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We will be happy to answer your telephone inquiries from 9:00 to 16:00 on weekdays.

You can also contact us by email at touristinfo@visitbratislava.com.

We will be happy to welcome you also in person at the Tourist Information Center during the opening hours:
Monday – Friday: 09:00 – 16:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 15:00
Sunday: closed

Danube Equestrian Festival

The show jumping tradition returns do Bratislava, Danube embankment is to welcome presigious Nations Cup competition…
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Summer in pink

Taste the best rosé wines from leading Slovak producers under expert guidance
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Lovestream Festival

Enjoy music, enjoy life. Do not miss a brand new city festival, bringing you three days…
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Craft Beer Festival at the Andrej Hlinka Square

Start up the summer as it should be! Enjoy three days of fair crafted beer and…
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Summer special on the Danube

Summer is in full swing and you are thinking how to make it even better? We…
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May

Exhibition
N89 – Journey to Freedom
We have been enjoying the freedom for almost three decades. Since the revolutionary days of 1989, two generations of young people who…

Exhibition
Bratislava Automobile Factory
STM-Museum of Transport in Bratislava on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of BAZ (Bratislavské automobilové závody – Bratislava Automobile Factory) prepared…

Exhibition
The Pálffys from the Red Stone Castle and Maria Theresa

The exhibition of the Slovak National Museum – Red Stone Castle Museum about Pálffy family from Red Stone Castle and Maria Theresa is another in a series of exhibitions of SNM museums, which it presents in its residential building in Bratislava.


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Romans and Slovakia

The archaeological-historical exhibition treats of the specific position of today’s Slovakia, located in the vicinity of the Roman Empire and once a direct part of it in a small part.


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Tradition Untraditionally: Wood

The ÚĽUV Gallery presents the first of its new Tradition Untraditionally series of materials-based exhibitions approaching the phenomenon of wood in unexpected contexts – design from museum collections to contemporary works looking towards the future.


July