Museum of the City Bratislava

If you are interested in history you shoul definitely visit the Museum of the City Bratislava

If you are interested in history you should definitely visit the Museum of the City Bratislava. You can find there information about the city itself, the way of life, customs, events and about important people who have visited or lived in Bratislava. Old Town Hall in Bratislava is a historic building on the Main Square in Bratislava and is one of the oldest buildings in Bratislava. It consists of several buildings, namely Jacob’s House, Pawera‘s House, Unger's House and Aponi palace that were built in different styles. The building was used as a town hall from the 15th century to the late 19th century. At that time it was also used for another purpose, such as a prison, mint, place of shops and celebrations. It was used as a depository of army and city archives. Today there is the City Museum, showing the exhibition of the history of Bratislava. Among the exhibits including instruments of torture, old town dungeons, historic weapons, armours, paintings and miniatures. One of the attractions is the cannonball built into the wall of the tower that Napoleon's soldiers fired out in the 19th century. Bratislava has a rich history and here you can enjoy it all under one roof.

Bratislava Castle

Symbol and landmark of the city

Symbol and landmark of the city is undoubtedly the mighty Bratislava castle, towering on a rocky ledge of the Little Carpathians that substantially completes the skyline of the capital of Slovakia. The massive rectangular building with four corner towers stands on a strategic place in Celtic times. The architecture of the castle is marked by the completion and reconstruction in the Gothic, Renaissance and during the reign of Maria Theresa. Later the castle was burned down in 1811. Reconstruction took place only in the sixties of the 20th century. The castle and surrounding area was declared in 1961 as National Cultural Monument. Today the castle serves as a representative office of the National Council of the Slovak Republic and there are placed also exhibitions of the Slovak National Museum.


One of the most interesting galleries in Bratislava that will devour you to its mystery.

Installation of mirrors and book with lights will take you to illusions of endless abyss of books through which you can walk. It is the art work of artis Matej Kren and has already gained the admiration of many visitors. Do not hesitate to come and seeJedna

The St. Martin‘s Cathedral

The St. Martin’s Cathedral – national monument

Although Bratislava has many monuments, St. Martin’s Cathedral is one of the landmarks of the city. For centuries it has been the focus of cultural, religious and social life and still has its glory. CORONATION Coronations were certainly the most famous period in the history of the St. Martin’s Cathedral. Coronations took place during the years 1563-1830 when it was a coronation cathedral of the Hungarian Kingdom. There were held nineteen coronations. In the Cathedral are still Holy masses and it is open to the public.

Primate's Palace

The palace was built in the classical style with a shield decorated with allegorical statues.

Originally it served as the seat of the archbishop of Esztergom Joseph Batthyany whose cardinal coat of arms is carved at the top of the tympanum. Today the palace is a representative office of the Mayor of Bratislava but is still open to the public. In the famous Mirror Room are held concerts and weddings. In the past was in the Mirror Hall Napoleon signed the Peace of Pressburg between France and Austria. In the palace you can find a rare collection of English tapestries from the 17th century.