Top 11 Activities in Bratislava 2017 - Best Bratislava, Slovakia Tours

Activities in Bratislava

11 tours by 6 locals

Customer feedback about Activities in Bratislava

Rating 5.0 based on 17 reviews

Very interesting tour with a great guide!
Bratislava Post-Socialist City Tour
A not to missed tour of Bratislava
I'm so pleased that I booked this alternative real view of the city. Our delightful guide and driver Juro was engaging and knowledgeable, driving my party in the "luxurious" and "modern" VW Caravelle! We learnt a great deal about the turbulent events that took place here in the 20thC. I had booked for four people but had three extras join, we were part of a choir visiting Bratislava. A brilliant morning. I highly recommend this to anyone. Juro returned the compliment by attending our concert in the evening.
Bratislava Post-Socialist City Tour
A unique morning in Bratislava
We kicked off our first morning in Bratislava with this great tour and got much more than we expected. Thank you to Authentic Slovakia for the best part of our trip and for sharing your personal stories along with some unique sights! I can highly recommend Authentic Slovakia to anyone visiting! We did this tour as a group of friends aged 35-40 and also took the Iron Curtain Bike Tour.
Bratislava Post-Socialist City Tour
Great excursion outside the city
This guided bike tour is a great way to get outside of the city for some unique sights while getting a personal perspective on the history of Bratislava and Slovakia. I can highly recommend Authentic Slovakia to anyone visiting! We did this tour as a group of friends aged 35-40 and also took the Post-Socialist City Tour.
Bratislava Iron Curtain Bike Tour
Sweet Tour, worth the money!
What was out of anyone's control: We had bad luck and booked our tour on one of the coldest days of recent history (down to -14° C), so we couldn't take the Skodas - it just too cold. Definitely not our guide's fault. Instead we got to do the tour with a VW Caravan from 92. Having said that, this tour was amazing and I'd recommend it to everyone! Our guide Peter knew a lot about the city, gave the tour a personal touch with his stories and (for this kind of tour not unimportant) drove us safely around town, in spite of the weather conditions. I specifically like how Peter is interested in ruins and abandoned buildings (I am too) and knows where to find them. They are getting fewer, sadly. I can only imagine how much cooler it would be with warm weather and in the retro cars. Seems I've to take the tour again some time ;) If you get the chance, take the tour. Period.
Bratislava Post-Socialist City Tour
Interesting recent history of Bratislava
I'd like to thank our guide Brano for taking me and two others around the post-Socialist parts of Bratislava in his grandfather's old Skoda. It was a two-hour "Post Socialist City Tour" but the tour was so interesting and we enjoyed listening to Brano's tales of living in the city so much that it ran a little over time ... and no one cared. When you have seen enough of the pretty old town and feel like learning about it's more recent history, join one of Authentic Slovakia's tours.
Bratislava Post-Socialist City Tour
Post Socialist city tour
We took the tour with Yuro and was a educational and interesting. He was fun, spoke very good English, and was very knowledgeable about the area and the history. We enjoyed his Skoda and his honest opinions! Really made the country more interesting!
Bratislava Post-Socialist City Tour
Post socialist tour
I had a great time in Bratislava overall, but the highlight of my stay was the Post socialist tour with Authentic Slovakia. Together with a nice Dutch couple I spent two hours + in a Skoda from the 1970's with a very knowledgeable and humorous guide (Juro). He really could tie Slovakia's communist past to the present and took us to places we would never have visited on our own. With a bit more time in Bratislava I would also have taken the "Iron curtain" cycle tour. Authentic Slovakia makes ordinary guided tours look hollow and boring. Bjarne, Malmo. Sweden
Bratislava Post-Socialist City Tour
Iron Curtain Bike Tour: a must-do in Bratislava!
I had booked this bike tour ahead of time with Authentic Slovakia (and BikeBratislava) - Brano was very friendly and helpful. They delivered exactly what they were promising and more! It was an absolutely amazing bike ride along the Danube, crossing the bridge (on a bike path of course), following trails, visiting an actual bunker, getting to the border between Austria and Slovakia, seeing remnants of the communist-era, etc. Our guide, Lubos, was very knowledgeable and took the time to explain everything and answer questions. The tour is about 2.5-3 hours-long and is very easy if you've ever ridden a bicycle before (15 km, all flat except when going on bridges). I highly recommend this tour! I did it with my 3 teenage kids (14-15-17).
Bratislava Iron Curtain Bike Tour
Fun bike tour
We did Iron curtain bike tour with Luboc. Very gentle ride mainly on cycle paths. Crossed 2 of bridges over Danube and visited 2 WW bunker. And pub. Our guide was charming. A very pleasant 3 hours. Thank you.
Bratislava Iron Curtain Bike Tour
Great tour
We really enjoyed our Beer Craft Tour in Bratislava. The guide was nice and full of knowledge, and was easy to communicate with. Highly recommended.
Bratislava Craft Beer Tour
A delicious food adventure
Daniella was wonderful. She knows her way around the town and restaurants and it was wonderful to have different parts of a meal in different locations. We started with an appetizer (charcuterie and duck confit) then walked along the city wall to find the next place to eat chicken soup. We ate in a cellar which was romantic. Then we walked through the city to a micro-brewery that specializes in traditional Slovak food. Apparently lunch is the biggest meal. We had potato dumplings, pork dumplings with sauerkraut, beef with carrot and parsnip purée. This was followed by a number of sweets and wine/liquor tasting. The food and drinks were absolutely wonderful. I definitely recommend doing any type of tour with Daniella.
Bratislava Traditional Food Tour
Wonderful tour in Bratislava
My daughter and I had a chance to learn about and eat local food Bratislava. It was a great experience that we won't forget. Daniela really knows Bratislava, and was really comfortable sharing her knowledge and perspective on this wonderful city. A food tour is an amazing way to add purpose and depth to a city visit. So getting a chance to learn the local foods and visit local places made our day trip in Bratislava so much better. I recommend Daniela as a tour guide any day.
Bratislava Traditional Food Tour
First Rate Tour
Great range of locations and food. Linda was very knowledgable and shared much information about the food and settings. Easy conversation along the way made her more of a hostess than a tour guide. Pleasant -- and full -- afternoon!
Bratislava Food Tour
Exceeded our expectations
We visited Bratislava as a family of five in June. Joining Bratislava Food Tours was the best thing we could do! In my opinion foodtour is a great thing in general and this one was amazing. We were introduced to some of the best delicacies in Slovakia and visited 5 or 6 vendors. I especially liked the sauerkraut soup Slovaks eat on Christmas. Our guide Linda was very knowledgeable about customs, culture, history and also some statistical data about recent Slovakia. And it was obvious that she is a foodie, too. What a delightful afternoon!
Bratislava Food Tour
Reasonably priced and worth every euro!
This is a great food tour introducing a perhaps lesser-known European cuisine along with traditions and walking around and seeing the city. Great guide and tons of food and drink!
Bratislava Food Tour
Great time, fun, interesting went to places I would never have found on my own
Bratislava Craft Beer Tour