- Free parking
Photos of Hotel Dominika
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Dominika Bratislava
Travel Blogs from Bratislava
... of the coronations. Right next to the cathedral there used to be a Jewish Temple and the Jewish quarters of the city. These were all removed by the Communist government to make way for a new street.
Michael's Gate is the only gate that has been preserved from the medieval fortifications of the city and it is among the oldest of the town's buildings. The Old Town Hall was built in the 14th and 15th centuries. Bratislava Castle is on a hill ...
... bus tour as both of us seem to drift off into the land of nod very quickly once aboard, I'm sure there was sleeping gas aboard :) Starting to sound monotonous but another night spent drinking and listening to Gabor before sailing over night to Durnstein. Gabor has quite a good voice to listen to - his accent makes for some interesting lyrics but he can sing old to modern, pop, rock or classic very well.
Photo Info -
After looking through the pictures, I am so glad Peter had my camera. He has a great eye and there is actually a picture of me that I like! (That is super rare!) You’ll see it as my profile picture later. Also, his pictures of the city are breathtaking. He joked all day about "getting the right angle" and now I know what he means. I have pictures of the same buildings, but these are ...
We sped off towards the city but took a pit stop at the mall (which is not the typical mall you see in America) to get bread and something for lunch. This mall has everything! A grocery store, restaurants, clothing stores and so much more. I didn't get to see much because we were all tired and in a hurry, but the store was really cool. I had no idea there were so ...
... was getting better and better. I made an awesome salami pasta, ate it like a pig and headed out to visit Hrad Castle (Bratislava Castle). It is perched up on a hill, about 15 minutes’ walk from the city centre and provides great views of the city from up top. Being a Monday, unfortunately the actual Castle itself was closed. After taking in the views for a while, I found a nice little park close to the hostel, perfect to spend a couple of hours blogging. The rest of the evening ...