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Monday – Friday: 09:00 – 16:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 15:00
Sunday: closed


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.

Bratislava Castle

The castle, on a hill above the old town, dominates the city of Bratislava.

Zichy Palace

This neo-classical palace, formerly owned by Count Franz Zichy.

Old Town Hall

The history of the Old Town Hall dates back to the beginnings of the mediaeval town in the 13th century.

Slavín

The gigantic Slavín war memorial is visible from much of the city. On a hill overlooking the castle, it commemorates the city’s liberation by the Red Army in April 1945.

Reduta

This sumptuous building, dating from 1911-1915, was built in eclectic style on the former site of a baroque granary from the 18th century.

Primate’s Palace

The Primate’s Palace (1778-1781) was built on property originally belonging to the archbishop of Esztergom. The facade of the palace is in strictly classical style.

Palffy Palace

This palace was built in the middle of the 19th century by Count Jan Pálffy, who was then Bratislava’s highest official.

Leopold de Pauli’s Palace

This palace was built for the main administrator of imperial property on the king’s estate, Leopold de Pauli, in 1775-1776.

Bridge SNP

The Bridge of the Slovak National Uprising built in 1967-1972 was given the label of the most characteristic building of the city. The authors J. Lacko and A. Tesar designed it as a cable-stayed bridge with one pylon. On top of the 80 metres tall pylon, there is a reastaurant accessible by a lift in […]

Michael’s Gate

The bulbous yet elegant copper roof of Michael’s Gate is one of the symbols of Bratislava.

KUTSCHERFELD’S PALACE
The smallest rococo palace in Bratislava. It was owned by the administrator of the royal property in Magyaróvár, Count L. von Kutschersfeld.…
Kern House

Kern House stands on the corner of Rybárska brána (Fisherman’s Gate) and Hviezdoslavovo Square. Fisherman’s Gate was one of the four entrances to the mediaeval city (the others being Lawrence’s, Michael’s and the Vydrická Gate).

St. Martin’s Cathedral

Bratislava’s three-nave Gothic cathedral is built on the site of a previous, Romanesque church, dedicated to the Holy Saviour.