Hotel Blue Bratislava

Riazanska 38, Bratislava, Bratislava, 83103, Slovakia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava

Where are we ?

A travel blog entry by gaplyf


... town.

We currently plan to head out for dinner and see Bratislava by night, something we both a very much looking forward to given our experience with Budapest.

But, as we also pack our bags we can say that there is this vibe of excitement building for Austria, well mainly for Tom, to compare to effect that being in USSR had upon once society and culture will put onto display by simply traveling 1.5 hours into Vienna.

xoxox ManColditisIsaseriouscondition.


A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... couple in my dorm, they'd been on the hostel's free walking tour, during which they'd been shown a blue church (!) with an abandoned building across the road. So after looking at the public parks the next day I went to look for myself.

You can't miss the church. It looks like something out a Disney film. But much more interesting to me was the abandoned Communist era building right opposite, taking up an entire block on it's own. Bolted up tight, peppered ...

Hello Slovakia

A travel blog entry by biker_mike2013


... on holiday.
After feeling like I was spending a fortune in Hungary, 290 Forints is 1 euro, it was a relief to be back amongst the land of the Euro!

Bratislava is a very nice place, relatively small which makes it easy to navigate. The old town is very pleasant with lots of bars and cafes. I was surprised at the number of tourists and tour groups. A large number of them were Spanish, not sure why.


The hills are alive,..

A travel blog entry by mattandchlo


... On the Sunday we headed on the Metro to the International Baptist church. It was a great little church in the middle of an apartment block. The congregation was made up of people from mainly African, American and Asian descent as well as some local Austrian’s. The preacher was a guest from the States who spoke really well and we thoroughly enjoyed the service. From there we strolled the streets of Vienna, enjoying lunch at a nice restaurant and getting our general bearings. ...

Day 15: Bratislava

A travel blog entry by samanthaanne


... and hang out with him. We swapped numbers and he's let me know of a cheap hostel near the train station so we can hopefully get booked up there too. We parted ways with the English, me and Starky carried each other home, and all in all, it was a good night! Things I learned: Vienna and Bratislava are the two closest capital cities in Europe, Slovakia has only been its own country since 1993, and Tesco has made it big over here. Not looking forward to: a long journey to ...


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