It's memorial monument and military cemetery in Bratislava. It is the burial ground of thousands of Soviet Army soldiers who fell during World War II while liberating the city in April 1945. There is also very nice sightseeing on the city. It's worthy to visit...More
The uphill path was hard on me after a nightout but it was worth it. Quite a few tourists and locals there too. It was really peaceful and humbling to be walking around the obelisk. You can have a great view of the city from...More
The accent to this landmark is fairly rigorous but well worth the payoff, upon reaching the top of the hill up quiet a few stairs is the Slavin monument which is seen from most places in the city. This is a stunning reminder and a...More
Worth a look but be prepared for an uphill walk or you could do what we did & get a €5 taxi up there & walk back, there are good views of the city as this is the highest point
This colossal and impressive memorial park and military cemetery was established in 1945 to inter and commemorate the 7000 Soviet Russian soldiers who fell while liberating Bratislava from the Nazi Occupation during WW II. Very much larger than life, as are most Soviet monuments, this...More