Bratislava is a modern European capital with a special innocence that you cannot easily explain, but you feel it. Tourism has not changed its inhabitants. You realize that they are not looking in your pocket, the city has not been affected by the “tourist consumerism” that makes many other destinations look unpleasantly the same.
Bratislava is a beautiful city. Within a day you have learned its center. Everything is friendly, everything is easy. In 2 days, he has returned all the basics. On the 3rd day you start to really enjoy the city. It is an ideal case for CITY BREAK, for weekend, for 3-day celebrations, etc
The most touristic months are September and October. Book your hotels and tickets 3-4 months in advance at http://www.myluckytraveler.com
Bratislava is the city that is loved by all, both for its medieval air and for the simplicity that characterizes it. Its cobbled center is romantic, picturesque, and pleasant to walk at all hours of the day, but also at all times of the year.
In winter, you must have very warm clothes with you, since the temperatures are quite low, due to the humidity of the Danube. After 9pm traffic in the center is limited to non-existent. During the three days of Christmas, everything is closed. Restaurants, cafes, shops, and even outdoor markets.
The 3 main ways to get around the city are trams, trolleys, and bus lines. Electronic ticket offices for payment by card, paper money and coins are available at the airport, train station and tram stop Šafárikovo nám, Sad Janka Kráľa, Farského & Jungmannova. There are 15, 30, 60, 90, 120 and 180 minutes, 1-, 3- and 7-day tickets. Calculate the ticket according to the duration of the journey. Suitcases, pet, or bicycle, cost an additional reduced ticket of 15′ with a duration of 3 hours. The most economical way to travel is the all-day tickets. Aller retour train ticket to Vienna is 30-40% cheaper than one-way tickets. The journey takes 70 minutes, and the routes are every 1 hour.
If you wish to get to know her leisurely, board the roller coaster and the Minibus. Tickets through http://www.myluckytraveler.com and GetYourGuide