Nov 19, 2017
Samuel and Audrey – Travel and Food Videos
Join us as we visit Bratislava, Slovakia covering 10 of the best thing to in Bratislava in our travel guide. Many visit Bratislava as a day trip from Vienna but for those who visit longer interesting attractions, experiences out of the old town and an emerging food scene await those who linger. We’d go as far at to say Bratislava is still one of the most underrated capitals in Europe. Let’s discover this city together in our Bratislava, Slovakia travel guide.
10 Things to do in Bratislava City Tour | Slovakia Travel Guide:'(Slovensko)
Intro – 00:01
1) Devin Castle (hrad Devín – Devínsky) – 00:51
2) Slovak food at Modra Hviezda – 02:27
3) Bratislava Castle (Bratislavský hrad) – 06:03
4) Breakfast at Mondieu – 06:40
5) Explore the Old Town of Bratislava (Staré Mesto) including St Martin’s Cathedral (Katedrála svätého Martina) – 10:09
6) Blue Church (Modrý kostolík) – 11:37
7) UFO Bridge (Nový Most) – 12:04
8) Danube Walk or River Cruise – 12:30
9) Slovak Cuisine at Prašná bašta – 12:40
10) Ice Hockey Game watching HC Slovan Bratislava (Hokejový klub Slovan Bratislava) – 15:10
Transportation – 16:42
Outro – 16:56
Our visit Bratislava travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (Slovak), top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting castles, churches, the old town and museums and Bratislava by night for ice hockey. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won’t find in a typical Bratislava tourism brochure, Bratislava itinerary or Bratislava, Slovakia city tour.
10 Things to do in Bratislava, Slovakia Travel Guide Video Transcript:
We’re visiting Bratislava, Slovakia and in this video we’re going to show you guys 10 things to do in Bratislava. Let’s get started.
Our first stop was Devin Castle, which is located in Devin, a borough of Bratislava. This is the one attraction we visited that was a little further from the Old Town – a 30-minute bus ride.
Devin Castle is a ruined castle that sits on Slovak territory at the confluence of the Danube and Morava rivers.
We ate at a restaurant called “Modra Hviezda” which is located at the base of Bratislava Castle and feels like a cave.
Bratislava Castle was Built in the 9th century and modified over the centuries many times over, this 4-towered castle sits perched on a hill overlooking the Danube River.
You get nice views over the Old Town, plus you have the Slovak National Museum & the Baroque Gardens on the north side of the palace.
The following day, we set out to explore the Old Town and stopping cafe for a decadent breakfast.
Bratislava’s Old Town is compact & easy to explore on foot and cover most of the sights in one day. We went on our own do-it-yourself tour finding all sorts of interesting statues & landmarks.
The Blue Church is located on Bezručova Street, which is about a 10-15 minute walk from the Old Town designed in the art nouveau style.
Locals in Bratislava like to say that the best view of their city is from the UFO Bridge because you can’t see the UFO bridge. You get amazing views of Bratislava during sunset.
And while you’re down by the Danube, you can either enjoy a stroll along the river, or go on a sightseeing cruise.
Prašná bašta is another cozy restaurant located at basement level and we had another wonderful meal.
For sports fans be sure to check out a HC Slovan Bratislava ice hockey game. They play in the KHL and the level of hockey and entertainment value is fantastic.
And that’s a wrap for our trip to Bratislava. While we can see the appeal of doing this as a day trip from Vienna, we loved having the extra time to really enjoy the city, try out some great restaurants, and make it to some of the further attractions like Devin Castle. If you have a few days to spare, this is a great little capital to visit.
Any other things to do in Bratislava that we may have missed, feel free to share your suggestions with travellers in the comments below.
This is part of our Travel in Slovakia video series showcasing Slovak food (Slovakian food), Slovak culture (Slovakian culture) and Slovak cuisine (Slovakian cuisine).