St Martin's Cathedral in Bratislava Slovakia

Bratislava, Slovakia Photos

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We arrived in Bratislava in the late morning after a short bus ride from Vienna. On our first day in the city we walked pretty much straight through the heart of town to get to our apartment. It was about 2 miles of walking with 25+ pounds on our backs.

Once we dropped our bags off at the apartment we were able to walk around more freely and enjoy the sights of Bratislava. We got some lunch and drinks at a Slovak Pub, then made our way around the old town to see most of the main attractions. My favorite part of the city was definitely the view from Bratislava Castle. On our way out of town we had another up hill walk to the train station with all of our gear, but it wasn’t nearly as bad as our walk when we arrived. Here are some of the photos from our time in Bratislava.

Blue Church in Bratislava Slovakia

Standing in Front of the Blue Church in Bratislava Slovakia

Lynn Enjoying the Rougher Parts of Bratislava Slovakia

Technical School Building Along the River in Bratislava Slovakia

St Martin's Cathedral in Bratislava Slovakia

Old Town and St Michael's Gate in Bratislava Slovakia

View of the Skyline & St Martin's Cathedral in Bratislava Slovakia

UFO Bridge in Bratislava Slovakia

In Front of St Martin's Cathedral in Bratislava Slovakia

Bratislava Castle in Bratislava Slovakia

Sitting on a Bench Outside Bratislava Castle in Bratislava Slovakia

Piggyback In Front of Bratislava Castle in Bratislava Slovakia

Street View of Mamaison Residence in Bratislava Slovakia

Bedroom in Room 207 at Mamaison Residence in Bratislava Slovakia

Kitchen in Room 207 at Mamaison Residence in Bratislava Slovakia

Living and Dining Area in Room 207 at Mamaison Residence in Bratislava Slovakia

Shower in Room 207 at Mamaison Residence in Bratislava Slovakia

Toilet in Room 207 at Mamaison Residence in Bratislava Slovakia

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Andy

Born with a sense of wanderlust, it's only natural that Andy would be traveling and writing about it. He has traveled extensively throughout the U.S., even golfing in each of the 50 states. When he's not updating this blog, you can probably find him riding his bicycle, baking desserts, or working on his goal of attaining the "best credit ever."