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Bratislava is located in the southwestern part of the country, on the Danube river, close to the border with Austria and Hungary. The influence of the culture and language of the three nations - Slovak, Austrian and Hungarian - have mixed in this town over centuries.
 
The historical centre of Bratislava is connected with the glorious period of the coronations of Hungarian kings. In the years 1563 - 1830 nineteen royal coronation processions passed through the streets of this medieval town.
 
In the recent years Bratislava has become a new tourist destination in Europe. Although the city centre cannot compete in size with Vienna and Budapest, foreign visitors appreciate its compact Old Town with charming narrow streets, courtyards and many other attractions.
 
We offer tailor made tours and programs for your leisure or incentive clients coming to Bratislava. 
 
We will book a suitable hotel accommodation in Bratislava for you and prepare a program for a three or four day visit. There is a big choice of hotels from 2* to 5* hotels. See few examples >

Old Town and Opera night

DAY 1  Arrival and Guided Tour
arrival and check in at the hotel of your choice, short guided tour of Bratislava, dinner

DAY 2 Old Town - Devín Castle - Opera Night
morning guided tour of the Old Town including the Bratislava castle, after lunch visit of the ruins of the Devin castle on the Danube river. In the evening visit of the Opera performance.

DAY 3 Small Carpathian Wine Tour
full day excursion to the Small Carpathian region famous for its vineyards.
 
                                                                                                                        
The Opera and the Ballet of the Slovak National Theatre are very popular among foreign visitors due to their high quality and convenient prices. The historical Opera building is located directly in the city centre. The performances are subtitled in Slovak or German language and are suitable also for English speaking visitors.
 

Bratislava guided tour with Danubiana gallery

DAY 1  Arrival
arrival and check in at the hotel of your choice, dinner with gypsy music in a local restaurant 
 
DAY 2  Bratislava Guided Tour
after breakfast meeting with your guide for a city tour of the Old Town and the castle area, lunch, visit of the Primate´s Palace and the historical tapestry exhibition, dinner
 
DAY 3 Danubiana Gallery 
after breakfast visit of the gallery of modern art Danubiana on the Danueb river, lunch, at a previous arranged time transfer to the airport
 

During the guided city tour you will see the Main Square with the Old Town Hall, the historical Opera building, the St. Martin´s Cathedral. You will drive up to the castle area of the Bratislava castle and enjoy the beautiful view over the Old Town. The tour takes approximately 2 hours and can be combined as a bus and walking tour.
 

Devin Castle visit


Devin castle is situated on a high cliff over the Morava and Danube rivers, about 12 km away from the Bratislava city center and close to the border with Austria.
The history of this fortress dates back to the 9th century, the period of the Great Moravian Empire. Thanks to its strategic position the castle has played for centuries a significant defending role on the western border of the Hungarian kingdom. In 1809 it was blown up by the French army.
 



The Devin castle has remain in ruins up to the present times, still its thousand years of history and the beautiful scenery with the views from the castle hill attract numerous visitors. The Devin tour can be made by a boat with regular departures from Bratislava.


Small Carpathian wine tour

On the eastern side of the Small Carpathians stretches from Bratislava a strip of little towns and villages that have a common attribute wine-growing. They create a Small Carpathian wine region, which is the largest in terms of size and importance in Slovakia.
 
The Small Carpathian wine route offers tourists and lovers of nature, folk culture and quality wine a pleasant stay in typical wine bars and vineyards spread in individual towns and villages.

Together with the wine tasting goes also the tasting of delicious local gastronomy.
 

Special guided tours can be arranged upon request for smaller groups or for full bus groups. During the tour the guests may visit a local ceramic manufacture, the museum of wine and experience the wine tasting in a different way, for example in complete darkness. The famous Red Stone Castle is situated on the Small Carpathian wine route and is usually included into the program.

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