Bratislava Off the Beaten Track Walking Tour
- Discover Bratislava’s lovely unknown spots with a local
- Enjoy beautiful views from the Slavín memorial
- Visit the cave of the Virgin Mary of Lourdes
- Have a refreshment in the oldest (but still not touristy) beergarden
Instead of sticking to conventional tourist routes, I prefer to blend in with Bratislava’s back alleys and uncover their hidden gems. If you also enjoy this way of exploring, I’ll be more than happy to show you around my hometown!
We’ll walk around former heaquarters of Slovak Comunist Party, get to know how a holy image over the main entrance of the shool from 1901 survived the socialism era, climb the hill with the unique cavalry, pass a church without a tower and visit the calmest place in town. Afterwards, we’ll have a refreshment at the oldest beergarden beneath the old chestnut trees and enjoy a glass of Budvar 10°. We’ll pass around wooden Nazi architecture houses in direction to the Slavín WWII memorial to admire the beautiful view. There will be enough time to take photos.
From Slavín we will walk downhill around many residencies of embassies to the former very popular meeting point in front of the Presidential palace, where we finish our tour.
Small group sizes (max. 12 participants) mean that you’ll have plenty of opportunity to ask questions and learn about local life.
- 2-hour walking tour
- Friendly and knowledgeable local guide
- Time to take photos
What‘s not included
- Tourist crowds and Segways!