Welcome to Bratislava

Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, is located southwestern Slovakia on the borders with Austria and Hungary. It is the only national capital that borders two independent countries. Known as Pressburg to German-speakers or Pozsony to Hungarian-speakers, Bratislava got its present name only since 1919. But the city has a long and proud history that dates back to pre-Roman times.

The city was the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary, a part of the larger Habsburg Monarchy territories and became a coronation town and the seat of kings and all major organisations and offices. Eleven Hungarian kings and queens were crowned at St. Martin's Cathedral including The Queen Maria Theresa.

For many people still known as a part of former Czechoslovakia, Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia becoming more and more popular city, modern and young so called “Partyslava” or “BARtislava”.

Bratislava tours - audio and video sightseeing tours


Bratislava Audio Tours

Bratislava Audio Tour consists of 11 tracks describing the most important landmarks of Bratislava, the capital of Slovak Republic. Tracks are in MP3 format and are DRM-free so they are compatible with any MP3 player, mobile phone or computer.

Bratislava virtual sightseeing tour

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There are several tours available.

List of Bratislava virtual tours

Hlavne namestie (Main Square)

Michal's Tower and Micheal's Street

Primacialne namestie (Primatial square)

Junction of Rybarska brana, Laurinska and Panska streets

Still not enough? You can take a tour by Presporacik

From Bratislava you can bring also many souvenirs as wooden dippers, figures from ear leaves, painted ceramics, wooden toys and history books. The most popular souvenirs are small imitations of famous statues as Man in the channel, Schoner Naci, Napoleons' s soldier or castle silhouette.

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