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Bratislava Merch!

Are classic souvenirs not for you? Come to our Tourist Information Center to get Bratislava merch and you will also find places worth visiting


The design of the cups was created by artist and sculptor Nina Šošková. The packaging contains a short story about the icon in Slovak and English.

Michalská gate is the only one of the four city gates that has been preserved. It was built in the 14th century and was named after the Church of St. Michal, who was standing in front of her. There was a guard in its tower who signaled impending danger. In the 18th century, the patron saint of the city, Archangel Michal fighting the dragon, was placed on the top of the tower, and a time capsule with period objects was stored in the head of the statue.

The Pharmacy at Salvatore was established in the middle of the 17th century in a Jesuit college. Later it passed into private hands, was named Salvator and was one of the best pharmacies in Bratislava. It has been located in a magnificent Neo-Renaissance building at Panská Street 35 since 1904. Its facade is decorated with a statue of Christ the Savior by the famous Bratislava sculptor Alojz Rigele. The pharmacy’s pride was rare baroque furniture. It was taken away from Bratislava after its abolition at the end of the 20th century, but returned to the city in 2021.

Mária Theresia was the Hungarian queen in the years 1740-1780 and was crowned on June 25, 1741 in St. Martin in Bratislava. The exceptional monarch had Bratislava Castle rebuilt in its current form, where her daughter Mária Kristína and her husband settled. Thanks to this, the nobility increasingly moved to the city and there was a boom in construction and culture. By demolishing the city walls, it contributed to the connection with the suburbs, which caused the city to grow significantly.

Price 22 EUR


You can choose from a black crewneck without a hood and a gray hoodie with a hood. Following the example of other European cities, Bratislava will have its own paving. It was designed in such a way that it pleasantly complements the streets without disturbing or competing with the architecture of the city as such.

When creating the design of the pavement, the iconic illustrations and exceptional graphic language of Miroslav Cipár, Ľudovít Fulla and Milan Dobeš were used, who were also united by a love of geometric shapes. The design sensitively refers to their exceptional visual language,” explained graphic designer Martin Jenča, who is the co-author of the Bratislava pavement.

Price 39 and 46 EUR

We look forward to seeing you at the Tourist Information Center at Klobúčnická 2.

Merch was created by Bratislava Cultural and Information Centre in cooperation with the Metropolitan Institute of Bratislava.