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Cities in Slovakia:   - Bratislava - Poprad
Destinations in Slovakia:   - Bratislava Region - Danube River - Kosice - Presov Region

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Laser Tag Session in Bratislava

Laser Tag Session in Bratislava - Bratislava, Slovakia

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

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$17.95

Enjoy an amazing 2-hour laser tag session, plus other fun and exciting activities. The entertainment center allows children as well as adults to enjoy their free time playing laser tag, X-Box table tennis, XXL table football, or billiards.

Laser tag is a team game that engages everyone who is playful at heart and yearns for adventure ... More info ›

Enjoy an amazing 2-hour laser tag session, plus other fun and exciting activities. The entertainment center allows children as well as adults to enjoy their free time playing laser tag, X-Box table tennis, XXL table football, or billiards.

Laser tag is a team game that engages everyone who is playful at heart and yearns for adventure. The game introduces a brilliant symbiosis of fun, exercise, and adrenaline while it can be enjoyed by children and adults as well. In contrast with the popular game of paintball there is no dirt, pain or dropping out after getting shot. In this unique game you have unlimited lives and ammunition so everyone can enjoy it until the end. You will not be bored!

A game of laser tag generally lasts 12-minutes and is intended for 4 to 16 players from 8 years of age and above. A general rule applies that the more players there are, the more fun it gets. Before the beginning of the game, a professional team member will bring you into the briefing room to inform you about the rules, help you with vests and explain the use of the system. It is up to you to divide into one or more teams and choose a version of the game. Dressed in a special vest and equipped with a system that uses the newest hi-tech technology, you will enter the labyrinth. Darkness, dense fog, thrilling music, finger on the trigger, intersecting laser beams, adrenaline in the blood…. you are playing a laser game in Bratislava!

Space World offers 13 different variations of laser tag, including Zombies, Agents, Golden Hero, Territories, and Gladiators, so you will fully enjoy the action. With a maze of over 360 square meters and interactive components like energy gates, base stations, and lazer mirrors your battle will be so much fun.

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6-Night Private Tour of Slovakia's Highlights from Bratislava

6-Night Private Tour of Slovakia's Highlights from Bratislava - Bratislava, Slovakia

Duration: 7 days
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

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$1147.29

Visit the best places and top attractions in Slovakia. Experience Slovakia’s cultural heritage, beautiful castles, UNESCO sights and WWII monuments ... More info ›

Visit the best places and top attractions in Slovakia. Experience Slovakia’s cultural heritage, beautiful castles, UNESCO sights and WWII monuments. Meet the locals, who still live in the traditional way. See meadows and valleys with sheep, fairytale castles and the majestic High Tatra Mountains will surprise you with their charm. Don’t forget to take your camera for when you visit the medieval town of Levoča with the tallest altar of its kind in the world! Drift down the river on traditional wooden rafts, explore one of the most spectacular caves in Slovakia and experience the history of gold mining during an underground excursion in to the mines.

Day 1
Explore Bratislava, one of the most underrated capital cities in Europe with your local guide. Go for a drink in one of Bratislava’s famous pubs and fall in love with tasty Slovak beer.

Day 2
Experience a tour led by a local guide in the streets of Bratislava, walk around the most beautiful places and admire the stunning architecture and its different styles. You will also see Bratislava Castle, St. Martin’s Cathedral and the historic centre of Bratislava. For a perfect contrast, you will also visit the huge monuments to communist architecture Freedom square and the Slovak Radio Building. In the afternoon you will spend some time in one of the best-known spa resorts in Slovakia – Piešťany.

Day 3
After breakfast, you will travel north to visit the open-air museum of folk traditions. Traditional wooden houses and remarkably preserved tools are displayed here for the public. You will meet local people presenting their craftsmanship and folk culture. After taking a ride on the historical logging railway, you will visit Orava Castle. Travel back in time and enter rooms which have been restored to their original Renaissance and Baroque state.

Day 4
Keep watch out of the window as the roads lead you through the beautiful scenery of the High Tatra Mountains. Today you will visit the biggest medieval castle in Central Europe – Spiš Castle (UNESCO) - this is the number one filming location for movies set in medieval times, such as The Last Legion and Dragonheart. After lunch, you will enter St. James Church in the medieval town of Levoča (UNESCO) to see the tallest wooden altar in the world! The journey continues to the National park of Pieniny. Here you drift down the river on traditional wooden rafts of lumberjacks. Spend this night in a picturesque village perfectly located under the peaks of High Tatras.

Day 5
This morning you will enter the largest cave in the High Tatras. Admire the falling waterfalls, pools and crisp underground air, giving this cave an unforgettable atmosphere. Enjoy panoramic views in Štrbské Pleso – the most popular mountain resort in Slovakia! Next it’s time to visit the city of Banská Bystrica and its exhibition about the darkest moments of WWII featuring an amazing collection of tanks, guns and uniforms. You can even enter an old Russian plane and explore it from inside.

