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Bratislava Clubs

Bratislava s DJ Johnny De City on the national DJ competition in 2009
Let us be frank: Bratislava is no mecca of hardcore clubbing. But there are decent venues with some decent nights and if you get to spend a few days you should find a good party of any genre.

The city has several party zones, with the centre being the biggest.

Clubs in the Old Town
One area worth exploring, especially for the younger crowd, is around the Presidential Palace. Kartell is a lavishly furnished club in the basement of an office building, usually open four nights a week, with top local DJs and dance parties mostly attended by a late-20s crowd. You can call in in advance for a free ride in their party van and a welcome drink. Duplex opened in 2010 in the building of the Crowne Plaza Hotel. It is classy and has a large dance floor with house music and dance music usually four nights a week, with prices keeping teens in check. Cuba-themed Manana Cafe Club on Kollarovo Namestie is a regular bar, with a dance floor and DJ in the basement. The genres vary oldies, disco, pop, rap, electronic. Infinity at the top of Stefanikova offers music that you can dance to on most nights. Destination in Panenska has two bars and three floor, reasonable prices, free entry most nights (men pay on weekends) and often a young crowd.

On Laurinska, try the Cafe Studio Club which offers live music on most nights of the week. Another nearby club, at Safarikovo Namestie, which frequently offers live music is Rock OK - the name betrays the genre. A Cuban band plays most nights at the very popular Malecon near Reduta.

Old-fashion disco ball in one of the Bratislava ClubsThe cosy, extra chill Nu Spirit Bar (formerly known as Buddha Bar) on Medena features DJs on most nights and has a solid local following - the soothing nu jazz draws a sophisticated crowd of varying age groups. Its nearby larger sister Nu Spirit Club in Safarikovo Square has some of the best gigs in town.

The stylish Loft in Tovarenska is the new number in town with numerous interesting events. DJs can also be found at Radost, an underground chill bar and club on Obchodna.

A young crowd also frequents Channels with two underground floors of varied electronic music on Zupne Namestie, adjacent to SNP Namestie (Square). Next door is Empire, with the two floors as well. Subclub, a former nuclear fall-out shelter on the river side of the castle hill just past the New Bridge from the Old Town is a unique experience and is a popular hangout for techno and reggae fans.

A more up-scale clubbing experience can be found on good nights at Trafo, a trendy club with Western European prices in the pedestrian zone on Venturska. Next to Trafo is 80s Club, mostly specializing in oldies disco. Close to these two is also Rio, a very expensive place with DJs playing a variety of genres.

This club has absinth-green laser lightRemix is a non-smoking dance club that opened in early 2009. It is located in the Historical Centre of Bratislava, at Venturska 16. Remix plays mostly progressive, trance, and house music.

Near the river is The Club. It is in the building of the Park Inn Danube Hotel. The owners call it an exclusive club with exclusive prices as well. Just a three minute walk along the river, in the basement of the Faculty of Philosophy, of Comenius University, is Be About Club. It is a large restaurant with American food on the menu and special Belgian and German beers. Be About turns into a club in the evenings.

Clubs at Mlynska Dolina - Outside of the City Centre
Another party zone is in Mlynska Dolina, an area full of students that live in the dormitories located there. Unique, Elam, Alibaba and Club 39 are in Mlynska Dolina and they are pretty much alike. They host regular thematic parties, as well as events targetted toward and sometimes organized by university students. They also have lots of drink specials. Casey, which is nearby, but a bit further away from the dormitories, in the direction of Karlova Ves on Botanicka Street, is also a very student-friendly place. Buses 31 and 39, often packed with students, can get you to Mlynska Dolina from the center in under 10 minutes.

Entrance to Subclub leads through the old bomb shelterClubs Further from the Centre of Bratislava

Some other good places are further from the centre, but are large and well known. The biggest was Saint Tropez on Trnavske Myto, but now it is Dopler, on Prievozska Street, mostly used for concerts and special events. Even further from the center is another fun place - Harley-Davidson Club, which is located near the Cintorin Ruzinov (Ruzinov Cemetery). It is a classic rock club and a taxi ride away from the center.

The biggest club nights, of course, are Friday and Saturday, but Thursdays and even Wednesdays can get reasonably lively at some of the more popular venues. For event and party listings see's Bratislava Event Calendar.

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Rick wrote on 18.02.2013 at 22:50:04:
I've just had a read through the comments below,. It disappoints me to hear about the English reputation. I have been thinking about organising my friends stagg doo somewhere different. Bratislava sounded like a chilled out place where we could experience shooting guns, whitewater rafting and enjoying cheap quality beer& a stripper for the stagg.

However it sounds like

Spike wrote on 01.10.2012 at 10:16:25:
Why do you call Rio an expensive place? Entrance is free, and drinks are normally priced. We found this club to have the friendliest atmosphere. Lots of international students and alike. Rio is the club with the lowest meathead ratio of the entire town.

Clubs like Trafo (or even worse 'Channels') are really 'trailerpark trash in bad taste clothes'.

You should not visit Channels if you are not willing to fight. Some aggressive locals are there only to start a fight (and that includes the bouncers).

We had a great weekend (August 2012). Just know when to turn around and walk away.

barney wrote on 16.07.2012 at 01:45:26:
cheap airlines have introduced the worst kind of people too eastern europe ,these english guys have know social skills they don't respect them selves but most of all why do they say the women are beautiful then talk about them like whores like they walk around with a sign saying we screw uk guys.
I have travelled this part of the world and eastern europeans love their country and have know problem welcoming people who come for fun or just seeing the country ,but these jerks should book flights too other locations and stay/
A night club in tallinn had too close early because the locals refused to be in the same place as english jerks all the girls walked out in protest don't blame them sooner or later you will here of a death because of this crap thats taking place.

Robert Keegan wrote on 06.06.2012 at 22:12:59:
I'm American. I first visited Bratislava in 2002 (I visited everywhere then-airfares were ridiculously cheap after 9/11). Revisited last year. 10 years ago the only tourists in Brat were Austrians and a Zlaty Bazant beer was 30 cents (Tivo was 10 cents). Now there are English and Italians teenagers everywhere and a pint of beer is two dollars and fifty cents! Aside from that Slovakian women are still the most beautiful in the world and the countryside is wondrous and Charlies Pub is still a good late night dive/dance place, although I could no longer find that cellar Jazz place downtown by the river on the main street there that was like three floors below the ground and had water dripping everywhere from the limestone walls. That was a neat place.

dali wrote on 23.03.2012 at 23:44:53:
&#305; were in bratislava last week. &#305; sow a staff in patio hostel she was so beautiful like angel. I could everything do for her. but she had a boy fr&#305;end :((((

Derek wrote on 06.01.2012 at 17:52:10:
I'm in Bratislava now, for the next three days. The first few people I met were SUPER nice and helpful, really friendly, wanted to know where i was from and what music we listen to and all that. The guys selling me beer outside at the concert near the Carleton hotel are freezing their asses off but seem happy. They took away the Czech beer as a choice and told me I must drink Slovakian beer as my first one as a foreigner. Made me laugh.

Ivan wrote on 14.12.2011 at 14:40:44:

my friends and I (6persons) are going to be in Bratislava for a New Year's eve. We come from Croatia, and we would like to know is there some good place to go on 's Silvester party?

what kind of music will be played (on that place)? we are looking for best atmosphere in Partyslava:) some rock music or sometnig like that....

Many thanks in advance for your answers,

Jonny wrote on 18.10.2011 at 00:12:08:
Hi, we're thinking about booking a weekend for my stag do next March. Lookingat the comments on here i'm not sure now. We've had great weekends in Tallinn, Brno, and Krakow, but hated Budapest.
Justlooking for cheap beers, good nightlife and maybe something to do in the day.
Can anyone recommend this place and also a cheap(ish) hotel. Also any idea when the football season starts as i'd love to catch a Slovan Bratislava game... Cheers

ask wrote on 17.10.2011 at 18:38:56:
which club a wednesday night please? the more popular with many people?

