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Second largest city of Slovakia lies in the valley of the river Hornad in the Kosice basin, encircled by the spurs of the Cierna Hora mountains to the north and the Volovské vrchy hills to the west.
Due to its position on the border between the mild and warm climatic zones, it ranks among the warmest spots in Slovakia with an average temperature of 9.9 °C. It has 1976, 4 hours of sunshine a year and an annual total rainfall is 527.4 mm. Bratislava is the most populous city in the Slovak Republic and its population is 450 000.
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A first luxury hotel offers wonderful complimentary buffet breakfast served each morning and assorted teas, coffee, and cookies throughout the day. Enjoy creative cuisine and fine wines from Slovakia and many other countries. Tennis, Horse Back Riding and golf can be arranged.
Carraro hotel Antares provides accommodation in four room types: single rooms, double rooms, superior double rooms and junior suites. All rooms feature a private bathroom with a jacuzzi bath or shower and are equipped with satellite TV, WiFi connection, telephone, heating and air-conditioning, minibar and a strongbox.
The hotel belongs to the class of modern, three-star hotels and provides some of the highest quality accommodation in Bratislava at some of the best prices. In addition to accommodation, dining, conference and relaxation services, the hotel also offers a wide variety of other complementary services.
Newly built business hotel Blue is located in the business and residential part of Bratislava, in the vicinity of Polus City Center shopping mall and most of the sporting areas. All rooms are air-conditioned, furnished with wide-screen TV, radio. Internet access, safe and hair dryer is available in all rooms.
City Hotel Bratislava is a nice business hotel located in the Ruzinov quarter, driving distance to the city center. The hotel was built in the Communist era, but has now put on a new friendly face including professional marketing and customer service.
The hotel is situated in the greater centre of Bratislava, the capital of the Slovak Republic. The location of the Club Hotel offers full participation in social, sports and cultural events and activities and a number of historical monuments within walking distance.
A first-class hotel, the Hotel Danube managed by the French company Meydan Hotels offers a charming, friendly and pleasant atmosphere to our business & leisure travellers. The Hotel Danube is situated in the historic heart of Bratislava and offers a beautiful view over the Danube river and Bratislava Castle.
Both 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.
A major industrial center, Bratislava is known for shipbuilding and the manufacture of furniture, chemicals, tobacco products, musical instruments, woolen goods, and leather products. Points of interest include an 11th-century Gothic cathedral that was restored in the second half of the 19th century; the ruins of the former royal palace of Hungary, on a hill overlooking the city; a 13th-century Franciscan church; the town hall, a 13th-century edifice; the Comenius University of Bratislava (1919);
the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava (1938); and the Slovak Academy of Sciences (1953).
The old city and the castle are the best parts of Bratislava. The old city is packed with museums
(such as the Municipal Museum which comes complete with torture chambers and the Museum of Wine Production) and palaces (Primate's Palace and the Mirbach Palace).
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The castle, built above the Danube, was a frontier post of the Roman Empire from the 1st to the 5th century. Since the 9th century it has been rebuilt several times, most recently between 1953 and 1962. Climb up for the great views and to check out the very interesting Museum of Folk Music within. The Slovak National Museum and the Slovak National Gallery on the river are also worth a visit.