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Cities in Slovakia:   Bratislava

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Transfer Vienna Airport to Bratislava City

Transfer Vienna Airport to Bratislava City - Bratislava, Slovakia

Duration: 50 to 90 mins
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

From USD
$70.68

Experience a stress-free private transfer from Vienna International Airport to your hotel or accommodation in central Bratislava . Your professional and courteous English-speaking driver will take you to your specified location.

Transfer from Vienna International Airport to central Bratislava  in an air-conditioned vehicle ... More info ›

Experience a stress-free private transfer from Vienna International Airport to your hotel or accommodation in central Bratislava . Your professional and courteous English-speaking driver will take you to your specified location.

Transfer from Vienna International Airport to central Bratislava  in an air-conditioned vehicle. Sit back and relax as your English-speaking driver takes the wheel and transports you door-to-door in a safe, efficient, and comfortable manner.

This transfer is designed to be stress-free. Spend less time worrying about how to get where you need to be and instead allow your driver to take you directly to your hotel.

Transfer to/from Bratislava:

Ttaking you from Vienna to a city full of old-town charm, sophisticated restaurants, traditional pubs, good music, and stylish people. Spend less time worrying about how to get where you need to be and instead allow your driver to take you directly to your hotel in Bratislava city center.



At time of booking, you must include the following details:

• Airline

• Flight Number

• Departing City / Arrival City

• Arrival Time

• Hotel Name

• Hotel Address

• Return Hotel Pick-up Time

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Medieval Bratislava with a historian - 2 hours

Medieval Bratislava with a historian - 2 hours - Bratislava, Slovakia

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

From USD
$106.02

Medieval Bratislava was a border fort but not only soldiers lived there. It was a bustling commercial and intellectual hub connecting the old Hungarian kingdom and the West, always full of locals and foreigners looking for delicious wine, precious metals, clothes and fine horses ... More info ›

Medieval Bratislava was a border fort but not only soldiers lived there. It was a bustling commercial and intellectual hub connecting the old Hungarian kingdom and the West, always full of locals and foreigners looking for delicious wine, precious metals, clothes and fine horses. We will follow the steps of soldiers, merchants and friars and look for medieval gems hidden in the 18th century baroque town.

This tour unravels the stories and secrets of life in the Middle Ages.
St. Martin's Church is the best starting point of our tour because it is the heart of old Bratislava. Moreover, it offers a unique insight into the medieval way of thinking. After that we would visit the city walls, which reveal the tensions and dangers of those times, as well as the former High Street of the Romanesque town, that was later converted into a peaceful ecclesiastical quarter. We cannot bypass the oldest nunnery with a splendid tower that really isn't and the oldest preserved church with its Sainte Chapelle. All these monuments have been guarded for centuries by St. Michael from his gate. Finally, our way will lead us to the centre of municipal power - the Old Town Hall and we will look for the Mediterranean-like houses around.



Highlights:
St. Martin's Church (nowadays Cathedral)
Kapitulska Street
Fortification Walls and St. Michael's Gate
Poor Clares Monastery
Franciscan Monastery
Old Town Hall and Main Square
Academia Istropolitana College
and many more

Inclusions:
entrance fee to St. Martin's Church (Cathedral)

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Medieval Bratislava with a historian - 3 hours

Medieval Bratislava with a historian - 3 hours - Bratislava, Slovakia

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

From USD
$176.70

Medieval Bratislava was a border fort but not only soldiers lived there. It was a bustling commercial and intellectual hub connecting the old Hungarian kingdom and the West, always full of locals and foreigners looking for delicious wine, precious metals, clothes and fine horses ... More info ›

Medieval Bratislava was a border fort but not only soldiers lived there. It was a bustling commercial and intellectual hub connecting the old Hungarian kingdom and the West, always full of locals and foreigners looking for delicious wine, precious metals, clothes and fine horses. We will follow the steps of soldiers, merchants and friars and look for medieval gems hidden in the 18th century baroque town.

This tour unravels the stories and secrets of life in the Middle Ages. It is an extended version of the 2-hours tour.
Castle is the best starting point of our tour because it is easier to walk downhill at the beginning than uphill at the end of the tour. We continue through the oldest parts of Bratislava to St. Martin's Church that is its heart. Moreover, St. Martin's offers a unique insight into the medieval way of thinking. After that we would visit the city walls, which reveal the tensions and dangers of those times, as well as the former High Street of the romanesque town, that was later converted into a peaceful ecclesiastical quarter. We cannot bypass the oldest nunnery with a splendid tower that really isn't and the oldest preserved church with its Sainte Chapelle. All these monuments have been guarded for centuries by St. Michael from his gate. Finally, our way will lead us to the centre of municipal power - the Old Town Hall and we will look for the Mediterranean-like houses around.

