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Historic neighborhood filled with charming narrow lanes, burgher's houses and nobles' palaces in addition to many of the city's important buildings such as the former Palace of the Hungarian Estates, the late-Gothic building of the Academia...more
All reviews old town day trip narrow streets restaurants and bars souvenir shops walk around christmas market small city beautiful city european cities few hours on foot train station visited bratislava the main square walking tour nice walk
I have visited numerous Eastern European cities and this one holds its own on every aspect!
The Old Town is full of character and untouched beauty. Small cobbled streets and beautifully designed buildings engulf tourists from all angles. Bars and restaurants aplenty - this is...More
Everyone who is visiting Bratislava definitely should spend more of their time in the old time! 5 -15 min walk distance are all the monuments and museums .. amazing places for wine, coffee, food, architecture.. best place to be!
I enjoyed walking around Old Town. The architecture was fabulous. The people were friendly. There was a great selection of restaurants, bars, and shops. You can definitely get a taste of the local culture. I enjoyed wandering through all the alleys camera in hand.
The old town is not a big area. Although there is a tour cart going around, walking is definitely a better way to see things. A few highlights are the Michael’s Gate, The old town hall, St Martin’s Cathedral, and – my favorite - Man...More
Several buildings are well preserved. We visited the wine museum, good choice in case you wish to buy. The historical museum next door can be visited using the same ticket. There is a torture section in case anyone is interested. Quite ghastly. Lots of handicraft...More