Tatra Hotel

Address: Namestie 1. Maja 5, Bratislava, Bratislava, 811 06, Slovakia | 3 star hotel
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    Nice capital city to relax and chill

    A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 15, 2015

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    ... bits on top really helped with the flavour. The good thing about the Solvak pub as well is that if your saying at hostel blues you get 10% off the bill. After we paid we waddled down to the meeting point where the free tour starts. We were both regretting on how much we had eaten and now we had to walk around the city for a couple of hours. When we were all signing our names on the sheet I noticed Fenix the Indonesian guy who I met in Vilnius. We couldn't believe that we had ...

    Small capital city

    A travel blog entry by keggs on Jan 08, 2015

    15 photos

    ... per capita than any other country in the world (Kia, VW and Skoda). We were also told that the minimum wage here is 2 euros an hour. In Germany it is more like 9 euros an hour, according to German guy in our group.

    Parts of the older city were knocked down and redeveloped during the communist era, so there is now a motorway running straight through the old town.

    Bratislava also has more graffiti than I've ever ...

    Bratislava - Slovakia's Hopeful Future

    A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 13, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... and businesses. It is now attractive and has a young vibe. Since Bratislava universities have no campuses, everyone hangs out in town. We walked around admiring the architecture. Not one building is from the same era: you have the old Town Hall which is Gothic ( it even has a cannonball embedded in the side of the building that dates back to the Napoleonic siege of Bratislava), a beautiful Art Nouveau building painted to the colour of the period, and behind ...

    The Danube

    A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 12, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... Next to the gate, on the right if heading down hill, is the narrowest house in Slovakia - only 130 cms wide. The shop that's in there now though, is using some of the space from the old wall.

    It only took about 20 minutes to walk this far, so plenty of time for wandering around. The Old Town streets are cobbled but not with such small cobbles as Prague; and they are wider. In and out and roundabout we went. I ...

    North and East to Vienna

    A travel blog entry by canningt on Apr 17, 2014

    ... of the city, but I also noted that there were no homeless people evident even at 21:30 when we headed back to the ship. There was a Strauss waltz concert this evening in the city that we could have signed up for, but it was 64 euros each, and I doubt if I would have been allowed to waltz, so I thought it best that we avoid it completely. A final note: herself noted yesterday at the horse farm that 'Whoa!' seems to be a universal term to get horses to stop - perhaps it's a Hungarian ...