Day 6
Start with a short transfer to the town of Zvolen to see an armored train from WWII and the medieval castle that still retains its Renaissance look. Not far away is another highlight – the completely preserved medieval mining town of Banská Štiavnica (UNESCO). After lunch, you will pick up a helmet, cloak and lamp and enter the underground mines for a tour. Free time and overnight in Bratislava.

Day 7
Enjoy your return home with great memories from your tour of Slovakia.

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11-Day Tour of Slovakia from Bratislava

11-Day Tour of Slovakia from Bratislava - Bratislava, Slovakia

Duration: 11 days
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

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$1722.73

During this 11-day tour you will explore the most beautiful places in Slovakia. The tour is a great combination of cultural sightseeing and light walking tours ... More info ›

During this 11-day tour you will explore the most beautiful places in Slovakia. The tour is a great combination of cultural sightseeing and light walking tours. It's a comfortable way to learn about the natural and cultural heritage of Slovakia. It will provide you with a great experience based on active traveling. In 11 days you will travel all around the Slovakia, visit beautiful sites, National parks, wild forests, modern and old towns, countryside, castles, ruined churches and monasteries.

This tour is based on active traveling and the authentic experience of Slovakia. You will be in touch with locals and experience authentic spirit of Central Europe. This tour includes a great itinerary, comfortable traveling in a private car or minivan and high standard accommodation in hotels.

You will visit rush streets of old Bratislava with memorials, inns and restaurants.

You will stop in the mining towns of central Slovakia where you can experience the unique atmosphere of Central Europe. You will explore the UNESCO town of Banská Štiavnica. Here you can go inside real mines, visit an old castle, an anti-ottoman fortress or nearby noble hunting castle. In another small old town Kremnica you can admire the Gothic church and imposing town castle.

On your way you will follow the Gothic route of Spiš region. Here you will visit Levoča old town (UNESCO) and Spiš Castle (UNESCO). You will spend the night in the historical hotel in Spišská Kapitula (UNESCO).

During your travels you will experience the unique atmosphere of small towns, appreciate culinary specialties, local wines or beer from small breweries.

You will visit the castle ruin of Stará Ľubovňa, the stunning Orava castle and romantic chateau of Bojnice. You will explore the spooky ruins of Čachtice castle. The former residence of the bloody countess Elizabeth Báthory. You will stop in traditional wooden villages and old UNESCO wooden churches that are hundreds of years old.

You will visit three beautiful national parks. You will spend one day in the High Tatras, the smallest European high mountains. Here you can hike into deep valleys or enjoy the atmosphere of mountain cabins. You can stop in beautiful Belianska cave or take a cable car to the top of Lomnica Peak. Here you can enjoy a coffee in the Observatory (altitude 2634 m) and a beautiful view from Poland to Hungary. Any more active hikers can climb to the peaks with a mountain guide.

In Pieniny National Park we will visit old Carthusian monastery and raft the river Dunajec under steep rocks. You will have lunch in a Polish spa city or hike in a national park. In a another National park Slovak Paradise we can hike up beautiful river gorges or visit unique Ice cave.

Itinerary:
DAY 1 Bratislava and vicinity
DAY 2 Mining towns
DAY 3 Central Slovakia
DAY 4 Jewels of Spiš region
DAY 5 East Slovakia
DAY 6 Pieniny National Park
DAY 7 Hight Tatras National Park
DAY 8 Slovak Paradise National Park
DAY 9 Orava castle
DAY 10 Bloody Bathory day
DAY 11 Farewell

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Private Tour: Bratislava Walking Tour

Private Tour: Bratislava Walking Tour - Bratislava, Slovakia
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

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$51.44

Discover the best of Bratislava on this 3-hour private tour of Slovakia’s beautiful capital. With a private guide beside you, walk through the delightful Bratislava Old Town to see Main Square, Primatial Palace and St Michael’s Gate, among other gems ... More info ›

Discover the best of Bratislava on this 3-hour private tour of Slovakia’s beautiful capital. With a private guide beside you, walk through the delightful Bratislava Old Town to see Main Square, Primatial Palace and St Michael’s Gate, among other gems. Also, enjoy a sightseeing drive around a host of other landmarks, seeing everything from the Presidential Palace to blue-colored St Elisabeth Church. Photo stops at Bratislava Castle and Napoleon’s Hill to capture views over the city add the finishing touches. This private tour ensures you enjoy personalized attention throughout.

Start your tour with a pickup from your centrally located Bratislava hotel. Then, set off on your private tour of Slovakia’s charming capital in an air-conditioned car or minivan, with your own private guide.

Discover the city’s fascinating history on a walking tour around Bratislava Old Town. As you stroll the cobbled lanes, listen to your guide share absorbing facts about the medieval and Baroque architecture around you.

Linger in Main Square, once the setting of medieval markets, and admire the Old Town Hall, with its 13th-century clock tower. Along the way, see St Michael’s Gate, the last of four original city gates, and the Primatial Palace (Primaciálny Palác), a former bishop’s residence that was the scene of Napoleon’s signing of the Peace of Pressburg in 1805. Pass by the Universitas Istropolitana, Bratislava’s oldest university, and St Martin’s Cathedral, the site of the coronations of 11 Austro-Hungarian monarchs between 1536 and 1830.