Buelens Ludovic wrote on 07.09.2011 at 12:30:07:
the countdown has started....only 2 more days to go...bratislava here we comeeeeeeeeeeee.....jihaaaaaa :-) :-) :-)

kent wrote on 29.08.2011 at 11:02:20:
Been there last weekend. Hundreds of bars, clubs and so on, it's easy to find a good one. Great girls. Don't believe the internet-stories of brutal thugs and so on, I didn't have any problems at all (and I was pretty drunk) neither did I see any fights.


Buelens Ludovic wrote on 16.08.2011 at 10:20:03:
@ KAN: how was your weekend? did you enjoyed it? you have some tips for me? do's en do not do's.... :-)thanx

Kan wrote on 08.08.2011 at 16:35:15:
hi ,
we have to join a meeting vienna this week and we have two free days and we want to visit bratislava. Any acommidation advice for friday and saturday.
bars ,restaurants..?
i m 38 male and my friend is 33 male... i hears about something about local people. they dont like tourists , is that correct ?

Buelens Ludovic wrote on 08.08.2011 at 10:04:13:
@Andrew: But was it great to go out? does the City comes alive at night or totally not? is it expensive?

andrew wrote on 07.08.2011 at 02:02:49:
Hi I went there a couple of months ago with a group of 5 other male students for 2 nights, we enjoyed the place by day ..but at night time the locals did seem to enjoy giving us dirty looks and staring at us (we were well behaved btw) while the waitresses were so rude we actually thought it was funny..

Buelens Ludovic wrote on 20.07.2011 at 17:03:38:
sorry i forgot to add: My mail-address is:

kind regards

Buelens Ludovic

Ludovic Buelens wrote on 20.07.2011 at 17:01:41:

kristina wrote on 19.07.2011 at 20:27:03:
Hey guys, I'm from Bratislava and i must say i'm super excited by all the nice comments! Can't deny, the old city center is nothing like Prague, i mean the city is just smaller, but it's still beautiful, and if you know where to go you will have the time of your life. point is, if you get wasted, act like idiots, start fights, and cause general chaos in ANY city, you will run into problems. no one wants drunk assholes pissing in their national fountain or harassing their boyfriends/girlfriends. if you want that, please just move along to budapest. but like i said, i'm a local, i love tourists, and most locals are totally willing to help you out with anything, tell you where the best clubs are, help you call cheap cabs, anything. don't be surprised if you run into a jerk or two, there are ass holes no matter where you go..plenty of places even in the center have large beers for 1.20 to 1.50, shots between a euro and four depending on what you want. definitely go to bratislava if you have the chance! get wasted as fuck, don't act like a retard, and you'll have a fantastic time!

Andrew wrote on 15.07.2011 at 21:45:49:
If you want to have fun in central eastern europe go for Prague and Budapest... More international than Bratislava, more options, nicer architecture... Bratislavas city center after 8 o'clock is empty almost. I know what im talking about as i used to live in all three citys. Best clubs to meet attractive english speaking girls Budapest: Bar Creol, Club Mix, Prague : K.U bar Bratislava : Le club by medusa. enjoy

Ali wrote on 17.06.2011 at 14:23:52:
well i read few comments NOT ALL OF THEM, few say Slovak are racists well am a Kuwaiti student since 2007 till 2011 I study eat do anything with the Slovak students if you behave well you will not find any problems, in Bratislava ONLY you can do what ever you want IF BEHAVED and yes it is SAFE to walk around after midnight unless if you are drunk and wasted you will find someone to help you but if in the old you may wake up at the morning with your money and everything in place sincee last night.

BEHAVING will open Bratislava's heavan doors ;)

svetlana wrote on 21.05.2011 at 13:13:36:
guys you need to realise that the ripping off does not happen to foreigners only. the taxi drivers in Bratislava are notoriously well known being rude AND for ripping off, so whenever my friends and i need a taxi we call a REGISTERED COMPANY ok. make sure you dont get on on any taxi. I, as a young Slovak woman, WOULDN'T. as someone mentioned it, let some slovak hotel staff call the taxi for you. i never needed pubs and clubs for having fun but i think some of the Bratislavas ones are connected to mafia. they shouldnt cause much trouble though. mafia here does not usually interfere with normal peoples lives. ive been to karaoke and a few pubs on two occasions and had no problems whatsoever and also had a chat with a big group of Brits (it was their last night in svk) and they had no problems either even tough eventually some of them got very drunk and noisy.

robert wrote on 07.02.2011 at 14:41:18:
Bratislava is a dump.
Don't bother going there and if you do, do not under any circumstance get drunk as violence or robbery, or both will happen to you.

Marco wrote on 03.02.2011 at 18:09:58:
Bratislava is a really good place to visit but only for two three days max..and during the weekend only if u want to have fun and party!!!

Rick wrote on 03.02.2011 at 18:08:02:
dont go with bratislava stags they sucks... belive me I had the worse time ever!!

smarty wrote on 01.11.2010 at 23:16:27:
I am visiting Bratislava on 4th of Nov. What clubs would you recommend me during my visit!

ADMIN: Try the NuSpirit Club at Safarikovo square or Majestic at Karpatska.

Roman wrote on 30.10.2010 at 20:10:52:
@Raj: I'm sure you only got the same attitude you possess. I myself had tons of visitors of all ethnic background and never got any crap from anyone and anywhere. I suggest if you intend to go abroad just to be an arse you rather stay in Bradford or Leicester.

Raj wrote on 09.10.2010 at 07:47:12:
F*&K this....went to shitislava on for three days place was boring worst of all went with three other mates and as im indian and probably not what they used to i got alot of hasstle, didnt get served in bars or resturants had to get my white mates to get drinks for me. Proper LAME!!! i myself love a drink and would never cause trouble but it seemed being ethnic is a crime in this dump. Nick Griffen would love it here, but i still reckon he'll get arse raped in this very lame place

Eric wrote on 04.08.2010 at 13:03:34:

wrote on 26.07.2010 at 14:36:02:
Hi - has anyone been to the UFO bar or the beach bar?

They look excellent from the website....


Dean wrote on 19.01.2010 at 22:44:33:
Hi BH,
I disagree with the statement about calm groups getting into places!! This is why they book with an agency and have guides - Most clubs we use have been pre-booked beforehand with VIP Tables for the group.

jana wrote on 15.01.2010 at 14:51:30:
Hi guys!

I am a girl from Bratislava, I was just going through your opinions, but when I found some parts where you calimed that we were racists here, I have to raise my hand :)
I really have traveled almost all of my life, I visited 30 countries in Europe, I worked and studied abroad, so I am not full of stereotypes, prejudices etc. I love Bratislava! I like very much when I see crowds of tourists in the city centre, I am always polite to them, when they need help or anything. Because of course, a satisfied tourist = more tourists. But be careful, our country became a bit more expensive since we have had the new currency and come on, we are not a place where yu can come for your stag parties, shout in the streets, piss in the fountain etc. Be polite! Of course, none of people living in the city like to see some tourists degradating their place by behaving inappropriate. The same applies for your home cities, I guess... So, be nice, behave and you will get the same in return!
Have a nice time here!

mc queen wrote on 23.10.2009 at 09:42:54:
hallo guys, i was plannig to go there thinking that blatislava is like thousand hill country(kigali-rwanda)where i found peace, ohhh you can relax, go and see the difference, mountain girrila, good custom care, nice girls, i told you, everything is in your hand

beni wrote on 15.10.2009 at 22:02:03:
hi.i been in bratisllava many times,but what people say about bratisllava is not tru.if u want to have a good time go ther and dont read this stupid coments.i know english people how good they are when they go out.they are idiots when they are drank.i live in london and work in the club so tell me about english drank idiots.but u see when u go in bratisllava some of you got fuck yes,but for sure u did something wrong.i like bratisllava and i go ther every 2 weeks.

