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Posted by Jakub Zilincan  August 19, 2015  Rating 75.00%  Leave a comment

If you want to explore the city with certified professionals and get the most of your visit, we have prepared tours just for you. You can choose from these tours:

  • Classic Walking Tour - you will visit the most important historical and nowadays landmarks of Bratislava. In 2 hours, you will explore the folk culture, interesting facts and beauty of the Old Town. From Primatial Palace to St. Michal's Gate to Old Town hall - all just for 15€ per person. Book now!

 

  • Extended Walking Tour - the same as in Classic tour, you will enjoy the beauty of Old Town landmarks and powerful historical atmosphere. However, you will also visit the Bratislava Castle and have the chance to enter one of the most beautiful Cathedrals in Europe built in 12th century. You will get this extra experience only for 22€ per person. Book now!

 

 

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Claudia on Apr 09, 2013

To whom this may concern,

We are currently looking for both guides and buses for the following dates.:

Friday May 24th from 12:00-17:00 Tour of Bratislava - Here we would like suggestions for a walking tour, with highlights of the city. Buses would drop us off at one point in the city and bring us back to the hotel (Sheraton Bratislava) at the end of the tour.

Sunday May 26th from 10:30-17:00 Tour of the jewish Heritage in Bratislava - Here we also would like suggestions for a walking tour. The tour would have to be oreiented to Jewish history, buildings,... of Bratislava. There also buses would drop us off at one point in the city and bring us back to the hotel (Sheraton Bratislava) at the end of the tour.

Monday May 27th from 10:00-15:30 Day trip to Vienna -Here we would like suggestions for a walking tour, with highlights of the city. Buses would drop us off at one point in the city and bring us back to the hotel at the end of the tour. With a possibility of leaving suitcases in the bus for a drop off at the Vienna airport for a part of the group.

The group is made of 120 people (this is our maximum capacity) between the ages of 27-35.

I will be waiting for your suggestions.

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Miguel on Feb 23, 2015

Hi!

I will like to know if there is a walkng tour in Spanish?We are couple from Barcelona,coming to Bratslava just for one night 2 of march!

Thanks!

Miguel

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Jakub on Mar 03, 2015

Hi Miguel,

unfortunately not yet, only in english. However, this link might help you planning your trip even without the tour guide: https://bratislava-slovakia.eu/tours/free-tours/one-day

Regards

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Gedeon Baring on Apr 29, 2015

Hi

I am in Bratislava now till Saturday ...I have a few hours in Saturday I would like to take the walking tour .

1 person only

Regards

Ged

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