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Open on work days only, this is a deservedly popular spot for its fresh, inventive vegetarian and vegan food made with love.…

After their recent move to much larger premises, St. Germain has lost some of its personality, but there‘s still plenty to love: fabulous burgers with avocado salsa on top, homemade cakes and lemonades, plus decent wine make this charming „café with a French twist“ a place brimming with joie de vivre.

Some say these guys whip up the best burgers in town. They proudly use natural ingredients: top-notch juicy meat sourced from local farmers, superb chewy buns and secret homemade mayo; all this for a reasonable price.

Books, specialty coffee, delicious cakes and cool snacks – that´s Foxford! If you want to lean into a comfy chair and relax…
Urban House puts an end to local cries about the lack of interesting café/bistros in town. The only thing better than the…

The fountain was assembled from parts of an older fountain and renovated in 1937. Near the fountain, under a glass canopy, the remnants of the walls of the 11th-century St Jacob’s Chapel are visible.

At the end of the 14th century three gates were leading into the city: the Michael’s – Northern gate, the Vydrica –…
Aupark shopping center is one of the top Bratislava destinations for stylish shopping and fun lovers. Offering popular fashion brands, attractive leisure…
Central is an easily reachable shopping center in the capital. Discover a variety of shops, cafes and a unique relaxation area right…
It is called Eurovea and is situated on the banks of the Danube in the direct neighborhood of the historic old town…
The Museum of Viticulture is located on the ground floor and basement of Apponyi House. The cultivation of vines and the production of…

The Nedbalka Gallery´s mission is to promote public understanding and enjoyment of art by the foremost artists working in Slovakia from the late nineteenth century up to the present.

The mission of the Slovak National Gallery (SNG), which was founded in 1948, is not only to collect and preserve art, but also to look for ways to provide access to it, to educate and inspire. The gallery in Bratislava consists of a complex of buildings.

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.

Only three cities in Europe – Bratislava, Amsterdam and Budapest – can boast that they have museums with a similar focus. The Museum of Trade in Bratislava, Slovakia, is one of the youngest.

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