martin wrote on 07.10.2009 at 12:37:30:
I am a frequent visitor to bratislava as my partner is slovakian. I should all so add that I am blind and mixed race - a nice coffee colour all year round. To say that slovak women do not speak to foreigners is just not true slovak ladies are indeed very conservative, but I have had no problems in speaking to them just don't be rude and use common sense. For example, don't just barge your way in to somebody elses conversation with out an introduction. Learn a little of the local language if you intend to stay there for some time a little goes along way in this respect. Tipping in bars where table to table waitress service is imployed is expected and I usually give between 50 cents and 1 euro depending on the quality of the service given. my girl friend says I tip too high, but thoughs girls work hard for their money so I don't mind. ON the down side I have heard that the bouncers are extremely heavy handed if there are any problems of a drunken nature in night clubs all though I have never witnessed this, so don't be suprised if you are causing trouble at seeing them wade in with baseball bats. After all it is their country and you should respect this. There are some slovaks that just hate the british, and I have indeed come across these people, the best thing to do if you encounter this in a bar is just leave. I agree with one person's comment they should just opt out of the EU if that's what they want and stop personally blaming me for being in it. Last point any one orgonizing anything via deserves every thing they get.

Ignacio wrote on 29.09.2009 at 23:16:52:

Sean wrote on 04.09.2009 at 00:39:58:

mia wrote on 03.09.2009 at 13:39:39:
hey guys
l m from Bratislava originaly :)
And u cant say l m rasist coz my ex was british-we lived together in London in Camden on narrow boat..and man there r some scary parts at zone 4ghettos..Human junge.l can tell l never seen english pissing into their own nest like they does on vacations in other cities lol
and somehow as slovak l feel its just a dumb fun l could join some place like ibiza or mallorca thats ok...but dont be drunk monkeys in my town please!
(now l live in mexico city with my mexican love..and l can tell what can be dengerous place and Bratislava is one of the most calm places l know_(visited most of europe latin america and africa.)...and once l ve been attacted by some lunetic while waiting for a tram.Around 2pm sunny nice day l was 22y old cute girl and this crazy moron kicked my if l was an english turist l would say that Bratislava is like Hostel lol(btw if u enjoy brutal movies..passion of the Christ is more bloody movie.).but l m open minded person and l know that shits happend.When l m back in Bratislava with my friends in a pub always some turists invite us for a drink and we r friendly ppl(tell them where are the best places to go things to see) we r not snobish like brits r :)Yes u know u can be pretty rude nationality (my ex asked me if my mom has if we r from cave or something)and some ppl in London they just dont want to understand if your accent is american not cockney..
Bratislava is cultural small cant have a night life like in Prag.ppl go out to have fun on fridays and weekends coz they r responsible workers..if u want party from monday till sunday till 5am go to mexico city where it is more alive like in London.. it isnt smart to dance in fontain naked at 11am ...l believe u would end up in jail in any spring breakers in cancun..l m not mexican and l feel iching to kick their asses coz they behave like $ can buy them everyting like if all natives r hookers and waiters and poor slaves just live to make them happy.eww Some english guys with this attitude in Bratislava dezerved to be spanked.Rasists r every where..l went with guys from tel aviv to vienna and when they wanted to ask where is museum ppl just rather run away like reply..and to me they did coz l m blond :)
ok point of my msg is...go to Bratislava if u r smart polite educated person...if u r searching for cheap way to get drunk and fuck...go to Thailand they ll be glad to see u-just remember not all pretty girls r girls over there lol

l wish u great fun as l mostly have in Bratislava where r the coolest ppl ever

p.s.maybe l m not the best example of slovak coz l m artist and lil bit crazy expressing myself with chaotic speach here..l m painter but dont worry l wont cut my eyr of..nor yours:D jk

Kirstyn wrote on 23.08.2009 at 21:22:48:
Some of these comments really make me laugh. Big generalisations here people! I am a young British girl living in Bratislava. I feel a lot safer here, people just seem to have a lot more respect and I have not seen one gang of chavs which is always a bonus. If your getting really wasted and leering over all the pretty women obviously no wonder it is not going to go down well. My tip would be to look at pubs and bars outside of the old town, these can be very expensive. I paid 6 euros for a cocktail in a cuban bar here, yet just a 5 minute walk away I pay just over a euro for a double shot with kofola (a brand of coke here in slovak/czech republic, lush).
And if you believed everything you see in a movie or on the news, you would never leave the house! Hostel is actually filmed in the Czech Republic. And the idea came from a website the director saw from the fareast. Skinheads do exist as with all over central europe, but to be honest I am more scared of gangs of chav kids in the UK.

C wrote on 06.08.2009 at 01:08:04:
This is a open letter to the owner of this club.

Hi there,

Last week I was in your club in Bratislava. The ambiance was nice till we met the regulars of your club. The were verry agressive towards us. Esspecially the chap I've added a foto of in this email. The bouncer of you club is also everything but proffessional. My 2 gay friends whom I have a barbershop with in Amsterdam, where brought in a fight. I had to fight with a guy way more bigger than me. I wooped his ass because I know how to fight. Your bouncer did absolutly nothing to interveen.

I had to stood up for my 2 gay friends. The reasson why the fight started is because my friend spoke to on of te girls in and outside your club. I didn't wanted to fight, but I had to. I said to those chaps where I sended fotos of in the mail, that I don't want to fight. If I was the owner of your club, I wouldn't let the guys in anymore. They will fuck-up the nice ambiance in your club with there agressive approch. The dudes acted like the where lords and masters in your club. I'm really sorry to say so. But I would also like to reconmend a proffessional bouncer. Because of all this happening. Where had to skip day 2 of Bratislave. And thats a real shame, because I've heard that Bratislava is well know for its good food, beautifull woman en easy going atmosphere. The guys in your club fuckedup or vacation.



Rich wrote on 16.07.2009 at 18:13:07:
After reading this page before I whent on a Stag doo last weekend I almost decided not to go!! however I took the brave step onto the plane and to I am pleased to say the place was good, not great but certainly good. We whent with a company called Brastilvstags I think, the guide was really good and took us to some really good places, second night we did not have a guide and ended up going to the same places again, On the downside the town is quiet, if you think of a city in the UK it is not a Liverpool, Brighton or London its quieter, little less going on but still prety good pubs and we found a club which was also prety cool. The locals are unfriendly but thats it we never felt worried about them and we ran around dressed up as woman etc.
Guys go... its worth the trip, however if you have an option I would probaly go to a busier resort. Excuse my spelling never my strong point.

Todboy wrote on 23.05.2009 at 23:25:29:
Brilliant place. We went on a stag do last year. We booked entertainment through a local company, the girls were brilliant and they made sure we got round safely and took us wherever we wanted to go. They even met up with us and came drinking on our last night even though we hadn't booked them. Yeah the bouncers are massive and you wouldn't want to mess with them but we were all respectful and got no trouble. Drinking out of town is cheap and safe enough. We drank more than our fair share that weekend and they were happy to take our money, even putting up with us being a bit rowdy. One of the lads wanted to go to a Kotva (brothel) so 4 of us went with him. One left when he saw the door with about 8 separate locks. 3 of us sat in the bar while our friend did his business. I wouldn't recommend visiting one, We were S**ting ourselves . Top stag do venue but don't do the Kotva unless you want to feel like you're in Hostel.

Sam wrote on 18.05.2009 at 15:14:31:
Ignore the negative comments at the bottom of this and read the more positive ones nearer the top! I mea seriously... I looked through the comments on here before going on a stag weekend to Bratislava this weekend and thought it would be a shocking trip. Dangerous place filled with mafia thugs where everyone either unfriendly, trying to rip you off or wanted to beat you up.

Not at all, the old town where you can comfortably spend most of your time is just stunning (think Prague and Vienna), easy to get around and far less jammed with tourists and foreigners than most major Central European cities.

