"Beauty on the Danube"
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Largest City In Slovakia
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Like many European Capitals (and cities in general), Bratislava has an Old Town which is popular with tourists. Near the Old Town, on a hill overlooking the city, there's the Bratislava Castle from which you can on clear days see as far as into three different countries (Austria, Hungary & Slovakia).
Michael's Gate (Michalská Brána) in Old Town.
A street in Old Town.
Old Town Square in Bratislava. It's called Hviezdoslav Square and the building at the end is the Slovak National Theater.
Bratislavský hrad, Bratislava Castle, are the main castle of Bratislava. First built in the 9th century and then destroyed and rebuilt several times since then.
A street leading up to the Castle.
An overpass near the Central Station.
The large building in the distance is the Kamzík Television Tower. It's visible from large parts of the city, but it's located quite far outside and it's not a tourist attraction to visit.
A bus stop on Štefánikova Street.
Grassalkovich Palace is the residence of the President of Slovakia.
The Skyline of Bratislava.
A street near Bratislava Castle.
New and old tramcars stand side-by-side.
A walk by the river of Donau.
Šafárikovo Námestie, a square on the edge of Old Town.
A tram stop.