Slovak National Gallery
A socialist modernist building and an 18th-century palace make interesting co-hosts for the Slovak National Gallery. The nation's...
One of several intriguing bronze statues strategically positioned around Bratislava old town, the Watcher peeps out from an imaginary...
Reduta Palace houses a theatre where you can see the state orchestra, the Slovak Philharmonic.
Top-end Thai-Mediterranean restaurant with a 7th-floor upscale bar, Skybar, with great views. Reservations are a good idea. An €8 set...
Hviezdoslavovo Námestie information
Embassies, restaurants and bars are the mainstay of the long, tree-lined plaza that anchors the pedestrian zone's southern extremity. At Hviezdoslavovo's east end, the ornate 1886 Slovak National Theatre , one of the city's opera houses, steals the show. The theatre is not open for tours, but ticket prices are not prohibitive. The nearby neo-baroque 1914 Reduta Palace houses the Slovak Philharmonic: refurbishment included adding the impressive €1.5 million organ.