The people are, on the whole, pretty tolerant and friendly of polite and well behaved people (which we tried to be) - not particularly forthcoming but certainly not rude or unpleasant, and hey tipping them a little extra for being a bit more drunk than they'd like goes a long way.

The nightlife is pretty good, albeit in a lower key way than most big cities. There are some great traditional and trendy bars where you can go drinking and dancing (e.g. Havana and Medusa) although for full-on clubbing you might want to look elsewhere. Certainly didn't see any signs of shaven headed thugs or incipient violence in any place we went to - got jostled a bit when dancing with Slovakian girls, but just the same as you'd expect in any club in the UK.

Didn't see or hear about any more general trouble with foreigners (including stag weekends) - on the way back to airport I asked the guy who ran the company which did ours about it and he said their company hadn't had any trouble (other than self inflicted drinking injuries) that he could recall and they are the major operator. He did say that if you're drunk and off the beaten track then the odds would certainly be higher, but guess that's the same anywhere. One of our gorgeous guides did warn us to be careful of pickpockets targeting foreigners on the street and bars though.

Oh yes, the girls. Well, to be honest, there were some absolutely stunning girls around (including in the bars we went to) who were charming as well as beautiful. On the whole though, it wasn't like the place was full of exotic Eastern European lovelies from a Bond film - about the same as any major city really, some gorgeous, some less so.

Being ripped off - not obviously, although the place isn't cheap, especially with the Euro where it currently is. Some places are pretty good value, other places are comparatively expensive (over &#163;2 a pint), other places are very expensive (&#163;10 a cocktail) and these are the list prices. Ditto strip clubs - probably twice the amount you'd pay even in London. Not sure they even need to bother trying to full a fast one at these prices!

Definitely recommend it though. Really great place, beautiful, fun, laid back and just a little bit different to the norm. If you are British though, please do us all a favour, respect the locals and don't like a twat whilst over there - it would be nice to keep it as a place to go back to again.

Jayjay wrote on 07.05.2009 at 11:37:22:
Me and 3 other guys have recently come back from Bratislava. Were all in our early 20s. We had all saw Hostel the film before we went over so were open minded lol. We stayed on the main strip near the bars etc. The place is dirt cheap.. they use EUROS over there not KORUNA!!! you will pay 1 euro for there local lager there which is 10& minimum.. but be aware this gave me and me mate a bad stomach. Takeaways are about 2 euros for a full meal.

Ok now onto the women.. if im honest i dont think theres that many gorgeous women there. We saw 3 really gorgeous women there and within an hour they were greeted by about 3 skin heads. Within your first night you will realise that the place is run by bald headed people in mercs who you only really see where theres stunning women, but dont let this put you off.. they dont bother you...we actaully made friends with one of these bouncer guys over there and he was really great to talk to.

People in Bratislava are friendly when you get speaking to them, the only problem they have is understanding alot of the English.

We went to a strip joint.. if im honest quite expensive about 40 euros a dance.

We walked the streets at night at about 2 am and saw no one about. The clubs tend to be underground in old air raid shelter style bunkers.

If you dont act like a pi** head then you shouldnt have any trouble. Just speak to people in bars and you will soon feel comfortable. We met 3 girls from Bratislava over there who ended up in our apartment. They were a good laugh, and it helped since they could translate what people were saying.

Overall i probably wouldnt go back again as i feel like ive done it now but i dont think its as bad as some of these comments have made out. Its a nice cultural place with ok bars. Its cheap to buy things over there.. we struggled to spend 200 euros over 4 days! Not really a good clubbing spot but certainly worth the visit.

Bobby wrote on 05.05.2009 at 22:36:27:
Hi, I'm Bratislava for a week in a fortnight. I'm looking for a massage parlour int the old town where i can get an erotic massage. can anyone help me out with a website?

mark rice wrote on 22.04.2009 at 23:07:18:
looks like a lot of english lads have had a lot of trouble in bratislava,i have been to bratislava many ,many times and i love it there ,the people have always been great to me if i had the chance i would move there tomorrow, i feel safer there walking the streets after dark than i do in london,you will always get someone trying to rip you off,that happens all over the world,if you go into a bar mob handed shouting and singing football songs the slovak people do feel intimidated ,ive seen it happen ,thugs pissing in fountains,breaking the arm of a statue then throwing it in the danube,your all being tarred with the same brush im not english ,im irish im polite to the people i say a few words in slovak like thank you,hello,goodbye .dont give ba a bad name just try and act normal when your there ,the slovak people might respect you more.

Rob wrote on 19.04.2009 at 19:43:17:
Just got back from Bratislava on a stag with 17 other lads, and as you can imagine, was a little cautious upon arrival after having heard about all the trouble theyve had there.
But apart from being overcharged in a few pubs,and especially taxis, I really enjoyed it.
We went into several 'notorious' bars, including the Dubliners bar and we had no trouble. But then again we didnt go with the intention of acting like typical English thugs.
We all went with the intention of having a good laff, and with that we had no trouble at all. The bouncers are very intimidating, but they treat you like everyone else.

Steve wrote on 06.04.2009 at 18:33:59:
Just came back from bratislava trip. We loved bratislava girls and medusa bar under michael's gate. Prices were reasonable, cheaper than england. We went to charlies pub on saturday, which wasn't a good choice at the beginning. The club was half empty. But our agency advised us channels and fashion club, which were both great. Gorgeous girls and full of young crowd! I also recommend Moulin Rouge for lap dance. It was great sunny weekend in bratislava.

Greg wrote on 05.04.2009 at 23:27:23:
Interesting few days in Bratislava with a couple of friends. Enjoyed most of it, good entertainment, good food, some pleasant people but won't be going back. Why? Too many experiences of overcharging at every opportunity and that subtle underlying tone of extreme violence. Unfortunately as a few Brits will ruin it for everyone, so will a few aggressive Slovakians. Had an interesting encounter with "Slovakia's No.1 Football Fan" who spat abuse at me for 5 minutes before collapsing over our drinks. We left that bar swiftish. 25 euros for a 1 mile taxi ride back to the hotel in the rain. 40 euros of food billed in a bar that we didn't eat in. On the other hand Bar Medusa was great, as was Channels. Mezzo Mezzo served great food. Cigar place down from St Michael's gate was superb. Casino at the Radisson was an island of calm. Shame about the scammers who are ruining a great destination.

Ben wrote on 03.04.2009 at 09:22:58:
I absolutely agree with you Mike, came back from stag trip in bratislava last month. The girls were gorgeous and not shy to talk to foreigners. If you pick up some slovak words like ahoj, its a great ice-breaker. We went with local agency and had 2 girl guides almost always with us. They recommended us Super Taxi, which was fairly cheap and no rip offs. the number is +421 2 16 616. Did you mean Havana, the cuban bar? We went there with our guides, its a great bar for cocktails and girls. Not too expensive. We also did 4wheelers off-road, shooting and strip club and paid 160 pounds per person with hotel as well.

Bratislava is brilliant place for stag parties and I definitely recommend it.

MikeOzzy wrote on 02.04.2009 at 23:24:30:
I've just got back from Bratislava from my stag weekend. We were 7 English guys and very laid back with no intentions of causing trouble. We had amazing 3 days in Bratislava and did lots of stuff. Just a few points on other people's comments abive... Drinks were more expensive than we thought but still 1.50 EUR for a pint is not bad. Taxis are expensive if you come across a dodgy one. We got the number of a cab firm called 'Hello Taxi' and rang them whenever we needed a cab. It is by far the cheapest (sometimes quarter the price of other ones) If you want to go clubbing, I would recommend The Fashion Club (opened recently). It is 10 EUR to get in but it's worth it. If you want to go to a strip club, go to the one under the crown plaza hotel. The girls are amazing in Bratislava. I have never seen so many beautiful women in one place before. They seem distant and cold on the street but if you are in a club and dancing, just smile at them and they will come and dance with you. Oh by the way, there is a Cuban place (can't remember the name) but they do great cocktails for around 5 EUR. All these places I've mentioned above are in Old Town. We also went shooting where a driver picked us up and drove about 30 mins outside Bratislava. We paid 50 EUR and shot with 4 guns including rifles (about 85 bullets) and it's such a great buzz. Anyway, to summarise, I think Bratislava is a fantastic stag destination if you are not a huge crowd and know how to behave in public.

guy wrote on 20.03.2009 at 18:34:10:
Boys,Bottom line is if you behave like twats you will be treated like twats,you will get ripped off by taxis,you will get ripped off in the bars,girls will not talk to you,so WHY do so many of you keep going back and get ripped off ??? because your twats,learn to read,digest the information on hear and go somewhere else,go back to shagaluf and behave like twats there,oh and if your going to Bratislava for culture.Enjoy.

