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Grand City Walking Tour


Posted by Jakub  November 10, 2018  Leave a comment

Enjoy Bratislava by mini-bus and foot as you visit the historic Michalska Gate, the beautiful Primatial Palace and the Bratislava Castle. You will be guided through the old town and shown famous sites outside of the center on this 3-hour tour.

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  • Explore the charming old town of Bratislava in this 3-hour guided tour
  • Visit the stunning Primate Palace
  • Walk through Bratislava’s oldest remaining fortification, the 13th century gate of Michalska
  • See the 8th century relic of Saint John the Merfciful at St. Martin's Cathedral
  • Discover the Presidential Palace
  • Learn more about the history of Slovakia as you visit the Slavin Monument
Duration 3:00 hours
Price 60 € per person. Check availability and current price here.
Difficulty Low - some parts of tour include mini-bus transfer
Meeting point Hotel pick-up
Tour Operator Professional guide (in partnership with - world's leading guiding platform)

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This walking tour is a fun way of discovering the enchanting city of Bratislava. Let our professional guide escort you around the city Old Town area and tell you interesting tit-bits of information laced with local folklore. You will get to see all important landmarks of Bratislava, including the Bratislava Castle which you can explore at leisure. The historical city centre of Bratislava is among the smallest in the world and can be easily covered on foot. Do carry a camera for plenty of photo stops along the walk!

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Elizabeth van der Linde on Aug 22, 2014

Hi, my husband and I shall be travelling to Vienna from Budapest on 15 September. We plan to do a stopover in Bratislava. We would like to do the extended walking tour. If we arrive at the station at about 10 and also need time to book our luggage in at the lockers at the station, what would a realistic time be to book tjhe tour? 11 or 12? We still need to get to the starting point of the tour and I am not sure how long it will take. Which will be the best way to get to the starting point from the station?

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Lucia on Aug 22, 2014

Hi Elizabeth van der Linde,

I would recommend you to book the tour at 12 so you do not have to rush. The starting point is "Hviezdoslavovo nam." and the best way to go there is to take bus from the Train station number: X13 and take of at bus stop: "Námestie SNP". From there it is just 10minutes walking.


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ann on Sep 28, 2014

Tours are just in English?

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Jakub on Sep 28, 2014

Hi ann,

yes, English only. Or would you prefer Slovak? :)


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Leah Mislang on Oct 10, 2014


I am arriving in bratislava tomorrow. What time does your tour start? Can i just go to the meeting point and join another group who will do the extending walking tour ?


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