Hviezdoslav Square

Panoramic view

60 min.

20 min. - UFO

Available from April 15, 2024.
Whole year except 24. a 25.12.

26 €
Child from 3 - 12 y.
16 €
Child till 3 y.

You have to try out this new addition to our offer! Step on board of our red “Prešporáčik® “ Oldtimer vehicles and start exploring Bratislava from the other side of the river, place that certainly has a lot to offer. 


We’ll begin our journey by crossing the iconic “SNP” Bridge, over the shimmering waters of the Danube, all the way to the largest Slovak exhibition center, “INCHEBA”. 


We’ll take you under the “UFO” observation tower, where you’ll have a 20-minute break to take an elevator ride to a height of 95 meters and enjoy an unforgettable view of the city and its surroundings. Visiting this structure is undoubtedly one of the most iconic moments, that every traveler should experience when visiting Bratislava. 


After the break, the ride by Bratislava city tour continues around “Janko Kráľ” Park – the oldest public park in Central Europe, featuring distinctive architectural elements and historically interesting buildings related to life by the Danube. The route then leads us around the “Arena” Theatre, which has hosted many famous personalities over the years and continues to serve as a prestigious venue for projects in all artistic disciplines.  


Then by crossing the “Apollo” Bridge, named after the former Bratislava refinery, and the only European structure to receive the prestigious Opal Awards in 2006, we move on to the modern district locally known as the “Bratislava Manhattan”. The waterfront with the first Slovak skyscraper, “Sky Park”, “Panorama City”, “Eurovea” shopping center, and the new building of the National Theatre forms a photogenic panorama that you might expect somewhere on the Atlantic coast rather than in a small country in the heart of Europe.


The route then passes by Bratislava’s most attractive Secessionist building, the Blue Church, and the Comenius University, returning to the historic center at the beginning of your journey.

Tickets can be bought in our office „Panská“ Street 37, or at our selling stand in Hviezdoslav square (by the historical building of the Slovak National Theate). In season also at the seller in „Rybné“ Square. If you are a bigger group, it is best to reserve your tour upfront for a certain time and date.


144 places (26, 26, 27, 27, 27, 11 seats)


Operating hours:

ALL YEAR (except 24.12. a 25.12.)

09:00 – 18:00 SEASON 1.3. – 31.10. 

10:00 – 16:00 OFF SEASON 8.1. – 29.2. a 1.11. – 7.1.


We recommend to visit :


Bratislava Castle – nádvorie a barok garden 


St. Martin’s Cathedral – coronation church of  11 Hungarian  kings including Maria Theresa and 8 queens.


Archbishop Palace –  with Mirror Hall and  a collection of Tapestries presenting an antique Greek legend of the tragic love of Leandro and Héra.


Krens passage – a walkway over an abyss, formed by the illusion/reflection of mirrors from endless walls of books


Slovak National Gallery


Slovak National Museum


Slovak National Salon of Wines – tasting of the best Slovak wines 


Museum of transport


Clock Museum


Opera performance, church concert or theater

Military bunkers – from the period of World War II


Route map