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A Day in Bratislava

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Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava

If you stay at Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava, you are already enjoying some of the best hospitality Bratislava has to offer. But the city also invites to explore: there are many things to do in the spring, when nature surrounds you with blooming trees, a colorful little flowers. First, take a stroll up to the Bratislava Castle, a mere ten minutes walk from your Mamaison Residence Sulekova. This Slovakian gem dominates the views from your window at Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava. Its colossal structure is mirrored in the art adorning the walls in rooms and lobbies, in contrast with the contemporary interiors designed by Jestico + Whiles. The residence ranks among the most popular in our beautiful city, for both location, and outstanding value.

Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava

The glorious Bratislava Castle, which dominates the city from a rocky hill of the Little Carpathians, offers splendid views over the city from the top. At the foothill of the hill, the beautiful Danube invites for a cruise, or just a short boat ride. Inside the castle, you can attend a classical chamber music concert, or attend a festival.

For more art and culture, visit the Pállfy Palace, which hosts the Bratislava City Gallery, with outstanding contemporary art, as well as classic masters collections. Here you can admire beautiful tapestries from England, a Celtic mint collection, 20th century Slovak fine art, Gothic painting and sculpture, and much more.

 Bratislava Castle

Another must see is the Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum, which can be reached by boat on the Danube. This museum, which opened in September 2000, stands on a 8,000 square-metre park, with a beautiful sculpture garden. The permanent exhibition at the museum features contemporary (post-war) international art.

The Slavín War Memorial is an icon of the city, and a must see. The central obelisk of the monument is more than 39 metres high, and can be observed from many areas of Bratislava. The monument commemorates the city’s liberation by the Red Army in April 1945.

If you are looking for a more relaxing afternoon, surrounded by nature, walk in the opposite direction from our door, towards Horský park, the green lungs of the Old Town, an oasis of peace for all ages.

Mihaela Lica-Butler is travel writer and travel public relations consultant by profession, lover of cultures and cuisine. She has built a fun career while chiming in on many topics, from relating the trials and tribulations of the people of Kosovo, to experiencing, first hand, the heroics of the Romanian soldiers serving for the UN. But she thrives in conveying her love for travel and places in written word, and she is happy to be a constant contributor for some of the world's best travel sites.

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