When you start looking for things to do in Bratislava, you will find that the Slovak capital easily stands alongside its neighboring capitals. Our first stop is to enjoy a tour of the castle, one of the most famous monuments of the city and without doubt one of the most beautiful things to see in Bratislava. It is without doubt the focus of the city's tourist industry, and it now houses the National Museum.
After enjoying the Bratislava attractions in the castle, you can walk to Michael's Gate. This leads you to one of the entrances of the old town. Soon you'll find yourself in Hlavne Namestie Square, the main square of the historic center. Here you'll find plenty of Bratislava activities, as it's the centre of business and entertainment in the area. But it also preserves the aroma of Slovakian traditions, making it one of the best places to visit in Bratislava to soak up the country's habits and customs.
With a panoramic look from the Fountain of Maximiliano you can see more attractions in Bratislava, like town hall and the Primatial Palace. In the 1960s, due to aggressive development plans, the government tried connecting Bratislava to Vienna and Bucharest by road. The result of this is the "New Bridge" over the Danube, with a radically different architectural style from the older parts of the city. At the top of the right bank, you'll find the building. Currently there is a restaurant inside but even if you don't want to eat, a trip inside should be on your list of stuff to do in Bratislava, as you can see the city's stunning skyline from within.
Still wondering what to do in Bratislava? One of the best religious monuments to visit is the Cathedral of Saint Martin, located at the foot of the hill, near the castle.
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