Top Choice Bridge in Bratislava

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Colloquially called the UFO (pronounced ew-fo), this Danube-spanning bridge is a modernist marvel from 1972 with a cool viewing platform (sky-high admission!) and, just below, a restaurant (out-of-this-world prices!…
Top Choice Castle in Bratislava

Bratislava Castle

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 b…
Top Choice Museum in Bratislava

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. Black-and-white photos show the neighbourhood and synagogue before it was ploughed…
Top Choice Church in Bratislava

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 queen, Maria Theresa) were crowned in this large 14th-century church. The busy motor…
Museum in Bratislava

Slovak National Gallery

A socialist modernist building and an 18th-century palace make interesting co-hosts for the Slovak National Gallery. The nation's eclectic art collection contained here ranges from Gothic to graphic design. In 2014 …
Museum in Bratislava

Slovak National Museum

Changing exhibits on the lower floors, natural history on top.
Museum in Bratislava

Museum of Clocks

Random old clocks, but they're contained in an interestingly narrow building.
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Municipal Museum

The Municipal Museum is located in the 14th-century town hall. It comes complete with Renaissance courtyard and green-roofed neo-Gothic annexe.
Tower in Bratislava

Michael's Gate & Tower

Climb past the five small storeys of medieval weaponry in Bratislava's only remaining gate for superior old town views from the top.
Square in Bratislava

Hviezdoslavovo Námestie

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…