Michalsk Br na

Address: Ba_tova 4, Bratislava, Bratislava, 811 01, Slovakia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava

Slovakian Stopover

A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Apr 14, 2015

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... Bratislava is served by inexpensive and frequent trams. They can traverse even some roads that are otherwise closed to motorized traffic. And as complete neophytes, we had no trouble using them like champs. I expect the city will continue to become more enticing. And as for the highway that cleaves the city in two? They have already thought of that. There is a plan on drawing board to run it underground. Next, glorious Prague! Blog to you ...

Hostel

A travel blog entry by shantie on Jun 14, 2014

... are jerks in Europe, but there are jerks back home to. It's part of life. I think so many people are missing out, because they let fear and these wrong pre-conceived notions keep them from going and trying anything! Life is too short to spend it in fear of everyone and everything. (Obviously still have common sense, but I think common sense and fear/paranoia are not the same ...

What a Dump!

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas on May 23, 2014

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... Stomachs full (pretty much bursting!) we set off to leave Slovakia and head into Hungary...

Sorry for the long write up but there aren't many pictures to go with this one, but in Summary;

If you ever consider going to Bratislava and you want to Camp then please do not consider this campsite, also if you are looking for a Hotel, avoid Hotel Flora.

Ok, so there may be some good points about this site, I'm not actually sure there ...

Bratislava - all you need is 24 hours

A travel blog entry by zoe13 on May 05, 2014

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... which took up an entire floor. The last section of the museum was dedicated to clocks which added to the legitimacy to lonely planet’s description of Bratislavia as quirky.
My favourite part of the castle was walking up one of the towers and getting a great aerial view of Bratislavia. From the top of the tower the view of the old town, the river and the rolling hills and suburbs in the near distance was great. It also made it easy to seem the effect communism had on the city. ...

Where are we ?

A travel blog entry by gaplyf on Dec 06, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... dreary place that it is, there are some significant highlights.
The showers here are fantastic and there is free washing !

But on a serious note, its historically fascinating to see the impact of which the 'Iron Curtain' had upon the architecture and culture of Bratislava. With few landmarks to track down, the ones which remain or are present have this unique difference in a subtle manner. Whether its a distinct white presence or sculptors upon the eaves of the ...