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Ride up to Bratislava Castle, Where you can find Celtic, Roman and Slavonic history. You will be seduced by the ambiance of the large city and by a monument which can not be seen during the walking tour. You will learn about the uniqueness of the upside down pyramid, where exactly the UFO landed in Bratislava, what is the right name of the Presidential Palace and many other interesting things.…
- CASTLE WITH PANORAMIC VIEW
- PRESIDENTIAL PALACE AND SLOVAK NATIONAL COUNCIL – PARLIAMENT
Comfortable seated under the transparent (or opened) roof, we will take you through the old parts situated outside of the former medieval city and up to Bratislava Castle. The Courtyard of the medieval castle offers a magnificent view over the city and its surroundings, a nice baroque garden and park.
On the way to the castle you will see the Slovak National Theatre – Opera and the Philharmonic, lots of magnificent churches, the upside down Pyramid – Radio, Presidential – Grasalkovich palace, the old archbishop summer palace which are now Government offices, Parliament, fortification walls, St. Martin Coronation Cathedral …..and you will come back to the Old Town, from where we recommend that you continue with the second Old Town Tour or take a guided walk.
Total Capacity : 208 places
Castle Tour: 208 places (32, 32, 26, 26, 27, 27, 27 a 11 seats in Prešporáčik)
|15.3.-15.6. (09.00 – 18.00)|
|16.6.-15.9. (09.00 – 20.00)|
|16.9.-15.11.(09.00 – 18.00)|
|16.11.-15.3. (10.00 – 16.00)|
Tickets can be bought at our selling stand at the Main square or at Eugen Suchoň square by the historical building of the Slovak National Theater, which is also the starting point.
If you are a bigger group, it is best to reserve your tour up front for a certain time and date.
In Bratislava we recommend to visit :
St. Martin Cathedral – coronation church of 11 Hungarian kings including Maria-Teresia and 8 queens.
Archbishop Palace – with Mirror Hall and a collection of Tapestries presenting the antique Greek legend of tragic love of Leandro and Héra.
The Never-ending Gap of Bratislava – the Matej Kren Passage – a path made with an illusion using reflection of mirrors of never ending walls with books.
Military bunkers from the 2nd world war with exposition of real weapons, items and furniture
National Wine Exhibition with 100 of the best Slovak wines and tasting
Museum of transport
Organ Concert in Cathedral, theatre or other activities program,
For Groups we recommend to book:
Licensed Bratislava guide
Audio system for walking tour
Possibility of combination with all other services, places and visits