It’s important to do something good for your body from time to time, and there’s no reason to stop your exercise when in Bratislava, since the city offers so many sporting opportunities.
Thus, it is an excellent idea to start your sunny weekend by putting on your trainers and enjoying a little run. You can find some tracks bellow.
This is a moderately difficult running track for hobby as well as for professional runners with total length – 10 000 meters. The track is mostly flat with a minimum incline of 15 meters when running up the footbridges of Lafranconi and Apollo bridges. Changes of direction along the track are indicated by arrows and running distance is marked by duplex kilometre boards.
The dominant of the track leading through the city are the historical centre scenery and Bratislava Castle, whereas Petržalka part leads through Pečniansky forest and along Janko Kráľ Orchard, which is the oldest public park in Central Europe.
Big Draždiak lake
This easy cross country track fits mostly hobby runners. It leads along the lake and forest terrain without any significant incline, mostly on forest and asphalt bicycle paths. Changes of direction along the track are indicated by arrows and running distance is marked by duplex kilometer boards. The lap is an appropriate alternative for sport activities within a housing development.
Big and small Draždiak lakes
These easy cross country tracks leading along the lakes and forest paths without any significant incline are fitting mostly hobby runners. The tracks are mostly on forest paths. The section along Big Draždiak is on asphalt bicycle path. Changes of direction along the track are indicated by arrows and running distance is marked by duplex kilometer boards. Both laps are an appropriate alternative for sport activities within a housing development.
Janko Kráľ orchard
This easy track on an asphalt path through the oldest public park in Central Europe – the Janko Kráľ Orchard, is suitable for beginners and for interval training. The whole Janko Kráľ Orchard is regularly used by sportsmen throughout the year and it is a pleasant rest area for families with children.
Under historical trees you can find ideal conditions for running not only during warm summer months, the park offers also nice surroundings for sports throughout the year. Except running it is suitable also for other additional running activities such as stretching, running alphabet or any fitness exercises.
- Slovak National Museum
- House of the „Good Shepherd“
- Trinitarian church
- St. Michael’s gate
- Franciscan church and monastery
- Old Town Hall
- Primate’s palace
- Academia Istropolitana
- St.Martin’s Cathedral
- Slovak National Theatre Historical Building
- Concert Hall Reduta
- Comenius University
- Slovak National Theatre – New Building