Hotel Astra

Address: Prievozská 14/A, Bratislava, Bratislava, 82109, Slovakia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Bratislava II area of Bratislava, is near Old Town Hall (Stara radnica), Slovakia's White House--Grassalkovich Palace, Obchodna (ulica) Street, and SNP Square (Namestie SNP).
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava

Top Ten Attractions in Bratislava

A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 08, 2015

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... between 1778 and 1781. It contains statuary and tapestries and is currently in use as the mayor's office and as a music hall.


Grassalkovich Palace


This Rococo or Late Baroque palace is the official residence of the President of Slovakia. It was built in 1760 as a summer residence for Count Grassalkovich. It was reconstructed in 1996 and became the official ...

Day 6: A trip to Bratislava

A travel blog entry by kkma1387 on Mar 31, 2015

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... through the tunnels under the city. As we exited the train in great relief, we observed with dismay thousands of football fans surging down the steps of the station from the University exit - it would seem some kind of sports event had just ended. We battled through the throng and sought refuge in the hotel bar before some well deserved food in the sumptuous Art Deco surrounds of the hotel restaurant then off to bed to prepare for the drive towards the Czech Republic in the ...

Wandering Bratislava

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Sep 23, 2014

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... The strings are thin and braided a bit, but very much have the texture of a stringy mozzarella. I noticed that local honey seemed to be a big thing as well, but am always concerned about regulations regarding bringing honey across international borders.
I did however, get to taste some of the Slovakian local alcohol, which seemed to be made from honey. I also grabbed a couple of pastries on my way out. One was basically some sort of pbj-heath ...

North and East to Vienna

A travel blog entry by canningt on Apr 17, 2014

I awoke early this morning to some rumbling and odd noises and looking between the curtains, discovered we were in a lock - but not for long. We were soon back on open water and steaming northward. It was a rather laid-back day as we steamed up the river through Slovakia on the starboard bank and eventually Austria on the port side. As we approached Bratislava (capital of Slovakia) Dragan, the cruise director, gave a lengthy commentary about the area and the history and cultural ...

Slovakia - Bratislava

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 17, 2013

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... against the Nazis. Ironically, the biggest protests during the Velvet Revolution of 1989 took place here so today it's actually more a symbol of the failure of communism. Nowadays it's a popular meeting place for all Bratislavans where they come to celebrate. On the contrary the Blue Church is actually called the Church of St. Elizabeth It was built in 1907 in Hungarian Art Nouvea style.

After finishing the tour we went back to our hostel room which was finally ...