Small but eminently capable
Bratislava is a small but beautiful capital city, sitting modestly and discreetly on the banks of the Danube. Its history, however, is a different matter and is palpable in every corner and alleyway of the city. The international airport, which is right next to the Vienna House Easy Bratislava, is 9 km from the city centre.
The exact location
The hotel is a good base for business and leisure travelers and is located just minutes away from the Avion Shopping Park and Bratislava Airport. Nothing can stand in the way of your smooth transit to the hotel.
Man at work "Gaper" statue
Gaper is a bronze statue right in the center of Bratislava. He should represent contentment, smile and good mood you should have while strolling Bratislava promenade. Since everyone who find and spot the statue is laughing, it probably does the trick. It is located at the intersection of streets Laurinská, Panská and Rybárska brána.Read more
Zero kilometer milestone
In the old town under the Michael Gate is places a brass ring on the floor, which shows the distance from Bratislava to 31 cities around the world and to North and South Pole. The furthest city is Sydney and the closest is Vienna. Can you spot your city there?Read more
Danubiana - the pearl on Danube
Explore and enjoy the museum itself that is housed in an impressive building intended to evoke the shape of a Roman galley bound in the shallows of a river. It hosts shows by leading international artists, which alternate in the great hall on the first floor; on the ground floor there is a museum of contemporary art and in the grounds is an 8,000 square-meter park where a range of sculpture work is presented.
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Daily from 10.00 am. to 18.00 pm except Mondays
Sandberg - sand and sea in Bratislava
Looking for a magnificant view to the surroundings of Bratislava? Visit Sandberg, the sandstone hill located in Devínska Kobyla National Nature Reserve close to the city. From a paleontological point of view it is a very rare and extremely important locality. The most important findings include shark teeth, gastropods, sea urchins, bivalve molluscs, seal bones, and bones of whales of Tertiary era. Trippers will feel like on a real sandy beach when being here during the summer. Only the sea is missing, but the place is in a beautiful and unique natural setting. There is also a short educational trail leading to the Sandberg Hill starting in Devínska Nová Ves, which will enrich you with interesting knowledge.Read more
Wakelake - the summer oasis
Kick off your flip-flops and get ready to have amazing time enjoying water, sun and fun at Bratislava’ Wakelake – one of the most popular places to spend summer days and nights! Enjoy yourself laying by the water, get sporty with a variety of water sports or stick to dry land playing games with your friends. And once the sun sets, Wakelake starts its second life – a party life with popular DJs!Read more
Devín - boat trip
Enjoy the boat trip from Bratislava to Devin Castle and see the most beautiful scenery from the river perspective. For the local people, the western part of Bratislava is one of the most popular venue. Just 10 km west of the city centre, Devín Castle is set in the beautiful nature.Read more
The Narrowest House in Europe
Did you know where is the narrowest house in Europe? Bingo, it is in Bratislava. Right in the center, but still hidden. It is so tiny that explorers can hardly recognize it is a house where people live. Will you find it and take picture of it this winter?
Bon Manufaktur – create your own lollipop
Bon Manufaktur, the caramel manufactory, is an unique place where all the magic works. Both, adults and kids can feel the sweet fairytale around them. And it is all happening in the heart of Bratislava. You can try something new in Bon Manufaktur manufactory. What about creating your own hand made lollipop?
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Workshops available in Slovak, English, Russian, Ukrainian and German.
In the center of the city, right on Hviezdoslav Square, there is the Neo-Baroque Ganymede fountain. It embellishes the entrance to the historic Slovak National Theater. This work of art was made by the Slovak sculptor Viktor Tilgner, who was inspired by the Italian park of Villa d'Este in Tivoli. Did you know? The fountain portraits an antique Greek myth about a boy called Ganymede, who was kidnapped by Zeus and transphormed into an eagle!
Do you need to recharge your batteries?
Pink Garden is a creative cafe at the Muchovo Square, featuring an unusual interior. Its dominant feature are flowers and lots of pink! In addition to the nice service and amazing setting, you will find excellent home-made cakes, cupcakes, great coffee and a perfect atmosphere. Pink Garden is definitely the only café in Slovakia with this unique style. If you stop here to recharge your batteries, you will not regret it!
