#no filter will be needed at these spots
1. Blue Church
Officially called the Church of St. Elizabeth, this Art Nouveau jewel is located at Bezručova 2 near the Grösslingová high school. Colored blue from the top down and decorated with majolica, this church is a definition of a new Instragram filter.
Would you like a daily dose of color and sweet #gelato all in one? This family ice cream parlor on Paulínyho street in the center of Bratislava is not just a hit on the internet, but with taste buds, too. Koun brings new flavors every day, with its ice cream made right on the spot. Your followers will love you.
3. Klemensova Street Villa
This urban verdant scene is a favorite haunt for both local and international visitors looking for the perfect green hue for a photo. This residential building on Klemensova street near the Blue Church is overgrown with ivy. Not too far away is a café where you can enjoy the view of this green paradise.
4. Tyršovo Nábrežie and Janko Kráľ Orchard
Unique views of Bratislava Castle and the embankment, the Danube at a glance and a chance to rest in Central Europe’s oldest public park all await you after you walk across the Starý Most (Old Bridge). Guaranteed #relax.
5. Bratislava Castle Garden
The renovated Baroque garden just opened recently and still remains undiscovered, becoming a more attractive destination for both splendid images and a fantastic place to relax. You’ll be delighted by the 122 linden trees and about 1,500 colorful annuals planted in the garden, among other sights.
6. Bistro St. Germain
This charming French-style bistro’s stylish interior makes it the ideal place either to sit with friends or relax over a cup of coffee. You certainly won’t leave hungry, not to mention a full set of naturally chic pics.
7. Kapitulská street
One of the oldest and most beautiful streets in the Old Town is fascinating to watch from the very first look. Crowds are rarely encountered here, and soon enough you’ll find out that time has somehow stood still. The story of this picturesque little alley goes back to the 14th century where the first ever school in the city, called a gymnasium, was established here.
8. Urban House
Located on Laurinská ulica, this coffeehouse is the very definition of a #hipster café where anyone can be found. Whether it’s a well-balanced selection of sandwiches, salads, different teas and coffees or delicious cakes, it’s enough just to sit down and enjoy this #dogfriendly place.
9. Old Town Hall
One of the oldest buildings in Bratislava, dating back to the 15th century, it is located on the Main Square and has been used as both a prison and a mint. It is currently home to the City History Museum. Indeed, you only have to walk on the cobblestones for just a short distance before being rewarded with a wonderful view of the quaint roofs on the buildings in the historical center.
10. Šafárikovo square
There are two Art Nouveau houses as well as Neo-Gothic and Neo-Baroque houses, all constructed in the early 20th century alongside a building belonging to Comenius University. In the middle of the square there is a small park suitable for short breaks and super Instagram shots. In addition to the different architectural styles and colors seen in the buildings, any one of the many tram stops can be the start of further exploration in Bratislava for your Instagram.