Sightseeing tour from Vienna
Discover Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, on this sightseeing tour from Vienna. You will find a fascinating mix of old and new. This is a city where recent history the end of Communism and EU membership has wrought many changes, but where you will still find a treasure trove of historical and architectural gems.
Discover Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, on this Sightseeing tour from Vienna. You will find a fascinating mix of old and new. This is a city where recent history the end of Communism and EU membership has wrought many changes, but where you will still find a treasure trove of historical and architectural gems.
Amble with your guide through the maze of historic streets around the ancient Castle. See the fine Gothic Cathedral, Renaissance and art nouveau town houses, 18th century rococo palaces, beautiful fountains and much more.But there is more than the past to explore in Bratislava. Things are happening here. Look beyond the compact Old Town and you will see new construction taking place. Feel the fresh energy and dynamism of this growing capital.Lunch is included in the tour and you will also have time for shopping or visiting the Castle. If you are not counting calories, you could stop in one of the many coffee shops and sample some of the mouthwatering local pastries!
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How long is the walking (guided tour) part of the tour - excluding lunch, free time and travel time? Thanks!
Published by Karen | 12 Aug '13
it should not be more than 4 hours. But the walking is not tiring as the city center of Bratislava is quite small and flat.
Published by Jakub (Author) | 12 Aug '13
What will be the price for couple? Is there any possibility of offering a customized tour for both of us?
Published by Jabeen | 17 Jun '13
I shall be visiting Vienna in early August, and spend a day tour to Bratislava.
My question is. My family and I are holding Hong Kong SAR passports. We have visa-free for entering both Vienna and Bratislava. But, a day trip of Vienna/Bratislava/Vienna means we need to enter Vienna multiple times during our stay in Vienna. Would it be an issue?
Your advice is appreciated.
Published by Thinex Shek | 11 Jun '13