Paul wrote on 18.03.2009 at 21:18:35:
Don't under any circumstances book an organised stag or similar through BRATISLAVA PISSUP. They are extremely dodgy with a booking policy which flies in the face of their own website claim: "if your plans fall through, cancel your reservation and pay nothing!"

Not true, they take 25% deposit straight away.

Paulo wrote on 18.03.2009 at 17:53:52:
I've been twice in Bratislava and I must say that although it is quite a nice place, it has a really bad nightlife. The girls are beautiful but the drinks are expensive and you constantly get ripped off. At Channels Club, for example, I was ripped off twice by the same waitress and when I complained about it she suddendly stopped speaking english and started yelling in slovak.

Same problem with the taxis, they will charge 10 ou 15 euro for a 3 ou 4e euro ride.

About the Dubliner, I've been there a couple of times and I had no problems. And yes, they had to put up with very unpleasant Brits who just didn't know how to behave. I've been to the GB several times and I know you'd never behave like that there, otherwise you'd simply get problems as well.

wrote on 03.01.2009 at 02:04:01:
Guys, listen to yourself! Slovak people are like any other people in the world, they have their own culture and they are proud of their country... No wonder, they don't like you. Have you ever heard of 'ethnocentrism'??? Stop overriding and respect their country, only then you can successfully make friends in any country in the world. It's sad that you have to be told this.

ollie wrote on 15.12.2008 at 19:05:26:
I've lived in Bratislava for 15 months. To be honest, I wouldn't recommend it to lads wanting a great stag weekend. Firstly, if you're looking for cheap beer, forget it. The Old Town is as expensive as England. If you want cheap alcohol, you need to travel away from the centre - which takes you away from the 'nightlife'. I lived in Budapest too, and it's cheaper, and there's no limit to the number of bars, clubs and eateries.

COCKLES wrote on 07.12.2008 at 17:24:37:
Bratislava is no different from London or any other city. Some times you'll have a great night, some times you wont. I went in 2006 - first night was abysmal, second night in Sparx was great. And like other cities it has it's fair share of idiots and fools (both visitors and domestic). For all the people slating the British visitors, well as a Brit myself, I've had just the same experience in clubs / bars with South Africans, Poles, Albanians, Americans ect ect. There will always be a element of tourists who think travelling abroad means being insulting pricks to the natives.

vanili wrote on 05.12.2008 at 01:23:13:
I have a question. I will be visiting _Bratislava this saturday for a night with my best friend. We are both 34 years old. Does anyone know where the best r&B club is. We wish to dance and have fun. thanks. Can send me information to my

Fredy wrote on 02.12.2008 at 19:02:16:
Just got back from weekend in Bratislava. 8 boys going to have fun.
we were so annoyed that we had to take a bus and go to vienna to spend the day.
Night life is the worst in the world. there is simply no one in the clubs.
food sucks, taxi will steel you ... Never will go back there.

melita wrote on 01.12.2008 at 16:38:46:
Hi all, id like to know the prices, like clubs and drinks and whats best club to party on new years eve.

Eric wrote on 30.11.2008 at 02:52:59:
After reading all of these comments and reviews, and seeing a huge pattern of negatives, I am kind of worried. If anyone can write me with there experience or give me some pointers I would love it. First off, I'm 25, mellow, cultured American. I have a good friend I am going to visit who is a native slovak living in bratislava. I am anxious to check out the night life, etc, but all the talk of mafia run, scary bouncers, and getting mugged in the street worries me. If I am with her and her native friends will I be ok? I know I should be asking her this, but she wants me to come and i'm sure she would have a biased oppinion of it ;) Any info would help. I plan on going sometime after Feb 09. ADMIN: Eric, not only will you be fine, you will love it. If anyone has ever had any trouble, it was large loud, disrespectful groups.

David wrote on 10.11.2008 at 22:38:29:
Was there last year, wouldn't recommend it, not as cheap as you'd think. Big big bouncers who looked very intimidating but were actually quite helpfull although I did see one knock out a young girl in a nightclub who accidentally walk too close to some entertainers in a club. A few of us got chatted up by some nice girls in a club but this seemed to upset the local guys who surrounded us, we made a quick exit!
I did see the aftermath of a group of English lads who got quite badly beaten beaten up by guys with baseball bats. We didn't have much trouble but mainly because we only went to strip clubs after the pubs. A Czech girl I know living there told me to stay away from clubs and stick to the strip clubs. During the day the town is nice especially the old part.

len bryan wrote on 29.10.2008 at 11:01:35:
Having a slovak partner and visited there 2-3 times a year in the last 7 years i can say that slovaks are very friendly calm sociable people (visit their christmas market in bratislava)and uo'll see what i mean.They have a CAFE culture and don't drink to oblivion so yes!they probably don't take to leary moronic brits who abuse their culture.They tend to go to bed earlier because they start work earlier. We have never had any trouble either in bratislava or other towns and villages and yes we speak english to one another when on our own.I used to live in brighton and we didn't like loud aggressive stag or hen do's there either.
Behave decently and you'll be treated decently.

Veronika wrote on 28.10.2008 at 16:01:54:
I was born in Bratislava and lived abroad many years and guys cmon if you acting like idiots then you will be treated as such. The things about mugging and beating up ppl its bit exaggerated to me..I'm a girl and I never had any problem walking middle of the night anytime any place..It is still way cheaper here than other parts of Europe and its a great spot to be if you planning on taking a day tour to Budapest or Vienna and have the accomodation here. Bratislava is only different cuz ppl are very direct, men or women, we have no problem expressing what we think.
And as for drunk Brits shouting at middle of the night, you guys do the same wherever you travel. I've seen guys playing football in Amsterdam and breaking a window in the Red light so no comment.

Roy wrote on 22.10.2008 at 03:27:34:
Well I've just returned from Bratislava and have to say that, like many here, I was a little concerned about what could happen. And all that did happen is that myself and my friends had a fantastic time!
The people were friendly, the night life was brilliant and I am going to go back!
Learning a bit of the language helped and also the fact that we weren't there on a Stag holiday I expect. The Aligator Rock Pub was great and again, very friendly. DON'T be afraid to visit, just treat the place and the people with the respect you'd expect in return.

Kenny wrote on 04.10.2008 at 09:41:02:
Hi. I am american in germany. I am thinking about going to bratislava in december..i read all the reviews and it seems pretty negative for brits..but how are their attitudes toward Americans? What are the best clubs to go to. I will be going alone or maybe with one this a wise choice?

Rob wrote on 18.09.2008 at 14:42:06:
Party of 11 of us just got back from Bratislava and we loved it. Having read a few of these comments I'm surprised to hear of the amount of trouble some people have had.

We didn't encounter a single problem with any of the locals. Maybe we were lucky - wrong place wrong time and all that can be a factor - but my advice would be like others. Go there, be polite, learn a couple of words of the local language and don't behave like a typical English thug. Good tip, avoid the Irish Pub. Full of just these types who thought it acceptable to chant agressive football songs at the top of their voices and hurl abuse at the waiting staff. Sorry, but you're asking for it lads.

