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Bratislava

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Bratislava Old Town
4.5/5
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Bratislava, Slovakia
Bratislava Castle
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Old Town Hall
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Historical building of the Slovak National Theatre
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Bratislava Day Trip from Vienna
5/5
31 Reviews
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Bratislava City Highlights Walking Tour
4.6/5
9 Reviews
FromAUD45.42

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JOJO’s wonderful trip   
Posted: 24 Nov 2018
JOJO’s wonderful trip   
Posted: 24 Nov 2018
Shirley Zhu   
Only three and a half hours of blue churches per day
In fact, about the color of the church, the churches around the world are full of colors, like the pink churches of the famous Dalat in Vietnam, which are popular in the ins and microblogs. Countless tourists came to take pictures. The blue church is also uncommon in the world, and the blue architectural style is good and rare. In recent years, this once-small blue church in Slovakia has entered people's field of vision, and there is still no fire. We havetened to go to the truth. The
church is hidden on the back street about 5 minutes from Tesco, not far from the old city. Originally thought that the building opposite the church is also an attraction. When you walk into it, it is a middle school. There are classes in the playground that are taking physical education classes.
The macarons blue church under the clear sky is really impossible to remove the line of sight, with green grass, like walking from a fairy tale! The churchs real name, St. Elizabeths Church, was built by the Hungarians more than 100 years ago to commemorate Princess Elizabeth and is one of the oldest churches in Bratislava.
The overall color of the church is mainly blue and white, and even the roof is also made of blue glazed ceramics, so the locals call it the blue church. The overall architectural style of the Blue Church is representative of the new art in the Hungarian Catholic Church, with medieval Baroque domes and towers, as if to say "we are not the same!".
Usually the door is closed and mysterious, and few people photograph it inside. The reason is that it is only at 6
Posted: 18 Oct 2019
Shirley Zhu   
An old city pond, the neglected Danube left bead
walking in the old town on the stone road polished by the years, history seems to spread silently at the foot; often can see the vicissitudes of historical sites, as well as the standard of the Central European town Nostalgia and coziness. No matter where you are lost in the old city, look up at the St. Michael's Tower built in the 13th century and you will be able to recognise the direction.
The wide road is full of Europeans drinking and chatting. In summer, the daytime in Europe is very long. At 9 o'clock in the evening, the sky is still bright, and the rhythm of everyone's life seems to have become slower. There are no tourists in Prague who are swarming here, more rustic and more lazy and lively.
The old town here maintains the classical European architectural style of the Middle Ages; the hidden beauty of Bratislava needs you to personally discover, bypassing the noisy commercial street, behind which is a quiet and lovely street corner. The orange roof is bright yellow, as if it were a dream of the old European city.
The quietly flowing Danube River is accompanied by people's life, sunrise and sunset. This kind of lingering, dynamic and beautiful beauty does not require any rendering and exaggeration.
The most common in the city is the street performers and the unique sculptures. All kinds of sculptures are full of whimsy and become the city card of Bratislava. They stand in the streets and lanes, and suddenly appear in your inadvertently. Dozens of street sculptures in the city are all vivid, some are as real as people.
The most special statue is the "watchman" on the picture above, and many tourists will come to the queue to take pictures. This is the most photographed statue in the city: a maintenance worker wearing a helmet and overalls, drilling his head from the sewer and resting on the ground. The muddy water of the sewer slid through the helmet, and the maintenance worker looked at the front of the mouth with a mysterious smile on the corner of his mouth.
At the corner of a street, a sculpture called "Mr. Silver" is also popular. A gentleman dressed in a man with a smile and a hat, is based on a local old man in the middle of the last century. His grandfather is a very famous clown. He is influenced by his grandfather and he hopes to bring to the city. Happiness and laughter, so I wear high hats and tuxedo every day to go to the old city, greet the ladies and bring joy to people.
Posted: 18 Oct 2019
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