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Old Town Hall (Stara radnica)

Primacialne namestie 3, Bratislava 811 01, Slovakia
+421 2/592 051 30
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Primacialne namestie 3, Bratislava 811 01, Slovakia
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+421 2/592 051 30
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Absolutely stunning building and worth a trip to see. Walk through the courtyard to the other side to see the roof.

Thank TDM4
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As part of our free guided tour that you can find by just googling "Free tours in Bratislava" and going to the website with a logo of 'Discover Bratislava', my missus and I had a little of a walk to get to know the history...More

Thank rodrigoelp
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Worth the walk through from the square this is another delightful part of the old town with its veranda to also walk along. The square was being set up as part of a free festival when we visited but still enjoyable.

Thank Ray P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

To get a feel of this town, services of a guide are very helpful in learning the true significance of various historical places. Bratislava, also known as ‘Pressburg’ till 1919, has had a chequered history dating back to 200 B.C. It remained under Roman influence...More

1  Thank wallacejain
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful architecture. Although we didn't go inside, we viewed the building from the outside and worth the time to visit!

Thank glenuehlein
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A wonderful, compact old town, well preserved/maintained since the fall of communism and a very pleasant place to walk round.

Thank travelpassion
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Museum about the history of Bratislava. It does not take that long, sometimes it´s for free, it´s nice inside, interesting and a charming view from the tower.

1  Thank Erika K
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

According to our local guide, he likes to call this the three town halls: the current one for everyday business, the restored one where he was married some decades ago, and the very old original town hall. The original town hall was my favorite of...More

1  Thank SparkyTS
Reviewed 18 May 2017

The house with the tower was built in the 14th century and the old town hall was establiushed in the 15th century and over the years it has some very obvious extensions.Well worth a visit. Bratislaver is easy to visit from Vienna and it takes...More

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 23 April 2017

The museum is not open on a Monday, but well worth a visit as it tells the history of the city. there was also a very interesting collection in the cellars of torture instruments from the middle ages (brought some tears to my eyes!).

Thank Steveb5708
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We visited Bratislava last September, whilst we were on a river cruise, we could not visit the castle as there was a European conference taking place, but there was some very interesting lacemaking going on in the central courtyard. The costumes of the people making the lace were beautiful and I took quite a few pictures there, my favourite pictures were of Hanka and Eliska, if they would like to have a copy I would be happy to send them on. We also saw some craft stalls and some folk dancing going on, which was really interesting and entertaining, this was on the way back down to the river to get back on board the river cruise ship. The date we were there was the 3rd September 2016, Is this an annual event or was this just a special one off event?
6 June 2017|
Response from Neil K | Reviewed this property |
Could have been Constitution Day which is a national holiday in early September,hope this helps,from Neil.