Old heartfelt Bratislava situated on the banks of the Danube welcomes its guests with tiled roofs and a white-stone castle on the top of a hill. The capital of Slovakia can become an independent destination for travel, although most tourists prefer to combine a visit to the city with neighboring Prague, Vienna, and Budapest.
Highlight tours with an English-speaking guide will help you ferret out all the secrets of this amazing town, which looks promising even in bad weather and off-season.
During a tour of Bratislava with a private guide, you can see the following attractions:
Prices for individual tours can often be even more favourable than for group tours, based on the cost per person, so it is worth taking a close look at all types of tours that are offered by Excurzilla before making a final choice. And after a walk you can explore the local coffee houses or buy painted Slovak porcelain without feeling guilty.
Tours from Bratislava
Find at least a couple of days to visit Bratislava. The city is small but there are many interesting things here. If the capital bores, travelers always have a choice: alpine skiing in the Slovak Tatras or tours in English to the neighboring beauty.
The medieval Krásna Hôrka Castle, the picturesque Trenčín Region, the solutional caves – the surroundings of Bratislava will allow you to take a fresh look at Slovakia and love this country with all your soul.