Mercure Bratislava Centrum
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Bratislava Centrum
Great location, great service, excellent restaurant food with lots of local beers and wines. Clean rooms with great facilities and excellent internet + computer access. We paid 69Euro for a weeknight in July. Would highly recommend this one!
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... s largest city. Bratislava is in southwestern Slovakia, occupying both banks of the Danube River and the left bank of the Morava River. Slovakia used to be part of Czechoslovakia.
After a quick perusal of emails and Facebook, we went for a walk to the Old Town via Obchodna Street. It was quite clean and with lots of shops. We entered the Old Town through Michael's Gate - the only one left of four gates that were part of the ...
Walked to the station to get the earliest train to Liptovsky. once aboard we all settled in and slept for the 4 hour trip. On the train Simo n I went on a mission to get breakfast. We walked to the food carriage and ordered omelette's. Again, cheap and good! Once in liptovsky we walked around to find out place which was in the centre of town. The apartment was huge. We were all very happy. We then went to the information centre to find out about the snow, ...
Then we did a terrific tour of the Vienna State Opera House which was very interesting. They put on a different production every night and run productions for 10 months of the year. Ticket sales account for about half of the cost and the rest of the money comes from the state and from sponsors. Tickets range from 50 – 200 euro a seat but you can get standing room for a mere 3 euros.
... in the Czech Republic was considered the capital of the region and with it the most important city in which to maintain aesthetic beauty. Bratislava, in the opinion of communist Czechoslovakia, was just a big city which they could do what they wanted with. This blatant disregard for history led to many old historic buildings and relics being demolished to make way for new and state of the art (at the time) communist housing blocks and factories. This apparently had ...
... The student cafeteria was really great and so cheap – around one euro for dinner! A nice change from Austrian prices. The next day we explored the city center – visited the newly renovated Bratislava castle – Lucy hates it because they painted it white and its not like the original at all anymore but it was still beautiful and it had really nice views of the city. The old town was so ...