Spend a little on a guide for the day. Ours showed us some great little bars, got us seats everywhere and she was also a cracking good laugh. We did get ripped off in a couple of places over drinks. Mainly barmen taking advantage of the somewhat confusing Slovak money to grab a tip for themselves.

Other than that, quality weekend. Friendly people, beautiful women and good grub. I'd recommmend Bratislava to civlised people, but not to beer swilling, mouthy, uneducated thickos - you can stick to your identikit Irish pubs on the costas thanks very much, and preach as much bigoted crap as you like to each other.

Phil wrote on 08.09.2008 at 23:31:52:
Bratislava is a beautiful place with excellent pubs, eg, 1st Slovak Pub, 62 Obchodna. But if you value your life, avoid the Dubliner Pub like the plague. This Plastic Paddy pub is notorious for laying on a little "welcoming party" for groups by means of a swift phone call to the local mafia thugs who then proceed to put their baseball bats and knuckle dusters into use. It is only a matter of time before someone is killed.

A large group of this "private security firm" waded into innocent football fans on Friday, 05/09/08 and left 6 hospitalised (2 unconscious) and one of them minus 8 teeth.

Steve wrote on 08.09.2008 at 19:01:37:
I have been reading the posts mainly from Brits and it seems somewhat negative. Firstly i would like to say I am a Black British Man and just came back from a weekend in Bratislavia. Firstly although i am sure racism exists (like anywhere in the world) i did not encounter any sign of racism no verbal or physical abuse i may have received a few stares but i did not feel threatend in anyway. I would like to point out the stares were more to do with the fact Slovakia is not multi-cultural so any person of colour in Slovakia will get stares plainly out of curiousity but certainly not in a threatening way. I saw some skinheads in the old town and they certainly saw me but yet again no abuse of any kind.
> I do not think Bratislavia is the party town Brits expect. Bratislavia can not be treated as another Magaluf, Ayia Napa or the usual Spanish / Greek destinations we love to party get drunk and get laid. To put it in simple words if Brits treat Bratislavia disrepspectfully then the people of Bratislavia will not take to kindly to this and will be react accordingly. Treat Bratislavia with respect and there should be no problem with the locals. By the way its no point in complaining about getting ripped off with the prices as most tourist places rip the tourists off anyway (including london). I have travelled to many countries and been ripped off loads as a tourist.
> On the plane back to London i did notice a few Brits with Black eyes and unpleasent injuries. Chances are they had a punch up with the locals but before we assume Brits were ill treated we have to find out the facts first.
> To sum up i will be going back to Slovakia i have no issues with Slovakia but then again i took time out to learn some basic Slovakian language which certainly impressed the locals.
> My advice to any Brits visiting Bratislavia have a few drinks and enjoy yourself but DONT get out of your head drunk and if you are thinking of talking to the ladies be respectful and learn some of the language.

jon wrote on 08.09.2008 at 18:25:47:
Don`t go near the shite hole that is Slovakia. Run by thugs and gangsters

King Dong wrote on 07.09.2008 at 13:41:21:
Dont visit this shitehole of a place, its full of shaven headed, steroid inflated lunatics.

Kelt wrote on 01.09.2008 at 00:17:59:
I read all of these posts before i went and was somewhat worried.

Well i spent 3 days in Brat on a stag do with 12 guys and here are the results:

(We didn't dress up like idiots and were polite at all times!)

The positives first:

All people involved with tourism are friendly and helpful.
Our hotel was great,
Restaurants were great,
The old city is very nice with lovely buildings and sculptures everywhere.
Good quality beer.
Lovely ladies.

Generally all people were friendly and gave a smile after saying thank you in Slovakian.

The negatives:

By day there is no problem by night is a different story!

Everything is expensive! I spent &#163;250 in two nights only drinking and eating.

They will overcharge and short change you where ever possible. (mainly in the clubs)

The atmosphere at night is most threatening in some parts of the city and some clubs.

kids trying to sell you sugar in the alley ways,along with the Bone heads that just want to beat you.

One guy in our group left the club to get some money and was given a split nose and eyebrow by two thugs for no apparent reason before he got back.

I was propositioned by a beautiful girl outside a club only to walk off with her to be led into a trap which was intended for me to be mugged and beaten for my cash.

Another in the group was pick pocketed for most of his cash.

We weren't allowed in one club unless we payed 3 times as much as the normal entrance fee.

we declined and then our guide payed another club off to allow us to gain entry, only to be told that we weren't allowed to sit down unless we bought a bottle of vodka.

A lot of bouncers looked very threatening but i have to say they were actually friendlier to me than most in Britain.

There are a majority of the city people that are racist, hate the English in particular and stag dos in general, the place is not yet multicultural and they dont want the piss heads causing trouble in their town!

It was an experience to remember to say the least.

I dont hate the place but i dont think i will bother going back any time soon.

Some idiots from britain have given us a bad name here and the bratislavians have taken it to heart and treat us as if we are all the like i'm afraid .

Go and see for yourselves and add to these great stories.


Zad wrote on 18.08.2008 at 16:16:05:
Hi, thinking of going to Bratislava on a stag do in Feb. There will be 30 of us, mainly Indian. are we likely to attract trouble? we are mainly 30+ so it is a bit of a mature stag group.

Matt Fairclough wrote on 11.08.2008 at 10:27:28:
Just got back from a cracking weekend in Bratislava, 16 guys on a stag weekend. I had read all of these reviews and wonder what all the fuss was about. We didn't attract any trouble at all, danced with the local ladies who are all stunning, and got on well with everyone we met. Madusa Bar is a good starting point, so is Channels. Charlies is ok as a nightclub. We even went to Cirkus Barok which I'd heard was awful and had a great laugh in there. Ignore all the chumps below who say don't go to Bratislava, this is poor advice. Go to Bratislava, learn how to say please and thank you etc in Slovak, it gets a smile out of the locals if you show you're making an effort. Be polite, behave etc (common sense really) and you'll have a good time there.

Rafael wrote on 07.08.2008 at 22:57:23:
Llegarè con un amigo a Bratislava el dia 11-8-08,somos españoles y nos encanta bailar salsa.Algun salsa dancer local puede informarnos sobre locales o clubs de salsa en Bratislava o en otras ciudades de Eslovaquia?Muchas gràcias de antemano.Rafael.

Traveller wrote on 05.08.2008 at 18:35:42:
Hallo guys,
just to let you know,
bratislava is a very beautiful city-especially the old town. if you have a girlfriend and wanna spend some romantic time togethair then it would be a top priority. unfortunatelly for all the others that wanna meet sexy slovakian girls, well i wouldn't reccomend it. nightlife in summer sucks (excluding friday-saturday). people in bratislava go to bed too early, most of the pubs are closed by 00:00. instead i would suggest ibiza, cyprus, greek islands, or some other seaside attractions in black might be more expensive but you are sure that you are gonna have a crazy time with your friends...

soren wrote on 04.08.2008 at 05:01:44:
I am going to bratislava and would like to find some electronic music parties if possible. I know they are out there, parties where people dance all night and the usual meat-market is not in focus, but the dance-all-night mentality is.

Besides that I feel inclined to comment a little on the reviews i have read here on the page.
It is my impression that Bratislava is just like Riga where i have lived, a very beatiful city with charm and soul, only ruined by pissed up tourists who needs a good dose of a new perspective.
I have read here about people been beaten up with baseball bats by bouncers and exploited by every local. If one behaves like some of the western tourists in Riga (in my experience especially the americans) who think of the country and its people as being a cheap bar with cheap girls, people will not show you any empathy and all you will find is trouble.
In my time in Riga i have seen morons pissing on the national monument and burning the Latvian money just for fun, and afterwards they wonder why people don't treat them nice.
I hope the essence of the situations I have read about is the same in Bratislava as it was in Riga: That if you have come as a tourist to explore the country, you will find a friendly nation, but if your an idiot, you will end up writing on bratislavaguide about how bad your experience was.

