1. Bratislava: City Cruise and Sightseeing Bus Tour
Get a view of the historical monuments of Bratislava from the deck of a cruise ship, admiring the futuristic Slovak Radio building and the Presidential Palace as you glide along the Danube River. Then, set off on a sightseeing bus tour to visit Bratislava Castle and explore the charming old town. Hop onboard a cruise and navigate under bridges with views of the historical buildings of the city such as the Bratislava castle. Continue under the Most SNP Bridge with the UFO restaurant, built without supports on an asymmetrical pylon. Then, turn under the Lafranconi Bridge. On the right bank of the Danube, be captivated by the Janko Kráľ Park, and the Danube Brewery in the Kolkovna River Park built on pontoons. Finally, sail between the Old Bridge and the Apollo Bridge. Next, join a castle tour through Bratislava on a bus. Get an introduction to the history of Bratislava by listening to multilingual audio commentary as you are driven past churches, fountains, and gardens. Start next to the National Theatre on Eugen Suchon Square. See other historical buildings including the Slovak National Theatre, Post office building, Trinity Church, Blumental Church, National Bank of Slovakia, Slovak Radio building shaped like an inverted pyramid, Presidential Palace, and more. Then, go up to the Bratislava castle, the most significant symbol of the city, and get a 20-minute break to explore it on your own. Look down upon the city from a hill, soaking in the charming atmosphere of the Baroque Garden and the Parliament building. On the way back from the castle, see the Slovak National Gallery and the majestic Most SNP Bridge with a flying saucer-shaped structure that houses a restaurant. Learn not only about the coronation history but many other interesting facts such as how the Slovak language was formed.