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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

The Maximilian fountain was built in 1572 in the Austrian stone workshop of Andreas Lutringer, with a financial contribution from Hungary’s King Maximilian II.

This Renaissance fountain in the courtyard of the Primatial Palace depicts the struggle of St George and the dragon. His life is part of the ‘Golden Legend’, which was extremely widespread in early Christian Europe.

The bunker B-S 4 Lány is a remnant of the Bratislava Section of the Czechoslovak Fortification System from 1935-1938, it currently houses a museum.

The spacious gallery Satelit represents the Mecca of Slovak design.

The well-known Medium gallery is predominantly an exhibition space of the Bratislava‘s Academy of Arts, but some of the shows include established…

An unparalleled design shop in the center of town offers original, high-quality items with spirit.

It‘s not easy to come across great urban clothing in Slovakia.

Spend a day in Bratislava and you‘ll bump into at least one person in a Kompot shirt.

While enjoying a cup of fine coffee or hot chocolate and indulging in delicious Bratislavské rožky traditional Bratislava pastry rolls, you can…
Al Faro is one of the most successful restaurants on the waterfront of Bratislava’s Eurovea center, and it has been operating without…
We are the oldest historical-style restaurant in Bratislava with a very long tradition. Prestigious location of Palisády, a fine selection of food…
This modern hotel built over historical wine cellars was commissioned by a well-known family of wine producers. The non-smoking wine restaurant under…
The new star among quality restaurants not far from the Opera provides a unique combination of the very best of cuisine from…

This typical old Slovak pub is a real maze where you can learn a great deal about the history of the Slovak nation.

The latest addition to Bratislava‘s sweet map. Koun is a true gelateria run by a passionate local family, whose sole intention is to bring some proper Italian sweetness to the local dull ice cream scene.

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