Bratislava is a very interesting city, and it’s the capital of Slovakia and the only capital city that shares borders with Austria and Hungary. It is situated in the south-western region of Slovakia. In modern times, Bratislava has become a cultural center and has various industries efficiently functioning.
Here are some fun things you might want to do the next time you’re opportune to be in Bratislava.
1. The New and Old Bridge
If you’re a fan of free adventures, then you mustn’t miss walking through both bridges in Bratislava. You should take off from the old town, and it’ll be more fun when you do this in the company of others. Just be sure you pay attention as you’ll be walking by the edge of the river. There’s a dangerously looking old bridge that might scare you but hang in there; it’s very safe to cross it. Interestingly, there’s a bubbly shopping center to catch your fancy as you keep to the left side along the river.
2. Shooting Club
People come from all works of life to have this experience in Bratislava. If you’ve ever wanted to know what it feels like to be an actor in a James Bond movie, then this is for you. It’s popularly called the Bratislava shooting club, and it’s a good place to meet new people. There’s a shooting instructor to help guide you throughout your shooting time, so don’t bother your head if you’ve never tried a shooting game.
3. The Famous Castle
Bratislava is home to this amazing castle that is a must-see for every visitor. Lovers of the art would love it here, as there are many shows and festivals to be seen. It’s important to find out when and what time the shows would begin and plan to see at least one. You also get a beautiful view of the city when you walk up the hill. The scenery is very apt for picnics and outdoor hangouts. It just might be an appropriate venue to propose!
4. White House
This is not the same White House that houses POTUS; this one is in Slovakia, and just as people enjoy taking pictures at the popular white house. Walking through Slovakia’s white house is also fun. It has a beautiful garden and houses some monuments. There’s a culture of planting trees by dignitaries. Ensure you look through as you might find one planted by someone from your home country.
5. Soviet Soldiers
History fans love it at Slavin memorial. This is where the names of all the soldiers who participated actively in getting Slovakia free and liberated are honored. Most people visit here to update their knowledge, and there are many frequently asked questions; if you’re in luck, you might get a few of them answered by the citizens. This liberation movement happened in the year 1945 and was a turning point for the country.
6. Open Air Observation
Going on a tour in a new country is a good time to feed your eyes with mind-blowing views. There’s an observation center above the new bridge that is a bit pricey, but you get to experience something refreshing and rewarding.
There’s also a TV tower in Bratislava. This also has an amazing view worth experiencing. You get to walk up the hill and have a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
7. Boat Trip
This is another famous way of passing the time when you’re in Bratislava. Get on a boat to the beautiful Devin castle. You get to pass through the derelict of the castle. Wondering what’s so fantastic about the castle? Well, for starters, it is rich in culture. Also, it’s the national headquarters of culture in the district. Its location is also an attraction, as it is situated above the confluence of two rivers, namely the Danube and Morava.
You can also explore the numerous dishes available at their restaurant. Just be sure your stomach can tolerate the adventure. There are also loads of places to play games such as bowling, laser games, etc. You can also try out the mystery dinner. This is very good for team bonding. The restaurant is located in the city center, and you get to be actors for some hours. The scenery is also very beautiful and serene.
Bratislava is a very interesting place with lots of fun places to explore at a pretty affordable rate. If you happen to be in the capital city during Christmas, then be sure to experience the Christmas markets. It’s not the regular type of boring market; you’ll love this experience.
Source: Upscale Living Magazine