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We are here to to help you make the most of your visit. Whether you need directions or find out what’s happening in the city or the region during your trip, our friendly and experienced team is here to help you.

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Gastronomy, Culture and Free Time

In order for you to know what to expect in restaurants, bars and other establishments, we have written measures and rules of conduct for you.

Rules in Restaurants, Bars and Other Public Catering Establishments

The opening hours of public catering establishments are no longer restricted and there is a relaxation of the limit of patrons per table. The requirement for disinfection at the entrance to the establishment and covering the nose and mouth with a mask at the entrance to a restaurant must still be observed. There is an obligation for all employees and those who come into contact with customers to wear a mask.

Rules in Theatres, Cinemas, Museums and Other Cultural Institutions

The mandate for inside spaces, the so-called ‘check-board’ seating and requirement of 10 m² per person, must be observed. The requirement for 2-metre distance in cinemas, theatres, etc. need not be observed. Artists are no longer required to have a CV-19 test and do not have to adhere to the distance of 2 metres. When entering the premises, the visitor is required to wear a mask.

Rules for Cultural and Mass Sporting Events

The Public Health Department has prohibited the organisation and holding of public events of cultural, sports, social or other nature with more than 100 participants in the open air and more than 50 participants who are simultaneously in the room. Bratislava also prohibits the organisation and holding of public events of a cultural, sporting, social or other nature from 23:00 to 6:00 of the following day. This measure does not apply to weddings and funeral ceremonies up to 30 participants.

Excluded from this ban are also collective events, all participants of which will have a negative Covid-19 test no older than 12 hours at the time of the mass event. More information – please, visit HERE.

Shopping Rules

In shops and other businesses the requirement for 10 m² per person, disinfection upon entering the premises and covering the nose and mouth with a mask must be observed. The obligation to wear a mask applies to employees and everyone who comes into contact with customers.

City Sightseeing Rules

15 visitors is the maximum number for a tour and both customers and guide must wear masks. Choose from a large amount of tours in different languages or visit our regular city tours.

Eat again in the Restaurant

What could be more pleasant than pampering yourself with a nice meal again? Well, let us announce really happy news that restaurants, evening establishments, bars and ice cream parlors are reopening. Choose according to your own taste!

Visit Museums, Galleries and Other Attractions

As part of the final phase of the release of the measures, all museums, galleries, cultural institutions, libraries, sports grounds, wellness centers, spas and casinos are open. Bratislava offers several attractions, you just have to choose!

* The mandatory Sunday sanitation day does not apply to cinemas, theatres and tourist information centres, which can be open on Sundays.

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