Highlights:
Castle
St. Martin's Church (nowadays Cathedral)
Kapitulska Street
Fortification Walls and St. Michael's Gate
Poor Clares Monastery
Franciscan Monastery
Old Town Hall and Main Square
Academia Istropolitana College
and many more

Inclusions:
entrance fee to St. Martin's Church (Cathedral) and to Old Town Hall Tower

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Jewish Bratislava

Jewish Bratislava - Bratislava, Slovakia

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

From USD
$29.45

Growing town and flourishing commerce attracted Jewish merchants, who settled in Bratislava, then Preslava/Pressburg, in the 13th century. It became an important Jewish centre of the Hungarian kingdom and pre-WW2 Slovakia.The catastrophe of WW2 and post-war emigration depopulated the Jewish quarter and Bratislava lost one of its characteristic features - Jews living next to the parish church in the oldest part of the town ... More info ›

Growing town and flourishing commerce attracted Jewish merchants, who settled in Bratislava, then Preslava/Pressburg, in the 13th century. It became an important Jewish centre of the Hungarian kingdom and pre-WW2 Slovakia.The catastrophe of WW2 and post-war emigration depopulated the Jewish quarter and Bratislava lost one of its characteristic features - Jews living next to the parish church in the oldest part of the town. We are going to trace the almost invisible community that has been living in Bratislava for more than 700 years.

We will meet in front of the Opera House on Hviezdoslav Square (Hviezdoslavovo namestie) because the oldest Jewish quarter once existed just behind the corner. You will learn many surprising details about medieval Hungarian Jews and the first Bratislava community. Afterwards we will visit the Holocaust and neolog synagogue monument. We will continue to the virtually lost Jewish orthodox quarter that used to house a yeshiva, a synagogue and a functionalist kosher canteen (the only monument left). Later on we will return to the Old Town and talk about various interesting Jewish figures - a collector of Jewish antiquities, a brave lady, a bookseller, an artist and a jeweller. We will visit the site of mikveh and the second medieval Jewish quarter. The end of our tour will be in front of the only functioning synagogue in Slovakia. Visit of the synagogue is also possible upon previous request.

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Basic Bratislava Tour

Basic Bratislava Tour - Bratislava, Slovakia

Duration: 1 to 1.5 hrs
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

From USD
$12.96

Are you in a hurry? Don't like long tours but would like to get familiar with the Old Town? This tour is just for you!

You will get familiar with the urban development of Bratislava, its main monuments and historical events as well as some funny anecdotes. Our tour will begin in front of the Primate's Palace on Primate's Square (Primacialne namestie), which is one of the nicest palaces built in the Old Town ... More info ›

Are you in a hurry? Don't like long tours but would like to get familiar with the Old Town? This tour is just for you!

You will get familiar with the urban development of Bratislava, its main monuments and historical events as well as some funny anecdotes. Our tour will begin in front of the Primate's Palace on Primate's Square (Primacialne namestie), which is one of the nicest palaces built in the Old Town. We will visit the Old Town Hall with its romantic courtyard and the Main Square, that reflects the events of the past eight centuries. Just a few steps away is the oldest preserved church, part of the quiet Franciscan monastery. Michalska Street (with St. Michael's Tower) is the busiest artery of the Old Town with many beautiful palaces and the Academia Istropolitana College. We will proceed to St. Martin's Cathedral and from there down to the liveliest square in town, named after the Slovak poet P. O. Hviezdoslav. Moreover, I will show you the best souvenir shops, trendy cafes and restaurants and give you some useful tips and hints. In a little bit more than an hour you can get the best of historical centre.

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Private Transfer from Bratislava to Krakow

Private Transfer from Bratislava to Krakow - Bratislava, Slovakia

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia

From USD
$68.32

Enjoy a private 5-hour ride from your hotel in Bratislava to your hotel in Krakow with the possibility of doing some sightseeing on the way. All our cars are modern, spacious vans that can carry up to 8 passengers with their luggage.

Meet your English-speaking driver at your hotel or accommodation in Bratislava at the arranged pick-up time and enjoy a smooth transfer to your hotel or accommodation in Krakow, with the possibility of doing some sightseeing on the way.
The transfer is done via the highway that goes through Brno (CZ), Olomouc (CZ), Ostrava (CZ) and Katowice (PL) ... More info ›

Enjoy a private 5-hour ride from your hotel in Bratislava to your hotel in Krakow with the possibility of doing some sightseeing on the way. All our cars are modern, spacious vans that can carry up to 8 passengers with their luggage.

Meet your English-speaking driver at your hotel or accommodation in Bratislava at the arranged pick-up time and enjoy a smooth transfer to your hotel or accommodation in Krakow, with the possibility of doing some sightseeing on the way.
The transfer is done via the highway that goes through Brno (CZ), Olomouc (CZ), Ostrava (CZ) and Katowice (PL). The distance between Bratislava and Krakow is ~460 km and the total duration of the transfer without counting stops is around 5 hours with normal traffic conditions.
All our cars are equipped with air conditioner and heating system, and have enough space for the luggage of an 8-person group.
We provide bottled water to all the passengers.

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