Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia and also the country's largest city. It is located in southwestern Slovakia on both banks of the Danube River and is the only world capital that borders two countries: Austria and Hungary. Bratislava is the political, cultural and economic center of Slovakia. Take a grand tour of the city highlighted by Primatial Palace. Enjoy your second day with a tour to the wine-lands at the foot of the Small Carpathians. Wine tasting and entrance to museum is included.
Enjoy a private airport transfer with private car and vehicle.
Directly on the bank of the River Danube and right in the historical centre of Bratislava you can find the Hotel Devin (4*) which has undoubtedly been part of the history of the capital city since 1954. Thanks to its significant architectural style the hotel is now deemed to be a jewel of functionalist style, however, the works of art of the most important Slovak artists can also be found here. The single and double rooms are equipped in a classical style and every room has everything you may need for your comfort - adjustable air-conditioning, TV set with wide selection of satellite programmes, internet connection and a mini-bar. Moreover, you may select from smoking and non-smoking rooms. Also, it is only up to you whether you want a view of the River Danube or Bratislava Castle and the city centre.
Enjoy a private waking tour with your personal English-speaking guide. During this excursion you will discover the glamour of the Old Town with Primatial (Archbishop in the past) Palace, Michael's Gate, Franciscan Church, building of Hungary Chamber in the past, Academia Istropolitana historical building, St.Martin's Cathedral, Main Square, Old Town Hall, Slovak National Theatre and Reduta. Entrance fees to Primate Palace and St. Martin's Cathedral are included in the tour price. The tour lasts 3 hrs.
Enjoy a full day private trip to the Small Carpathian Mountains, hiding the best known wine-yards in Slovakia. While walking through the typical wine-growing towns, to the Driny-cave or at the manufacturing plant of majolica-ceramics - you will virtually feel the colours of Slovak rural life. The biggest cellar-vaults in Central Europe as well as the unique strategic fortifications system will leave a permanent and unforgettable impression. The degustation of the most famous Slovak wines with the local vintner in a typical vintner-cellar will raise your mood and keep this excursion forever in your heart.(entrance fees to red Stone Castle, Small Carpathians Museum, Museum of Naive Art in Pezinok, wine-tasting is included in the total price).
Citizens of other countries may require a visa. Please ask your Sales Advisor. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check with the Embassy of Slovak Republic for the most up to date visa information.
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