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Two Irish coming to your city for few nights. Want to know good places we can go

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By Traveller November 25, 2016
Bratislava

Two Irish coming to your city for few nights. Want to know good places we can go

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By Peter Traveller November 25, 2016

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I just add some retro spots - Tržnica (market hall from 80´s with cheap but good local wine) on Trnavské mýto square, open air market on Miletičova street with local and imported vegetables, many small kiosks with local and even excellent Vietnamese food. On Saturday morning, there is a hipster style market in Stará tržnica near Kamenné námestie square.
Local November 25, 2016
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dont miss the night of lanterns! take a taxi... ;)

http://mpo.sk/en/noc-lampasov-2016/

Local November 25, 2016
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Heyy boys. Glad to hear you're coming to our capital. Well, there's much to see and you can get easily almost everywhere by walk. Try to chceck places such as:

Devínsky hrad
Bratislavský hrad
Slavín
Staré mesto
Katedrála sv. Martina
Ufo Bratislava (also a restaurant up there)
Dunajský pivovar (beer of a great quality - located on the boat on Danube river)
Promenáda Eurovea
Staré Národné divadlo
Modrý kostolík

An if you go to the old city you can just pop into the Slovak stores, great pubs and restaurants and when talking about clubbing, you shold go to KC Dunaj (if you're alternative), if you're not, just try to enter club where many people are :D

Have a lovely trip, hope you'll enjoy it.

Local November 25, 2016
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Thanks zuzanna. Alternative sounds just cool. I saw dunjai advertised. Cool. Maybe we will see you in your great city who knows 😄
You're very welcome. Also check some websites about Bratislava which can inspire you two. There are some abandoned places in our capital, so if you would know more, just lemme know. Haha, well. Maybe. Heyy, there is Christmas market too, so get yourself delicious hot wine or food called "Cigánska". Slovakians love it.
Zuzana Local November 25, 2016
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Thanks again. Take care