Museum of Jewish Culture
The most moving of the three floors of exhibits here focuses on the large Jewish community and buildings lost during and after WWII....
Museum of Clocks
Random old clocks, but they're contained in an interestingly narrow building.
St Martin's Cathedral
A relatively modest interior belies the elaborate history of St Martin's Cathedral: 11 Austro-Hungarian monarchs (10 kings and one...
An institution in the subterranean passageways under the castle. Techno, indy, hardcore dance etc pounds out to a younger, raucous ...
Bursting onto the eating scene with tasty, cheap, healthy lunches, Shtoor has three locations in Bratislava but this, with two levels of...
Bratislava Castle information
Dominating the southwest of the Old Town on a hill above the Danube, the castle today is largely a 1950s reconstruction; an 1811 fire left the fortress ruined for more than a century and renovations continue. Most buildings contain administrative offices, but there is a museum of Slovakia through the ages, and lawns and ramparts provide great vantage points for city viewing.