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We will be happy to answer your telephone inquiries from 9:00 to 16:00 on weekdays.

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


City Walls
At the end of the 14th century three gates were leading into the city: the Michael’s – Northern gate, the Vydrica –…
Museum of Viticulture
The Museum of Viticulture is located on the ground floor and basement of Apponyi House. The cultivation of vines and the production of…
City history museum

The concept of the exposition held in the Old Town Hall concentrates on presentation of the history of the peoples of Bratislava and the influence of the historical events.

Pharmacy Museum – Pharmacy At the Red Crayfish
This museum is housed in a former pharmacy, known as ‘At the Red Crayfish’, which still contains many of its original fittings.…
Museum of Arms

The Museum of Arms includes displays on the history of Bratislava’s fortifications, various types of bladed weapons, tournament arms, and the development of firearms.

Red Stone Castle
Red Stone castle, named after the red colour of the quartzite on which was built, is situated nearby the settlement called Pila.…
Jewish Synagogue
The Heydukova Street Synagogue is the only synagogue in Bratislava. Constructed in 1923-1926, it is a Cubist building designed by the Bratislava-based…
Transport Museum

One of Bratislava’s most interesting museums, at least for the technically-inclined, is the Museum of Transport, adjacent to the city’s main railway station.

The palace of the Hungarian Royal Chamber
The highest Hungarian financial institution has been based in Bratislava since 1531. Older buildings which already did not comply were demolished and…
UFO watch.taste.groove.
“Floating” on the pillar of the SNP Bridge (Slovak National Uprising Bridge), this restaurant offers a pretty unconventional experience, from where you…
Summer archbishop’s palace
The palace was built by Archbishop Forgách in 1614 on the site of vineyards as a summer residence of the Ostrihom archbishops.…
Museum of Clocks – House at the Good Shepherd

Housed within one of Bratislava’s finest rococo buildings, this exhibition of antique timepieces covers clockmaking from the late 17th to the late 19th century.

Chatam Sofer Memorial

This memorial was named after the main pressburg’s Rabbi Moshe Schreiber, also known as Chatam Sofer, who was one of the leading personalities of european judaism in the 19th century.

Blue Church

Officially known as the Church of St Elizabeth of Hungary, but commonly referred to simply as ‘the Blue Church’ for obvious reasons, this is Bratislava’s most appealing art nouveau building.

Opera – Slovak National Theatre

Bratislava’s opera house – known officially as the historical building of the Slovak National Theatre – is a Neo-Renaissance-style building opened in 1886 as the City Theatre, according to the design of Viennese architects F. Fellner and H. Helmer.