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A unique Slovak project for the protection of the Ussurian Tiger. The beginning of this project – the building of enclosures dates…
A prominent landmark in the Koliba section of the forest park is Kamzík (439 meters), whose television tower is perched on the…
20% discount with Bratislava Card* The Natural Science Museum, focuses on the research, documentation and presentation of the natural environment, in particular…

This charming baroque garden is a popular hangout from March till October for locals of all ages and all walks of life: there‘s the runners, the frisbee enthusiasts, the tea lovers, parents and yogis, there‘s students and avid readers perusing the free outdoor library.

Count Grassalkovich ordered the building of the Summer Palace by an unknown architect – most probably Artur Mayerhoffer after 1760. The cour…

The Botanical Gardens, part of the Bratislava’s Comenius University but open to the public, were founded in 1942.

Attempts to develop a zoological garden in Bratislava stretches far back, while the first official considerations and discussions are dated back to 1948.

In September 2005 a chairlift from Železná studienka to Kamzík was again put to use. The cable car, which ceased to run…
In the late 19th century, the Forest City Park (Horský park) was grown with many new species of trees such as yews,…

Upper Mlynská dolina – Železná studienka – is among the most famous Bratislava recreational sites.

The oldest public park in Central Europe and one of the oldest central European parks. Sad Janka Kráľa was founded on the…

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.

The Pálffys – an aristocratic dynasty from the period of the Hungarian Kingdom – selected their seats with care.

The circumstances connected to the origin of the castle are not completely known. Some historians prefer the theory that the Pajstun castle is in fact the Stupava castle, conquered by the troops of the king Ottokar II of Bohemia in the year 1271.

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