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Unconventional views of Bratislava that will take your breath away

Through photographs, visitors as well as residents of Bratislava can capture the unique atmosphere of the city. Thanks to unconventional views, we can also compare how the streets, the whole district and the overall image of Bratislava are changing. We have selected the best shots among those posted on social media with hashtag #bratislava this year.

1. Photogenic Old Bridge

The Old Bridge with its picturesque views of Bratislava with the St. Martin’s Cathedral or Bratislava Castle is a popular place for both Bratislava residents and visitors. At the time of the first Czech-Slovak Republic, a railway line led through it to Vienna. Today, Petržalka is connected by tram to the centre of Bratislava through it.

 

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Príspevok, ktorý zdieľa Sandra Bencicova (@fotosandra)

2. New Centre – New Views

Thanks to high-rise buildings and an ideal location close to the city centre, the former industrial part of the city has come to life and will gain a new flair. Sky Park, the new Nivy bus station, Twin City or Zwirn are adjacent to the Danube embankment, which is a popular year-round location for relaxation and gastronomic experiences. High-rise buildings in the new centre have changed not only the panorama of the city, but also the view of it.

3. Symbol of Bratislava and Place of Views

Originally the seat of the monarchs, today the symbol of Bratislava and the seat of the Historical Museum. Its terraces offer unique views of the city. The majestic castle standing on a hill of 80 m above the Danube has been a symbol of Bratislava for centuries. In addition to attractive exhibitions, the museum’s tour includes the impressive interior of the Castle. You can walk up a magnificent staircase from the time of Maria Theresa and continue to the top of the Crown Tower with a beautiful view of the city and its surroundings.

 

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Príspevok, ktorý zdieľa COFFEE | TRAVEL | FUN (@suvi_unelma)

4. Functionalist building with a new function

The functionalist building of the Jurkovič Heating Plant is one of the last monuments to the golden age of industry in Bratislava. Today, modern offices, shops and public space have replaced the industrial activity in the city centre. In addition to offices, the heating plant building also offers a multifunctional hall, a café, a gallery of modern art, a restaurant and relaxation zones.

 

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Príspevok, ktorý zdieľa Photographer SK/CZ/EU (@_yarsoon_photo)

5. Modern paintings of the Slovak greats

The Nedbalka Gallery is located on one of the oldest streets in Bratislava. At the beginning of the 20th century, it was one of the most interesting streets in terms of architecture in the historic centre of the Old Town. The contemporary art has found its place in the gallery, and together with the exceptional architecture of the building reminiscent of the Guggenheim Museum in New York, it is one of the most interesting art spaces in Europe.

 

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Príspevok, ktorý zdieľa MsDoncellita (@msdoncellita)

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