Bratislava in a day (part 1)


Imagine you are on a day trip to Bratislava. You want to do some sight-seeing, go to nice restaurants and get the most of it. Let me be your guide today!

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One of the main sights of the town is St. Martin's Cathedral. Situated in Staré mesto (Old town), it's the largest and oldest cathedral in Bratislava. It's known especially for being the coronation church of the Kingdom of Hungary between 1563 and 1830 and is one of the two Hungarian Gothic minsters today in Slovakia.



Now let's go for some food. One of the most touristic places in Bratislava is Slovak Pub. It's interesting to sit there because you will find only Slovak dishes in the menu and each room reproduces certain period of the Slovak history.



This is the Janošik's room. It's dedicated to Janošik - a famous Slovak outlaw. According to the legends, he stole from the rich and gave to the poor.

Pork schnitzel
Chicken Cordon bleu

This is not a dessert. It is the main course and yes, it's sweet. It's absolutely normal to have it for lunch in Slovakia. Now off to the real dessert...



You can find all those yummy things at Wagner.


After all that food it's time for a walk. Koliba is a popular outdoor place on a hill above Bratislava.



And what is a trip to Bratislava without a pint at the end of the day? This place is called SunDeck. It is a boat turned into a bar where you can have a good draught beer, listen to some nice music and have an amazing view of the city center. Our virtual city tour ends here. I hope you enjoyed it!



Bratislava in a day (part 1) Bratislava in a day (part 1) Reviewed by Stanislava E. on August 27, 2014 Rating: 5

14 comments:

  1. много приятна разходка!

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  2. I enjoyed it a lot, was like I was there too! Thanks for the guiding Stanislava, Bratislava must be a gorgeous city! The Cathedral is so impressive and love all the nature around. But of course what made me stunned is also their food, totally mouthwatering! I didnt know is normal to have something sweet for lunch there, so interesting!:P Janosik's legend reminds me of Robin Hood. You look beautiful!:) Kisses! xo

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  3. You are back!!!!! I was so happy when I saw you comment on my blog! This trip looks amazing, St. Martin's Cathedral interior is just breathtaking, specially the Gothic gold frames around the figures. The food looked delicious! specially the chocolate cake (yum!) and I loved the boat bar concept! an amazing view with beer and good people sounds like heaven right now (I'm at work lol). I really enjoyed this post and I can't wait to see more! Welcome back darling :)
    XOXO

    Milu
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  4. Stunning pictures!

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  5. I'd love to take a trip to Bratislava too, the city looks amazing:) St. Martin's Cathedral looks amazingly beautiful. Besides, all other snapshots are wonderfully done! Can't wait to see more:)
    Have a fabulous time!

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  6. Thanks for this lovely virtual tour guide. It looks like you enjoyed yourself, the St. Martins Cathedral is incredible. Also, great to learn more about the city I imagine!
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  7. Really nice walk .

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  8. The food looks really good. Thanks for the tour, Bratislava is still on my travel list.

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  9. You really make it appear so easy along with your presentation however I to find this topic to be
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  10. What an interesting and informative guide. This is a city which has so much to offer including a spectacular cathedral. I didn't know about the sweet dishes for lunch but with my sweet tooth I'm sure I would enjoy it. Great cakes too!

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  11. Everything is so beautiful! I love the church and the food looks delish ;)

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  12. thanks for sharing these photos!! loving all the food pictures, lol! yum!!


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