Bratislava is the capital city of Slovakia. The city is located along the Danube River and has Austria and Hungary along its border. Bratislava is one of the favorite destinations for nature lover as the place is surrounded by vineyards and as well as Little Carpathian mountains, which is crisscrossed with cycling trails and forested hiking. The place is full of attraction points, and witness huge tourist inflow round the year.
Have a look at some of the major attractions of Bratislava
- Bratislava Castle
It is the main castle of Bratislava. The castle is basically a massive rectangular building having four towers in each corner, which stands on the rocky hill of the Little Carpathians. It stands here directly.
- St Martin’s Cathedral
This is a church in Bratislava, Slovakia, and also the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bratislava. The Cathedral is located at the western border of the city and it is below Bratislava Castle. So, you can plan trips to the Cathedral, while visiting the Bratislava Castle.
- Old Town Hall
It is a complex of buildings belongs to the 14th century. The old town hall has got its significance because of being the oldest stone buildings. The tower was built approximately in the year 1370.
- The Slovak National Theater denotes
This is the oldest Slovak professional theater and it consists of 3 ensembles.
- The Roland Fountain
If you have come to Bratislava means, your journey to the city is incomplete. It is the most famous fountain in Bratislava, and also the landmark of the city. The fountain was constructed in the year 1572 with an objective to provide water for public. Therefore, the fountain has a statue of Maximilian on its top.
- Schloss Hof
This is located in Austria and close to the border of Slovakia. Schloss Hof was once belonged to Prince Eugene of Savoy. Savoy purchased Schloss Hof during a late time of his life that in the year 1726.