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Bratislava, Slovakia

Bratislava, Slovakia

Bratislava, Slovakia. Unexpected beauty in an unconventional setting. A barbershop  from the 18th century and a candy store that stood not before this millenium share a bond that no time can break. Explore the many lost mysteries of a stunningly spectacular town called Bhat.

Bratislava, Slovakia. Unexpected beauty in an unconventional setting. A barbershop from the 18th century and a candy store that stood not before this millenium share a bond that no time can break. Explore the many lost mysteries of a stunningly spectacular town called Bhat.

Narrow cobbled lanes in the Old Town of #Bratislava, Slovakia

Narrow cobbled lanes in the Old Town of #Bratislava, Slovakia

Bratislava, Slovakia

Bratislava, Slovakia

Narodne divadlo - National theatre in Bratislava

Narodne divadlo - National theatre in Bratislava

Bratislava, Slovakia ... Book Visit SLOVAKIA now via www.nemoholiday.com or as alternative you can use slovakia.superpobyt.com ... For more option visit holiday.superpobyt.com

Bratislava, Slovakia ... Book Visit SLOVAKIA now via www.nemoholiday.com or as alternative you can use slovakia.superpobyt.com ... For more option visit holiday.superpobyt.com

bratislava - Hotel Carlton

bratislava - Hotel Carlton

THE SLOVAK NATIONAL THEATER - WelcomeToBratislava | WelcomeToBratislava - Hviezdoslav's square

THE SLOVAK NATIONAL THEATER - WelcomeToBratislava | WelcomeToBratislava - Hviezdoslav's square

Streets of Bratislava

Streets of Bratislava

Bratislava Cafes (After a full day of pounding the pavement, I settled into one of Bratislava’s bazillions of cafes for a rest and a plate of pasta with Slovak wild mushrooms. As the late afternoon sun angled low, the tables filled up with friends and convivial laughter. A glass of Small Carpathian wine, a view of St Martin’s Cathedral and a people parade – what could be better.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/slovakia/bratislava

Bratislava Cafes (After a full day of pounding the pavement, I settled into one of Bratislava’s bazillions of cafes for a rest and a plate of pasta with Slovak wild mushrooms. As the late afternoon sun angled low, the tables filled up with friends and convivial laughter. A glass of Small Carpathian wine, a view of St Martin’s Cathedral and a people parade – what could be better.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/slovakia/bratislava

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