BRATISLAVA




Castle | views over the river


Old Town | views as you walk down from the castle


Fach | great for people watching + local wine/beer pre dinner


Fach | minimalist interior


Castle gardens



Urban Bistro | breakfast spot



Five Points | grab a coffee to go + talk a walk along the promenade


Green Buddha | such great seafood


S E E

Castle | a short walk but great views + beautiful gardens
Old Town | a lovely pedestrianised area with lots narrow streets
Promenade | lovely walk along the Danube river

E A T / D R I N K

Green Buddha | Asian cuisine - can't recommend enough
Jasmin | couldn't get a booking but really good reviews
SKY Bar + Restaurant | great views over the city - go for sunset
Urban Bistro | breakfast spot - avo toast + smoothies
Fach | minimalist interior perfection - stop for wine early evening or coffee in the morning
Five Points | great coffee + another breakfast option

S T A Y

Ambiente Serviced Apartments | extremely central, spacious + very affordable

Compared to surrounding cities like Budapest, Vienna or Prague, Bratislava is not on the obvious city break list but highly worth a visit. In terms of scale, Bratislava is very small but that being said it still has plenty of charm. The Old Town is really special, especially at dusk. I recommend taking a walk pre dinner and stopping in one of the local wine bars or coffee shops lining the pedestrian streets. You won't be disappointed, I promise!

Next stop, Vienna




Photos | own archive

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