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Stay at home and come with us for Bratislava guided tours!

We will keep bringing you video tours of the most important monuments, interesting architecture, galleries and museums in the form of short videos in the next days and weeks. This way you can get piece of Bratislava life directly into your living room. So you can discover Bratislava from the couch …

#1 – Mirbach Palace

The rococo Mirbach Palace was built in 1768-1770 by Bratislava brewer Michael Spech. Its last private owner, Emil Mirbach, left the palace to the city with the wish that it be used to house the City Gallery. This wish was granted and now the building houses a permanent exhibition of gothic paintings on glass, pictures of holland and flamish authors and pieces from italian artists dating back to the 17th and 18th century.

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#2 – Slovak National Collection of Wine

A treasure hidden in historical centre of Bratislava represents 100 top Slovak wines. It is the highest wine competition from the wines made in Slovakia from the grapes coming from only from Slovakia.

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#3 – Nedbalka Gallery

The Nedbalka Gallery´s mission is to promote public understanding and enjoyment of art by the foremost artists working in Slovakia from the late nineteenth century up to the present. Installed on four gallery floors, the permanent exposition focused on the birth and development of Slovak modern art provides an overview of the history of 20th century Slovak painting and sculpture. About 160 paintings and sculptures give visitors a greater insight into Slovak art scene of the period.

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#4 – UFO Observation Tower

A unique observation tower, a bar and a restaurant are located at the very top of the SNP bridge pylon. “Floating ” on the pillar of the New Bridge the restaurant offers a pretty unconventional experience, from where you can enjoy a unique panoramic view of Bratislava and its surroundings from above.  The restaurant interior is elegantly furnished and the menu contains a wide variety of different international dishes. Offering an impressive view, this restaurant is a landmark of Bratislava and represents Slovakia in the World Federation of Great Towers.

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#5 – Devín Castle

For the local people, the western part of Bratislava is one of the most popular venues for a trip. Just 10 km west of the city centre, Devín Castle is set in beautiful natural scenery. Built on the top of a high crag, it towers over the small village of Devín and the confluence of the Danube and the Morava rivers which form the border with Austria. The oldest traces of Slavic settlement date from the 8th century, and in the 9th century a fortress from the period of the Great Moravian Empire is believed to have stood here, linked to ruler Prince Rastislav. Up to 1989 the Iron Curtain was drawn below the Castle, lined with barbed wire.

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#6 – Michael’s Gate

The bulbous yet elegant copper roof of Michael’s Gate is one of the symbols of Bratislava. The 51 meters tall tower has seven floors, and the superb view of the old town from the upper terrace of the tower is one of Bratislava’s top visitor experiences. Entrance to the tower is via the Museum of Arms; look for the replica cannon at ground level. On the street that passes through the gate is the so-called “zero kilometre” plate, listing the distances of 29 world capitals from Bratislava.

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#7 – Slovak National Museum – Museum of Natural History

The Natural Science Museum, focuses on the research, documentation and presentation of the natural environment, in particular within Slovakia. Its collections – containing approximately 3.8 million objects – make it one of the most important natural science museums in Europe. The Natural Science Museum is located by the Danube River, a few minutes’ walk from the old town.

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#8 – Old Town I.

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#9 – Old Town II.

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#10 – Last Century Architecture

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#11 – Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum

The great location of the Danubiana Art Museum as well as its attractive exhibitions are the two main reasons why Danubiana is being recommended by the world’s most prestigious tourist magazines and tourist portals. World-class artists such as Joan Miró, Sam Francis and Lucebert have exhibited their works here. The museum’s rooftop walk is also something that you should not miss. View of Bratislava, the Little Carpathians and the majestic Danube River at sunset is an unforgettable experience.

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#12 – Palffy Palace

This palace was built in the middle of the 19th century by Count Jan Pálffy, who was then Bratislava’s highest official. Visualy most popular is probably the instalation Passage by Matej Krén, consisting of almost 15,000 books, which, together with mirrors, create an illusion of endless space and infinity of human knowledge. Permanent exposition consists also gothic glass paintings, pictures from the Dutch and Flemishmasters from 17th and 18th centurym, also pieces by Italian masters from the 17th to 19th century.

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#13 – Primate’s Palace

The Primate’s Palace was built on property originally belonging to the archbishop of Esztergom. The facade of the palace is in strictly classical style. The Primate’s Palace is one of the most beautiful classicist buildings in Slovakia. Portraits of Hungarian rulers are exhibited in the picture gallery. An impressive part of the gallery is a collection of six tapestries found in the reconstruction of the palace.

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#14 Bratislava Castle

The castle, on a hill above the Old Town, dominates the city of Bratislava. Shaped like an inverted table, has witnessed many historical events. Today, after extensive renovations, it is once again a Baroque residence, the same as when Maria Theresa ruled over it in the 18th century. From here it is only a stone’s throw to the Baroque French garden restored according to the original plans of Maria Theresa’s architect.

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#15 – Old Town Hall

The former seat of the city self-government is since 1868 the seat of the Bratislava City Museum, the oldest museum in Slovakia. After climbing up the narrow stairs leading to its 45-metre-high tower you will be rewarded with a beautiful panoramic view of the Old Town.

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