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Trh-Piac-Markt

Shopping in the Old Market Hall has style. Come see for yourselves & meet the locals
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Easter Cruise

Seeking for an extraordinary tip to spend an exceptional Eastertime? Savour it on the waves of…
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Trans Danube Swim

Join more than a thousand swimmers and cross the beautiful Danube from one bank to another!
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Goose Feast on the Boat Harmónia

Delicious goose feast on a boat with an unrepeatable atmosphere
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Goose on the boat Harmónia

Fragrant, crunchy, delicious. That is how traditional goose feast should feel like. Yummy!
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March

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Easter Cruise

Seeking for an extraordinary tip to spend an exceptional Eastertime? Savour it on the waves of the Danube


April

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ČSOB Bratislava Marathon

The opportunity to start moving in spring! A great sports festival for runners of all ages and performance categories with a rich accompanying program is waiting for you.


May

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Romantic flavours of May

May is the time of love. And where better to experience a romantic dinner than right on the River Danube?


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Urban Market – Spring Edition
The temperatures are rising, the sparrows are chirping, it’s time for the spring edition! After 5 years, Urban Market returns to the…

June

July

August

September

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Trans Danube Swim

Join more than a thousand swimmers and cross the beautiful Danube from one bank to another!


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Flavours of Slovakia

Enjoy the views from the boat’s deck and taste dishes cooked according to the Slovak culinary tradition


October

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The Graphic Cabinets

In the 18th century, it was very fashionable to furnish rooms in castles, the walls of which were covered with regularly arranged pictures. These rooms were called graphic cabinets. Check out our Bratislava one!


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Celts from Bratislava

More than 2000 years ago there was a Celtic city, so-called oppidum, on the place of present day Bratislava. It used to be three times bigger than later medieval town