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What can you see in Bratislava, Slovakia - Writer:_Travel_Expert
By:Travel Expert

Extremely cultural, mysterious and at the same time enthralling, Bratislava has so much to offer to its tourists. Named the Heart of Europe, due to its middle position in the centre of the continent, the city will definitely manage to amaze every tourist through its historic beauty and cultural splendor. Discover some of the most entertaining spots to visit and get some more insight into such magnificent capital.

• Visit the Castle
Located along the center of the city, upon a hill, such superb ruin will endow every traveler with an amazing top view of Bratislava. Over the years, The Castle had an extremely vital role in the history of Hungary, as well as the Habsburg Monarchy, and today it represents the perfect place for foreigners to come and admire. Superb, staggering and enigmatic, the ruin will certainly manage to create that historic ambiance every traveler is looking for in a place.

• NOVY MOST BRIDGE
The outstanding bridge crosses the Danube River with an extensive length of 430 meters. However, it’s not just about the bridge since tourists will immediately see the flying saucer on top of the Novy Bridge, a famous restaurant that offers a great panorama of Bratislava. Have a closer look at the restaurant and phonograph the entire city from over 80 meter high. Stop for some romantic dinner, or have some lunch and at the same time admire with your own yes the stupendous city.

• The Blue Church
Positioned in the Old Town of Bratislava, The Blue Church features an impressive religious monument for tourists to come and esteem. The church was named like this because of its dazzling blues facades; walk around the place, have a look at the stunning architecture, and at the same time try to strengthen your beliefs. Have an extensive glance into the meticulous design and architecture of the peculiar church, and witness Bratislava from the religious point of view. Prepare to be awestruck by the relaxed atmosphere and find the peace you’ve always been looking for within The Blue Church.

• The Devin Castle
The Devin Castle is located above a high hill, offering to its tourists an amazing Slovakian panorama, full with natural greenery and old, traditional buildings. From the top, fans may also admire the union of the Danube River with Morava, and esteem such wonder of nature. Some of the castle’s surroundings are used today to set up various exhibitions, while in the middle yard there’s 55meter deep fountain where everyone is invited to have a look, as well as analyze the enigmatic cascade.

• St. Martin’s Cathedral
Featuring the oldest and most spectacular churches in Bratislava, St. Martin was built in Gothic style and represented along the years the coronation of various bishops of the period. However, its reconstruction was made in Baroque style allowing travelers today to find out more about the tumultuous history of the city, through the eyes of the stunning cathedral. Absolutely impressive, old but highly appreciated today by international tourists, St. Martin ranks among some o the most spectacular things to see in Bratislava.






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