As well as exploring Bratislava Old Town, take a sightseeing drive around the city’s other sights. Head to Bratislava Castle and Napoleon’s Hill to capture panoramic views over the city, and see the Presidential Palace, Slovak National Theatre, Opera House and array of other interesting buildings. Have your camera ready especially for St Elisabeth Church, an art nouveau church that’s painted bright blue and one of the city’s most-loved landmarks.

After around three hours, your tour ends when your guide drops you back at your hotel.

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Bratislava City Highlights Walking Tour

Bratislava City Highlights Walking Tour - Bratislava, Slovakia
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

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$36.81

Hit the historical highlights of Bratislava on this 1-hour walking tour. Learn about Slovakian culture and history as a professional guide takes you through the bustling Main Square to see Old Town Hall, the gorgeous palace at Primatial Square, the peaceful Franciscan Square and St Martin’s Cathedral ... More info ›

Hit the historical highlights of Bratislava on this 1-hour walking tour. Learn about Slovakian culture and history as a professional guide takes you through the bustling Main Square to see Old Town Hall, the gorgeous palace at Primatial Square, the peaceful Franciscan Square and St Martin’s Cathedral. Stroll through popular cobblestoned streets of Bratislava Old Town, and admire great examples of Classicist, Gothic and Baroque architecture.

Meet your guide at the centrally located Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel to begin your tour, then follow your guide through Primatial Square in Bratislava Old Town. Right away you notice Primatial Palace (Primaciálny Palác), a lovely pink and white structure dominating the square. The palace was built in 1781 with a Classicist-style facade capped with marble statues and a cast iron cardinal’s hat. Learn how Napoleon signed the Peace of Pressburg treaty here in 1805 after his defeat at the Battle of Austerlitz.

Next, travel to the heart of the city, to the lively Main Square and see Old Town Hall, the oldest town hall in Slovakia. Listen to your guide talk about how Old Town Hall served as the main marketplace and space for public gatherings, and housed a prison and minting site. Today, the building hosts the Bratislava City Museum, and the outlook from the top of the tower offers panoramic views of Bratislava Old Town.

Your guide then leads you to Franciscan Square, a more serene space than the Main Square. Named after the Franciscan church with a monastery, the square is surrounded by historical buildings, but the main landmark is Mirbach Palace, a gorgeous Rococo-styled construction from 1770.

Visit Bratislava’s largest church, St Martin's Cathedral, built in the 14th century, and learn how this church once served as the coronation site for the kingdom of Hungary.

Your introductory and informative tour also includes visits to several charming Bratislava Old Town streets, where you’ll see more palaces and other historical sites, and also note some quaint vintage shops to perhaps visit later on. Your tour concludes back at the original start point in the early afternoon.

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Bratislava by Night: Walking Tour

Bratislava by Night: Walking Tour - Bratislava, Slovakia
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

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$77.31

Admire the beauty and history of Bratislava by night on a walking tour. A resident guide will lead you up a hill to Bratislava Castle and through the picturesque streets of Bratislava Old Town to see the majestic Slovak National Theatre and Reduta, home of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra ... More info ›

Admire the beauty and history of Bratislava by night on a walking tour. A resident guide will lead you up a hill to Bratislava Castle and through the picturesque streets of Bratislava Old Town to see the majestic Slovak National Theatre and Reduta, home of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra. Cross the Danube River, ascend the famous UFO Observation Deck for fabulous views of the city and top the night off with a drink at its sky-high restaurant. Entrance fees are at your own expense.

Meet your guide at the centrally located Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel to begin your tour. Stroll through the charming, cobblestoned streets of Bratislava Old Town toward Bratislava Castle, a gleaming white structure located on a hill. When you reach the top, enjoy the castle grounds as your guide explains the castle’s history dating back to the Stone Age. Then, climb up one of the castle’s four towers and take in amazing views of the city and Danube River.

Trek back down the hill, follow your guide through the meandering, narrow streets of Bratislava Old Town and admire the Neo-Renaissance architecture of the 19th century Slovak National Theatre. Your guide explains how drama productions at the theater served an important role in reviving national pride and how today you can see marvelous performances of opera, ballet and drama.

Visit more beautiful architecture at Reduta, home of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, and learn how Reduta was built in 1915 on what used to be a stone granary in the 18th century. Today, Reduta is a venue for extravagant balls and the annual Bratislava Music Festival.

Cross the Danube River and end your tour on a high note by riding an elevator up to the UFO Observation Deck, 312 feet (95 meters) above ground. At the top, take in panoramic views on the open-air platform, where the eastern side gives you a romantic, lit-up view of the city center and the western side rewards you with views of Devin Castle and the river.

Enjoy a leisurely drink at the round-shaped restaurant located below the deck (own expense), and note how the city lights have turned Bratislava into a different sight to behold. Your guide will then lead you back to the Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel.

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