Penzion Ivica

Karpatska 107, Marianka, Bratislava Region, 900 33, Slovakia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Marianka

A small treat

A travel blog entry by zerah

Bratislava 7th.
Took the train in from Vienna, only takes 1 hour, for €15 it was a return ticket.
We started off as a group in the old town section, Hlavne Namestie is city centre square and town hall. Mike, a Canadian, and I paired up and had a coffee before setting off and walking almost every cobblestoned street in the old sector just following our noses.
We walked into a few churches, even into one in which a service was being held, St Martin's I believe. ...

Day Trip to Bratislava

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian


... would've liked, the fact that we had a brief respite from the harsh winter more than made up for it. And the food, once it arrived, was quite good.

After leaving the pub, it was time to start slowly making out way back to the bus stop. On the way, we passed back through the area we had been at 9:30 that morning. It may have been quiet earlier, but now housed a large Christmas Market, with people bustling about shopping, drinking punsch, and watching ...

Roses are red, violets are blue...♪

A travel blog entry by kazohira

... 12363;った{ 63;な? その後はMonumen t of the Slovak National Uprising見に行っ ;た。♪ Slovaksに取って は凄く大事 ;な場所らӕ 5;い。 その後はBibiana っていう子 ;供向けのMuseum ...

First stop, Slovakia

A travel blog entry by kata1207

... The city itself is very small and compact, especially the area you would call the 'city centre'. The centre and its pretty yet antique buildings reminded me a lot of Macau, one of my favourite places.

Another thing I've noticed was the air - Budapest is huge, crowded and thus polluted. Ironically, I've noticed air pollution of Budapest more often than, per say, that of Seoul or Hong Kong (cities which are supposedly more polluted). The air in Bratislava ...

Bratislava and Slovakia

A travel blog entry by brianporter


... The city was the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary under the Habsburg Monarchy from 1536 to 1783.

The cityscape of Bratislava is characterized by medieval towers and grandiose 20th century buildings but has undergone profound changes in a construction boom over the last decade. Most historical buildings are concentrated in the Old Town where we spent most of our visit. One of the most prominent structures ...


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