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Slovakia is a hidden gem in the heart of Europe you probably never heard of.
You can find here the most epic castles like from a fairytale, stunning nature, beautiful historic cities and traditional folk villages.
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12 places in Slovakia you need to see:
1. Banská Štiavnica
2. Bojnice castle
3. Súľov rocks
4. Orava castle
5. Slovak paradise
6. Bratislava castle
7. St. Elisabeth Cathedral in Košice
8. Vlkolínec village
9. High Tatras
10. Spiš castle
11. Devín castle
12. Čičmany village
bonus closing shot - Hriňovské lazy during spring.
Slovensko je ukrytý klenot v srdci Európy. Môžete tu nájsť majestátne hrady a zámky ako z rozprávky, úchvatné prírodné scenérie, prekrásne historické mestá a tradičné ľudové dedinky.
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12 najkrajších miest, ktoré si nesmiete nechať újsť:
1. Banská Štiavnica
2. Bojnický zámok
3. Súľovské skaly
4. Oravský hrad
5. Slovenský raj
6. Bratislavský hrad
7. Dóm sv. Alžbety v Košiciach
9. Vysoké Tatry
10. Spišský hrad
11. Hrad Devín
bonusový zatvárací záber - Hriňovské lazy na jar.
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2. mount titano
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montegiardino is one of the nine assemblages or castelli of san marino. it has 910 tenants in a quarter of three.31 km². it's miles home to the college of the republic of san marino, the country's absolutely college. wikipedia
5. borgo maggiore
borgo maggiore is one of the 9 assemblages or castelli of san marino. it lies on the foot of monte titano and has a loads of 6,631,
making it the second greatest town of san marino, after dogana. wikipedia
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7. piazza della liberta
piazza della libertà is a city rectangular in san marino. structures across the rectangular. palazzo pubblico (san marino) · statua della libertà. wikimedia
dogana is a city and a regular ward, whose name connotes conventions residence; it's miles arranged in the north-japanese corner of san marino within the serravalle district. the city is the most populated settlement in the republic. wikipedia
9. basilica di san marino
the basilica di san marino is a catholic church organized within the republic of san marino. while the country has a selected dominance of eminent religious systems of christian truth, the basilica is the important church of the city of san marino. wikipedia deal with: piazzale domus plebis, 47890 città di san marino, san marino
10. the diners of san marino metropolis
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Slovakia is a central European country known for its dramatic natural landscape and many castles. Near the Austrian border, capital city Bratislava features a pedestrian-only Old Town with a lively cafe scene. Rising on a hill above the Danube River, Bratislava Castle houses a branch of the Slovak National Museum, with displays ranging from Roman artifacts to 20th-century arts and crafts.
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10 Things to do in Bratislava, Slovakia Travel Guide
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
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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.
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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).
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A great tour of central Europe really can take you many places, but our suggested itinerary for a central european tour starts in Budapest, Hungary, then heads to Vienna, Austria, with a day trip to Bratislava, Slovakia. Then you have options. If you have time you can visit Salzburg, Austria & Munich, Germany and then Finish off in Prague, The Czech Republic. If you do not have a lot of time then the top three are Budapest, Vienna and Prague.
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Is Bratislava, Slovakia worth visting? This travel guide and vlog of my first time in Bratislava will answer that question! This video is all about my first impressions of the Slovakian capital. It also features some of the best things to do in Bratislava, from a spinning 360 degree restaurant to the best night time view of the city from the UFO Tower.
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Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum
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Should You Visit Bratislava? Trying Halušky in Slovakia. Things to do in the city. Travel Guide
We spent a day exploring the capital of Slovakia, Bratislava.
We started the day at the beautiful blue church (Church of St. Elizabeth), although we weren’t able to go in as it was closed.
Because the city is known for it’s many palaces, we next went to the Presidential Palace (The Grassalkovich Palace) where we took a look at the outside and the gardens, including many fountains and statues.
We then stopped to try some Slovakian food, particularly what they are best known for, a dumpling dish called Halušky.
On our way back to the old town we came upon a couple of churches as well as a small park with more statues.
We then made our way to one of the main squares of the city Hviezdoslavovo námestie where we managed to cool off a bit. We also passed by one of the more famous statues in Bratislava called Cumil (the Watcher).
From there we made our way up to Bratislava Castle to explore the outside and gardens a bit before a rain storm came in and we had to wrap things up early!
It is also referred as the Beauty on the Danube, it boasts incredible history, but it has also evolved to be dynamic region of the central Europe’s present.
With a population of around 450,000 inhabitants, Bratislava is located in the south-west of Slovakia, and stretches on both banks of the Danube and in the foothills of Little Carpathian mountains. Thanks to this favourable position it was always a commercial centre. In spite of its exciting history, Bratislava is one of the youngest Capitals of the world and its population is also very young. The modern metropolis is opened to Europe. Palaces, modern shopping and trade centres, admirable arts of the Slovak cooks and brewers, friendly people and various international cultural or sport events, exhibitions, and business opportunities are the reasons why it is worth of visit.
Church of St. Elizabeth (The Blue Church)
Like from a fairy-tale. Bratislava’s most appealing art nouveau building, a model of which is present in Brussels as well, representing Slovakia. When you look at it on a sunny day, it has the same color as the sky – and has its name for this obvious reason. The facade is blue. The mosaics are blue. The majolicas are blue. Everything, including the pale blue-gazed roof through the gate is blue. And not only exterior – its interior is also painted in shades of pale blue. No wonder it is always surrounded with people taking pictures of it.
Presidential Palace (Grassalkovich Palace)
Known as Slovakia’s White House, this palace is the official seat of the president of Slovakia. Its large French garden which is one of the most popular parks in Bratislava is definitely worth of visiting. In past this building used to serve as a venue for aristocratic society events and concerts. Josepf Haydn, a popular Austrian composer, held some of his concerts in this palace, for example.
Cumil Statue: It is one of the most popular statues in Bratislava. It represents the figure of a worker coming out of the sewers to look at the people around.The statues in the city are part of the rupture element with the past and the soviet influence in the country.
The monumental building of the Bratislava Castle is visible from a great distance. Certainly, every visitor of Bratislava notices the pronounced silhouette. The majestic impression is enhanced by the hill it stands on, some eighty-five metres above the water level of the Danube river.It was an important fortified settlement at the end of the 9th century. The first written reference to Bratislava from 907 is related to this period; it mentions a battle between the Bavarians and early Magyars under the Brezalauspurc Castle. First, there was a pre-Romanesque stone palace in the 11th and 12th century on the castle hill. Generous reconstruction of the castle started in 1423 and the result of this reconstruction was a Gothic castle referred to as a Sigismund`s castle.
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Thinking of heading to Central Europe for vacation holidays? Here we give you the Top 10 spots to check out in Central Europe.
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5. Bratislava, Slovakia
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1. Hlavné Námestie (Main Square)
Cumil - Man at Work statue
Schöne Náci statue
2. Hviezdoslavovo Námestie (Square)
Statue of Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav
Holy Trinity Column
3. Bratislava Castle
4. The Blue (St. Elizabeth) Church
5. St. Martin’s Cathedral
6. Grassalkovich (President) Palace
7. Primatial Palace
8. St. Michael’s Gate
9. UFO Tower
10. Slavin Memorial Monument
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