We are happy to advise you but also book a hotel, set up a program according to your idea, welcome at the airport, secure the transfer and many other things.
Our professional guides, who speak many foreign languages, will introduce you very clearly and engaging with the history, architecture, culture and traditions of the city.
Weekend is approaching ! Dear guests, dear visitor of our webpage! If you are in charge of organising trips at your company and if looking for offers and opportunities, where and how to spent a whole weekend with your company or department – then this webpage is the way to go. Your are quite right here!
We offer weekend-trips, where our guests can experience and feel the true and genuine „sprit” of our capital and look behind its scenes. You will stroll through the city, taste, listen … simply speaking … spend and enjoy a very pleasant time here. We will set up an individual program for you, including and considering all your wishes and our professional guides (which do not just know this city really like the back of heir own hand, they actually love it) — will take you to the weekend atmosphere of this cosy little-big city.
If you have you very own notions how to spend your weekend here, needing just some help with the organisation – do not hesitate to contact us!
Initially we ought to give you the following “golden rules” to take with you:
– clarify, what your colleagues really want and prefer
– review our offer and services
– do not hesitate to contact us!
Surprise your boss with a little present.
If you want to prepare nice and pleasant surprise for you boss, present him with a “gif-basket full of typical Slovak products and delicacies.
The tour is aimed at places connected with performances or work of famous, as well as lesser-known musicians in our city.
To mention just some of them: The prodigy, piano virtuoso and composer J. N. Hummel was born in Bratislava and a museum is dedicated to him. The visits of his teachers W. A. Mozart, J. Haydn and his friend L. van Beethoven are remembered. Not to forget also F. Liszt, the piano virtuoso and “musical patron from Bratislava”, his friend the one-handed pianist G. Zichy, his son-in-law H. von Bülow and his rival A. G. Rubinstein. F. Schmidt and E. Dohnányi were born here and also their schoolmates at the Grammar School B. Bartók and A. Albrecht – the last conductor of the Church Music Society at St. Martin’s Cathedral – worked here.
Bratislava and the surrounding area is the heart and soul of Slovak viticulture.
Winding our way through typical wine-growing areas and villages, we arrive at the stunning 13th century Red Stone Castle – the former residence of leading Hungarian nobility.
The castle has lavish interiors, cavernous wine cellar, and strategic fortification system unique in Central Europe.
Both viticulture and ceramic production are crafts that have been practiced for centuries amongst the tightly-knit communities of the Small Carpathians.
Fancy getting a real insight into traditional Slovak village life? We’ll visit ceramic studios, and then try the best-known Slovak wines and typical folk food at a historical and atmospheric wine cellar. Cheers (na zdravie)!
If you ever visit Bratislava on a rainy day, a hot summer day, or, if you are tired or simply do not have time and you still wish to see the Old Town, the antique train Prešporáčik (Little Pressburger) can help you.
Prešporáčik travels through the old town centre (SM tour) at a speed of 5 km/h and enables you to see most of the historical sights in the town.
You may also take pictures, or record videos. If you choose to take its counterpart, Pressburg-Oldtimer XL (a kind of vintage-bus), you will also see the Bratislava Castle (HO tour), which sits on a rock above the city and represents a dominant feature of the city.
Duration of the tour oldtimer Prešporáčik (SM tour) is 35 min. Price: 12 EUR / person, kids under 3 years free of charge, children under 14 years 6 EUR / person.
Duration of the tour by oldtimer Prešporáčik XL (HO tour) is 1 hour. Price: 12 EUR / person, kids under 3 years free of charge, children under 14 years 6 EUR / person.
Come and join the celebrated Pressburg-Oldtimer XL panoramatic tour of Bratislava centre (PO tour). Discover the enchanting Blue Church near the historical centre, the elegant riverside Eurovea shopping centre, the new Slovak National Theatre building, and many more examples of the city’s inspiring architecture.
Duration of the tour by oldtimer Prešporáčik XL (PO tour) is 1,5 hour. Price: 20 EUR / person, kids under to 3 years free of charge, children under 14 years 11 EUR / person.
We also offer:
Combined longer tour (VO tour) – Bratislava Castle + Old Town
Duration of the tour by oldtimer Prešporáčik and oldtimer Prešporáčik XL (VO tour) is 1,5 hour. Price: 24 EUR / person, kids under to 3 years free of charge, children under 14 years 11 EUR / person.
All Oldtimer vehicles come fully equipped with headphones and text guides in your language.
For a supplementary fee, we’re also happy to provide a certified experienced guide for that extra special human touch.
Fancy a bird’s eye view of the city?
Then let’s head up to the dizzying height of an iconic Bratislava landmark – SNP suspension bridge (otherwise known as the city’s very own UFO)! Next we’ll explore the city wall medieval quarter, before enjoying a well-earned rest sampling local wines at a cosy wine bar. The tour will conclude with a relaxing walk around the Old Town to enjoy the city’s evening atmosphere.
First time in Bratislava so you want to check out all the must-see attractions? Then this longer sightseeing tour is perfect!
We start at atmospheric Devín Castle ruins, a Slovak listed site at the picturesque confluence of the Morava and Danube rivers. The castle lies to the west upriver from the city at the foothills of the Small Carpathians, with lush floodplain flora and diverse fauna. We continue to iconic Bratislava Castle that commands inspiring views over the city, the Danube and into Austria. Our trip concludes with a pleasant stroll around the Old Town with in-depth informed commentary highlighting our city’s unique attractions.
This tour has two options.
Sightseeing tour includes all of Bratislava’s must-see attractions from the last two centuries (Slovak National Theatre, Reduta, Slovak National Gallery, Slovak Parliament, National Council Building, President’s Palace, Slavín (Soviet military cemetery/memorial), and Bratislava Castle with panorama city and river views.
You’ll be swept away by the Old Town’s enchanting squares, winding cobbled Gothic alleyways, and hidden courtyards where you can immerse yourself in the city’s rich history.
The stunning medieval city centre is defined by spectacular Baroque and Gothic facades.
A stroll around will give you a taste of this historical city’s warm atmosphere, lavish landmarks and stunning architecture – Primate‘s (Archbishop‘s) Palace, Michael‘s Gate, Franciscan Church, Hungarian Royal Chamber Palace, Istropolitana Academy, St. Martin’s Cathedral, Old Market Hall, Slovak National Theatre, and Reduta concert hall.