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This is the best starting point to start the historical center journey. The entrance to the busiest street full of Bars, Clubs and Cafes.
You will know that you are entering the pedestrian area of the old Town when you pass through St. Michael´s Gate. One of the oldest buildings in town. You can climb the tower and check out the small Museum of Weapons and City Fortifications. Place: Michalská ulica 24 Open: 10am/11am - 5pm/6pm
Here on the picture is actually the Primacial Palace. But try to get through the Michaels GATE -- amazing street and you come then here...
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“It is situated at the western border of the historical city center below Bratislava Castle. It is the largest and one of the oldest churches in Bratislava, known especially for being the coronation church of the Kingdom of Hungary between 1563 and 1830. Together with the castle on the hill adjacent, and somewhat similar in its striking but fairly stark Gothic lines and colouring, St Martin's 85 m (279 ft) spire dominates Old Town's skyline. The tower virtually formed a part of the town's fortifications, built as it was into the city's defensive walls. As with the castle, the surroundings of St Martin's are as memorable as the structure itself. In the cathedral's case, this includes the picturesque remains of outbuildings in a spacious staired courtyard, and a working seminary with robed adepts on a cobblestone side-street. A small but significant neighbour of the cathedral is a monument to the synagogue, which stood next door for centuries until the Communist government demolished it around 1970 to make room for a new Nový Most bridge. The cathedral contains the remains of Saint John the Merciful who died in the early 7th Century.”
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“Known as Slovakia’s White House, this palace is the official seat of the president of Slovakia. Its large French garden which is one of the most popular parks in Bratislava is definitely worth of visiting. Grassalkovich Palace, also known as the Presidential Palace, is situated at Hodžovo Square, between the Old Town and the main train station. It is very well accessible by walking – just a few minutes walk from the Michael’s Gate. ”
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“The Church of St. Elizabeth, commonly known as Blue Church, is a Hungarian Secessionist Catholic church located in the eastern part of the Old Town in Bratislava, present day Slovakia. It is consecrated to Elisabeth of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II, who grew up in the Pressburg Castle”
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“The place is on river DUNAJ riverside. Attractive place to walk, seghtsee the river, have a cup of coffe or a dinner with a view to a river. Also a large shopping mall nearby (cinema hall, shops etc.).”
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