Living in Riga was a fantastic experience teaching me about another world, and I hope Bratislava can be the same so that I can come back to enjoy some electronic music.

James wrote on 22.07.2008 at 18:50:32:
I just got back from Bratislava with two friends (we're all male and 21/22) and and after reviewing this web page, one of my friends almost dropped out, lol.

We went anyway and were absolutely shocked to not even see any sort of trouble.

The air steward warned us, the guest book in the hostel that we stayed in (Patio) scared us and we even went to Charlies club two nights in a row.

Not once did we encounter any sort of trouble. And quite frankly, we're the sort of people that would get beat up because we went to get really out of our faces on cheap beer.

So don't worry about these reviews, we saw no trouble. Just keep your wits about you.

Oh, and one last thing, if you haven't booked yet though, Prague, Amsterdam, Brussell were more fun. Go there.

george wrote on 17.07.2008 at 15:04:05:
Hi, guys, I gonna visit Bratislava for several days on my way to Wienna for vacations. What about attitude towards other slavic people - Poles, Ukrainians or Serbs? Is it different from that of to Brits. Because having read their comments I really dont want to be beated up to death by some motherf..s.

Dom wrote on 07.07.2008 at 13:02:08:

Matt wrote on 07.07.2008 at 00:08:59:
This is one of the most dangerous xenophobic horrible places on the planet. In short one of our guys was mugged. We were threatened by bouncers with baseball bats in the Dubliner pub and generally stared at wherever we went. In the daytime it's a nice enough tourist venue but at night it is a horrible horrible place run by lawless shaven headed thugs.

ronnie wrote on 05.07.2008 at 15:59:57:
i'm thinking about going to bratislava. how is it for americans? how about going threw and going by yourself. i'm looking to have fun and a safe time. i also wouldn't mind meeting some women. i'm kind, can hold my liquor, and lean away from hostilities. any info and tips would be grateful. thank you

howard wrote on 29.06.2008 at 14:33:59:
Oh dear...
Now i'm worried - just booked my flights Jul 16th - 23rd... going to the Pohoda festival but was planning to stay in Bratislava for a few nights. I'm travelling alone, 30 yr old British guy looking to experience the sights, sounds and culture of Slovakia... but i'm freaking out from what i have just read. Is it a bad idea to be here? Have the chavvy Brit stag trips ruined it for all of us? Thank you :) ADMIN: Howard, Please don't worry! There is a lot of fun to be had in Bratislava and if you are travelling on your own you will be absolutely fine! And Pohoda will be great as well!

Kinners wrote on 25.06.2008 at 19:27:42:
just returned from a lads trip to bratislava and it was highly disappointing ...
1. the food was rubbish
2. locals are c***s
3. its dead at night
however the women are exceptional

BRIT-SLOV wrote on 25.06.2008 at 17:11:04:
LOOK GUYS.... It's like anywhere in the world, if you behave like a clown and wind-up the locals you're gonna get a bad memory at best or a beating at worse. BUT... if you behave and are polite whilst still having a good time then you'll go away with some cool memories.
Taxi drivers are ok in general but it is best to call then 1st or if out on the street negociate a price first. If you're staying in a hotel then ask someone on reception or the door to speak to the taxi driver 1st, ok.
I've been a Brit expat in Slovakia for over 12 years now and have been running my own business for the last 2 years here in Bratislava and I can honestly say that you can have a great weekend here but don't expect it to be like Spain or Greece. It's not geared-up here for the stag do scene but there are some good clubs like Charlie's, Sparx & Dopler. If your looking for something a little more stronger ;-)then try '', the girls are beautiful and its not a rip-off joint. Just take the tram from outside the Tesco store on Spiltalska street to Tranavske Myto and its 5 mins walk. Have fun lads but be respectful to the locals and they will return the favour.

Dave wrote on 17.06.2008 at 11:41:28:

Big Al wrote on 16.06.2008 at 18:23:11:
If this city is too move forward with the times then the people need to step out of the communist era.I think it is one of the most dangerous cities I have been to at night, due to low level uniformed policing and gangster lawlessness!! I went to Krakow and the poles were so hospitable to us, as they want their economy to flourish from western tourism!! The local council needs to make this city safer for the tourists, and address the heavies that run this city as at night ut us like 'The wild west'!! My brother in law is mixed race and was subject to constant staring from the locals for a full weekend, like looking at an animal in a zoo!! He was ignored regular at bars, whilst trying to order drinks.....this is unexcusable!! Bratislava needs to educate the locals that we leave in the 21st century where people of all races live together and equality exists for all people regardless of race or colour!! Educate the people and help them understand that it is time for change in their cultural society!! Bratislava is not all bad and I met some nice people there,but they have too move forward with the times!!

Tony G wrote on 16.06.2008 at 16:38:39:
Happy Days Micky C..If all else fails we'll just snort persil..suppose tay give ye some buzz..any wee cutties out there..i'll be dancing tues and wed nite...where's maddy?

ady smith wrote on 16.06.2008 at 11:30:15:
just got back from bratislava for my stag,there was 18 in our group and we organised it through
i have to say it was the worst experiance of my life. the place is full of unhelpful staff the clubs hate the english bouncers intimidating us throughout the night. be prepared to pay double the price than anyone else taxis cost 15 minimum. a total waste of time stay away you been warned.

Shandy Bow wrote on 13.06.2008 at 11:40:44:
I have visited Bratislava 7 times and fly out for an 8th time on Monday. It is a great city with great people. As for getting trouble there - if you act like typical Brits then you deserve to get your faces smashed in. It's their country and they don't wish for people to go and cause trouble. Imagine if Easterned Europeans came and caused trouble here?

All the clubs are connected to the mafia - start trouble at your peril!

Don't take any notice of these reports. Go and have some fun.

John Volk wrote on 09.06.2008 at 13:56:00:
I've just come back from Bratislava and seen the comments here. I wished I had seen them before and cancelled. DO NOT GO here! I've been all over the world to over 40 countries and the people in this city were the worst I've ever met. All taxi drivers tried to rip us off, and so did many bars and restaurants. 1 in 3 people were very unfriendly and rude. The non whites in our group had an even worse experience. I was there with a few friends and we were NOT behaving like your typical boozed up Brits. Please have a serious rethink if you are planning to go here. You've been warned...

Don wrote on 07.06.2008 at 17:05:42:
The only reason why I am writing this is due to our time at Bratislavia. In summary the locals (brats) in general do not like the brits. Ensure you check your bill as in general they will try to rip you where possible. At restaurants watch the +g overweight trick as the there is a disclaimer the menu prices can charge extra. The women here are beautiful that is at least is a compliment. The city planners decide to build 70s syle flats becide what little architecture city has to offer. My advice is do not go to Batislavia.

Helen wrote on 31.05.2008 at 02:30:58:
These reviews sound quite off putting at times, i was just wondering if it was different for british women visiting the area?

Meshu wrote on 28.05.2008 at 14:08:46:
I can't undrestand u ppl i was in Bratislava for more then 5 times now and i can say i love the city there, ppl are very friendly clubs are great thats maybe because the group i am always with are made of east europeans dunno what to say..but i think its a very nice friendly city.

Jenny wrote on 27.05.2008 at 16:37:58:
Do not visit this sXXXhole of a city, worst place I have ever been and I am extremely well travelled. People are rude and unfriendly, awful food, everyone is trying to rip you off.