The Blue Church on Bezručova Street
The Blue Church is a sacred building in Bratislava's Old Town, which originally served as a school chapel. The church is consecrated to Elizabeth of Hungary, the daughter of King Ondrej II of Hungary. The church nowadays is her symbolic mausoleum. Its unusual appearance and its beautiful interiors attract every day hundreds of tourists, as well as the inhabitants of Bratislava. It is also a popular location for special occasions such as weddings and baptisms.
Frozen in Avion
Measuring 30 m x 15 m, AVION ice rink is a rarity among Slovak shopping centres. The rink is open all year round and you can even rent the space to play hockey with your family, friends or business partners. Special attractions for kids guarantee a wonderful winter experience.
Explore Bratislava from the other side
Sightseeing cruises on the Danube river give you the opportunity to enjoy the panorama of Bratislava right from the deck of our speedboats. Enjoy a great Bratislava boat trip and sail through historical and modern parts of the Bratislava riverbank during the day or enjoy its magic during evening cruises. For more information visit www.speedboats.sk
Most romantic places
On a trip to Devín Castle, romance isn’t far away. With the light dancing off the waters of the Danube and Morava rivers, reflecting in your love-struck eyes, nothing more stands in the way of a romantic afternoon.
Bratislava's city landmark, the castle, is perched 85 m high above the Danube. Once the seat of the Great Moravian Empire, today it is used by parliament on official occasions, and is home to the Slovak National Museum. From the castle you can enjoy a fantastic view of the city and its environs. The Reduta Concert Hall is in the immediate vicinity.
Bratislava Old Town
Marvel at the myriad of historic buildings as you wander through the old town and perhaps linger a while in one of the many bars and cafés. The Old Town Hall in the main square, which originally comprised three different buildings, is particularly attractive. The only remaining gate of the medieval fortification is Michael's Gate, which is well worth the climb.
An empty well which never gave water; a street sign that points to a sculpture which protrudes from a manhole; a small taunting man on the facade of a house - and the narrowest house in the land; these are just a few of the curiosities which you will only discover if you walk through the city with your eyes open.
Downtown Bratislava is often dubbed 'one big restaurant'; it boasts an endless stream of restaurants, bars, cafés and pubs. These are great places for people watching tourists and locals alike, with a delicious glass of Slovenian wine in your hand and a plate of noodles with poppy seeds or a roast to accompany it.
Alongside its rich cultural offerings, Bratislava is also a very active city. It is home to the best football and ice-hockey team in the country. You will find plenty of hiking and biking trails in the region. The Black River Golf Course is situated about 20 km from Bratislava, in Bernolákovo, and claims to be the toughest golf course in Europe.
- From the main railway station:
Take bus no. 61 or 63 from the railway station towards Avion shopping park and alight here. Pass the shopping centre (approx. 6 mins. walk) and turn left, then continue towards the hotel.
(Journey time: approx. 20 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 1*)
Plan your journey by train.
*Price quoted is for guidance only.
- From Bratislava Airport:
Take bus no. 63 or 96 towards Avion shopping park and alight here. Pass the shopping centre (approx. 6 mins. walk) and turn left, then continue towards the hotel.
(Journey time by bus: approx. 10 mins. Fare: approx.
(Journey time by taxi: approx. 5 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 10*)
Plan your journey by air.
*Price quoted is for guidance only.
- From the north/south/east:
Take the Trnavka/Avion exit and turn left at IKEA. Take the first exit at the roundabout: you will see the hotel in front of you.
- From the west:
Take the Trnavka/Avion exit and pass the hotel on your right-hand side. Then turn right and right again to get to the hotel.
In the Vienna House Easy Bratislava there are 116 parking spaces for guests' use. The parking fee is 1 EUR per hour and max 10 EUR a day.
Via personal transfer
For a stress-free journey to or from the hotel, ask the staff to organize a personal transfer for you.
- Nearest bus stop Avion Shopping Park: 300 m
- City Centre: 11 km
- Main railway station: 11 km
- Bratislava Airport: 1.5 km
- Exhibition Centre: 12 km
Lat: 48.162457 | Lon: 17.182005