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We are here to to help you make the most of your visit. Whether you need directions or find out what’s happening in the city or the region during your trip, our friendly and experienced team is here to help you.

We are here for you 7 days a week: Monday ‒ Saturday 9 AM ‒ 5 AM and Sunday 9 AM ‒ 4 AM (technical break 12:30 ‒ 13:00).

Radnička Sheltered Workshop is one of those projects that create conditions for a stable and meaningful employment for mentally disabled people.

SEXI DOG is a space where a restaurant meets a cocktail bar; and where traditional Slovak ingredients meet with modern global influences. 

Imagine that you can try crazy games, fight in the darkness against hordes of zombies, travel around the world and space or get over your fears from heights and speed all at one place.

Why was the name “HOUDINI” chosen for the Marrol’s Hotel restaurant?

A thrilling detective role-play game set in 30-ties in the first Czechoslovak Republic.

Fantastic selection of local artisan wines, huge portfolio of wines from all over the world, super friendly staff, great venue and location.

From your first morning coffee and premium quality lunch to a well-deserved dessert and satisfying dinner with a glass of wine at the close of the day – we have many recipes for a joyful life here at Tulip Café & Restaurant.

Small Carpathian Museum in Pezinok is a regional museum presenting the history of viticulture and wine making in the Small Carpathian area. …
The Wineshop TRUNK was established in December 1999. Our goal from the very beginning was to be different and better and keep our…
Do you feel like sharing a bottle of good wine with some friends in a pleasant surrounding? Or would you rather select…
We have opened the Grand Cru Wine Gallery in the center of Bratislava for you. You can find us close to St.…
A wine bar in the center of Bratislava. You will find it on Ventúrskej Street No. 3 for yet another year. The…
Old Bratislava was full of wine bars and wine taverns serving their own wine, places where the rich and poor met over…

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