How to do an amazing daytrip to Bratislava

  • Katarína Kubincová

    Don’t take tram to Račianske mýto, easiest way is to take bus 93 a get off on stop Hodžovo námestie or Zochova, or tram 1 and get off on námestie SNP. if you want best traditional food go to Bratislavský meštiansky pivovar on Dunajská 21, highly recommend Bryndzové pirohy so slaninkou, but whatever you try will be great. More hipster place with excelent food in city center is Fach on Ventúrska 274/10, amazing place 🙂 In summer try also ice cream in Koun on Paulínyho 1.

  • Petra Keckes

    I recommend to visit Bratislava during the summer, it is much nicer, there are many outdoor restaurants and cafes outdoors and a lot of things going on. You can also enjoy laying on grass near the Danube river at a place called Eurovea. I used to live in Bratislava for 4 years 🙂

  • I did the same while in Vienna, just jumped on the train to Bratislava and actually liked Bratislava much more 🙂

  • Eileen Murphy Kelly

    I am placing this trip on my list of must do!

  • Travelling Chingrita

    This is incredible! I haven’t even done research on the area but I think your pictures and reviews are stunning. I love the foodie section <3

  • Tim

    Love the Cumil; so unique. I have never visited this part of the world but am looking forward to it. It definitely has its own charm and humour.

    • couplertw

      Yes it is 🙂 And central Europe have many fantastic cities that are still very affordable…

  • Majesta Zea

    I have yet to visit Slovakia but I think the pictures you took are beautiful. The Blue Church is adorable and if I am ever in that part of the world I may have to make the pit stop.

  • Damien @

    I haven’t been to Slovakia yet. I have only done Prague in the region and enjoyed it a lot. What is your favourite in the area?

    • couplertw

      We have only done budapest and Bratislava because we didn’t want to rush Budapest. Next time we will do Prague & Vienna probably

  • Claudia Luxembourg

    Interesting to read the comment below that says Bratislava is just a large industrial city. A friend of mine has recently travelled there and she could not stop describing its many wonders, she truly loved it!

  • Hi there, I don’t like Bratislava, it is just large industrial city and there are nicer cities, towns and natural places in Slovakia that worth a visit. From Budapest I would recommend visiting Kosice! 🙂

    • Katarína Kubincová

      Really? Kosice is definitely not a industrial city with US Steel, one of the biggest factories in Slovakia? Bratislava used to be capital od Hungary, definitely worth visiting

      • Who wants to see capital goes to the capital, who wants to see something nicer, goes elsewhere… 🙂 That’s just my opinion. Of course there are lots of other horrible places in Košice appart from US Steel, such as Luník IX full of gypsies, or lot of waste all around in the streets… But it’s always better to visit this city than Bratislava… 🙂

  • saunakghosh

    Quick question. Are there any places in the station to store your luggage? Me and my wife are traveling from Vienna to Budapest and hope to have a 6-7 hr sojourn in Bratislava. What say good people ?