Hotel Dom Sportu

Junácka 6, Bratislava, Bratislava, 832 08 , Slovakia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava

You Belong Here

A travel blog entry by tiffanyrose-14 on Jun 27, 2014

1 comment

... information spot to try to find some ideas.

Peter, being the planner he was, was constantly checking the map and wasn’t seeing anything so I made him give me all the maps and just walk. Eventually I gave him the map back and we realized we were going in the right direction anyway! At this point I remembered I had my camera in my bag and it was making it really heavy! I was going to ...

Three Countries in One Day

A travel blog entry by ssmalley on May 07, 2014

9 photos

... the moment that this occurred, and we arrived there a good hour earlier than expected, but I had my suspicions when I started noticing billboards advertising in German. We did get to see a little bit of Vienna before our Austrian dinner, but I will leave that to my next blog entry. So there you have it: Hungary for breakfast, Slovakia for lunch, and Austria in time for dinner = three countries all in just the one ...

Bratislava, Slovakia

A travel blog entry by lindablaire on Sep 08, 2013

3 comments, 19 photos

... we saw aristocratic homes and the baroque Jesuit Church. Bratislava is an industrial city and home to a number of car manufacturers and refineries. We returned to the ship for lunch and had a very busy afternoon on board. Firstly we traveled through our final lock of the trip, 61 foot drop - very impressive. Next activity was a tour of the wheelhouse where the captain does most of his sailing. ...

Day 30: bohemian 5

A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Jul 10, 2013

... I've ever seen. Napolean Bonaparte burnt it down when he invaded in 18whatever then Bratislava decided they should do it up so now it is a rendered brick type material and not castle like at all. After that it was bunker time! We drove a bit out of town to a bunker that was on the defensive line of both ww1 and 2 as it was on the border. The guide spoke no English so we had a translator. He was a funny guy though. He said all the girls can go ...

Southwest Slovak Adventures

A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels on Jun 11, 2013

21 photos

... to judge.

We spent our first evening at the hostel reading up on the area and enjoying some live blues music when Troy came up with the idea to rent a car to travel the area and see as many castles as humanly possible. In particular, this decision came as a result of the lacklustre attractions we found in the city centre and surrounding area that afternoon. Moments later, the car was booked for pick up first thing the next morning and ...