Whether you are a home or a tourist, we have prepared for you a few tips on how to spend a pleasant 3 days in Bratislava. Our capital has changed enormously in recent years. There has been a huge increase in leisure time opportunities to a large extent. Whether you like sports, culture, nature or just stroll down the streets of the old town and enjoy a good dewy beer or coffee.
Beauty on the Danube
You may not have known, but this is also called Bratislava. It offers countless events awaiting you every weekend, as well as a few places to visit. Of course, you will not be bored in Bratislava even during the working week. Even then, Bratislava offers interesting events. Bratislava is known for having a small center against other capitals. Many tourists think that Bratislava will come in one, maximum two days and they will see "everything". Yes, we agree if your goal is to walk around the city center, take a few sights and look around the buildings. Rather, however, we suggest you find accommodation in Bratislava and enjoy this small big city for example during an extended weekend. This city is full of history, picturesque streets, cozy cafes and charming places that even the Bratislava people have no idea. If you really want to enjoy it until the last euro, but also want to stay away from everything interesting to jump, Patio hostel is a great alternative. You will not find such cheap accommodation in Bratislava with an excellent location and amenities.
Catacombs under the cathedral in the city center
Dome of Sv. Martina is the second most visited attraction after the Bratislava Castle. There is no need to convince anyone that this cathedral is simply beautiful. But few people know that there are catacombs with crypts in its underground. Certainly it must be interesting to get down the old stone steps under the second largest church in Slovakia and walk between the tombs.
The old market comes to life every Saturday
Do you want classic home-made sausages, sheep cheese, unconventional coffee or vegetables right from the gardens around Bratislava? Not only this but also much more you can indulge every Saturday from 10am to 3pm in the Old Market at the SNP Square. It's really worth a visit if you like simplicity and quality in one.