Cannot emphasise this enough - DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME IN BRATISLAVA.

nik wrote on 06.05.2008 at 10:30:09:

Jim wrote on 06.05.2008 at 08:25:19:
Just got back from a Rugby tour to Bratislava. Everything was fantastic except for the Dubliner where one of our team had his jaw broken in 3 places with a baseball bat by the bouncers. I'm sorry but a broken jaw for celebrating beating the local team. Will be avoiding the place now and advising everyone else we know to do the same. If you want a safe place to tour AVOID Bratislava

rafik wrote on 03.05.2008 at 13:52:58:
Having spent the last 9 months living and working in Bratislava I have come across very few amiable people in this city. It is not simply a case of drunk brits(or other nationalities) giving rise to the general antipathy expressed by the locals. 95% of bar/club/restaurant disfavour foreigners in general esp. brits. I have witnessed raucous and rowdy behaviour by local men as that witnessed in th UK. I have never seen brits being overly rude or loud to an extent that differs from the locals. Mind you, there was one occasion when I saw a small group of brits make a right scene in the Irish Pub after being highly overcharged and abused by the male barstaff, eventually these poor lads who had not merited such dealings where soon surrounded by a group of tall, mean looking local men who intimidated them into paying the well over-charged bill and continued to throw them out. Bratislavans, simply put, are a xenophobic and intolerant bunch, full stop. They are eager to take foreigner's money but decline to express any of the hospitality associated in the 'very lucrative' tourism industry. Bratislava is not a city that is welcome to the prevailing attitude of other European cities, which greet their guests with the simple courtesies typical in tourism and hospitality. We as foreign visitors to this city do not wish or even ask to be liked, we just ask that you show us the highly merited respect for bestowing you with our hard earned cash. I will leave this city not with the memories of its great architecture and beautiful surrounding landscapes and monuments of historic wonder, but of the ungrateful, disrespectful, bigotted and disregarding attitudes of the locals. I do not recommend this city to anyone, save your money and visit Prague, Vienna or Budapest. At least they smile.

Jack wrote on 28.04.2008 at 20:13:04:
Having travelled all over Europe, I dont blame Bratislavians for being unfriendly to Westerners especially the stags. Most of the "Aoi, Aoi Aoi" aka British stags are rude, uncouth, relieve on streets, noisy and outright disrespectful. If you guys are so pissed off with Bratislavia for being unfriendly, why not stick to bars of London with your flabby womenfolk where you belong....

nik wrote on 24.04.2008 at 12:13:30:
We are going in a group of 14 for a stag to Brat in May 08 I was just wondering if there are any decent RNB clubs or good bars to chill out in. Also how much are the drinks out there is it really cheap? Thanks

goofygaz wrote on 23.04.2008 at 00:36:45:
hi im taking my 20 year old son to your beautiful city, its his first trip to such a city and i want him to taste city culture in east europe,i dated a lovely slovak girl who introduced me to slovak ways and now i want so see for myself, but to be honest if i knew it was such a hot spot for brits on the piss i would not have bothered coming, bratislavia looks great so please dont ruin it by promoting yourself as a stag weekend,take alook at blackpool when the clubs are turning out is that what you really want

jimmy wrote on 14.04.2008 at 23:47:46:
Just a bit confused as to why Bratislava has a Stag Packages Operator called Pissup: that is slightly looking for trouble. Stag parties are not nice, most people avoid these cities, pubs, clubs that they go to. It's a very bad idea to have such marketing, Bratislava really should focus on tourism.

Simple conclusion: if you don't want the stags then don't promote Bratislava as a Stag City, if you do want the stags then be prepared for the worst, don't complain about it because this is what happens. Bratislava will soon be known as cheap tack and not for it's beauty and culture like Vienna, Prague, Budapest.

jenny wrote on 14.04.2008 at 23:33:07:
I'm heading to Bratislava in a few weeks, I'm looking forward to it but really not to the whole stag night life. I had noticed a lot that this city is promoted for it's stag weekends almost more than it's cultural elements. If the stags aren't welcome in Bratislava then it shouldn't be promoted as the place to go, focus on it's music, cuture, food. I had booked it before I realised how much stags are invited to go otherwise I would have not. A lot of people don't go to Ibiza, costa del sol etc espesically for this reason and I'm afraid Bratislava is heading the same direction, if vienna which is so near doesn't suffer from this kind of stag weekends then Bratislava needn't either. Definately work on the cultural marketing and forget about the stag marketing.

Hopefully I'll have a good comment when I get back from my trip.

Kelly from Batislava wrote on 08.04.2008 at 10:31:50:

Eric wrote on 02.04.2008 at 01:25:38:

anon wrote on 01.04.2008 at 16:46:10:

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Darren wrote on 24.03.2008 at 06:29:46:
I am a Canadian living in Bratislava and I find the people to be charming, food is excellent, clubs are great:) I also find it quite the contrary that girls do not talk to guys. I even got hit on by a gorgeous 19 year old and they are quite interested in foriegn men. Yes the Brits do have a bad reputation here but if I was on my Stag weekend I also would be going crazy without the destroying property mind you. Anyway anyone need advice please contact me and I will give you good advice.

Zico wrote on 20.03.2008 at 17:11:20:
Hey Admin,

reading these comments gives a mixed picture of Bratislava. but with it being ex communist eastern block etc, I have to ask the question.

What is the view of black guys/people?

I am travelling this Monday 25th to Bratislava for two nights on a business trip. I will be alone. I would like to go out and see some nightlife one night Mon or tues. is there a friendly club I could go to?

I have read all of the above but nothing covers black people in Bratislava. But there is a lot of puking, rip off, non smiling, aggression! not a good sign.

You have my E-mail, if you could just let me know a couple clubs for R'N'B hip hop etc, nice dcent people I would appreciate it.

Very helpful site by the way.

alan boud wrote on 18.03.2008 at 23:24:13:

I had my stag do there and some of your comments are right, but some are a bit extreme.Clubs:Dopler. Good club, good vibes,bouncers didn't want to kill us. Circus baroq. Now this is the titty twister and if anyones seen 'Dusk till dawn'(The film) they will understand.You
just get the impression that when you are in there, that it could go off with the local 'Steroid head' that are dotted around the club.Apart from that the music is good, but I do know that some lads from dublin got beat up there two weeks after we visited, for nothing I believe, which you wouldn't dispute if you go in there.Food. The slovak pub does a good steak and other food, their is a pizza place facing the cuban bar that does huge pizzas and plays good tuned!! They had a man made beach on the other side of the danube when we visited and a pint was 1 euro (Priceless) If you have any people with you of mixed race, they were feel a bit out of place as the slovaks tend to stare and don't be suprised if they get ignored at the bar as it is normal.The people are friendly but the police and bouncers hate the british and quite frankly I can't blame them as we seen some real cunts giving everyone a bad name whilst there.Do not go to the srtip joint that is a taxi ride away as you will be beat up and robbed.Learn some lingo and you will have no problem, act like a typical brit with the spanish in spain and get ignored.

Hope this helps

Nik wrote on 15.03.2008 at 22:57:44:
Hi, I am a foreigner worker in Bratislava.

First time I got here I had an unpleasent meeting with a guy trying to jump the line at the disco because he said he was a local one. I let him go because I'd never fight for such a stupid thing. After that two other slovak speaking guys called him and told him something I didn't understand about "tolerance", anyway they looked like they were defending my position. The unfriendly "local one" went back to his place. Later on the doorman let me and my other two mates in without any problem and we had quite a pleasent night.

Not everybody is mean here. Just a few ones are, like everywere else in the world.

The people I've met here so far are quite friendly and nice.

Bratislava it's beautiful but is also not so big, so you cannot compare it with London or Berlin where it's very very easy to meet other people and nobody notices if you come from abroad. If you came here on holiday, having good time it's quite simple: don't get loudly drunk on the street, don't hassle the girls, don't fight, and very likely nobody is going to be unfriendly with you.

Many good places do are kind of hidden, so make a good "intelligence" job before coming.

Summer is better because there are more tourists.

P.S. If you don't want to get ripped off by taxi call them by phone. For 5 Km the right price is about 3-5 eur (100-150 skk)

Enjoy your trip to Bratislava!


Riko wrote on 15.03.2008 at 17:39:47:
WOW there goes my excitement!

Its my stag do in a couple of weeks and a few of us are heading to Bratislava, with the intention of having a laugh and to go somewhere different, no puking, no fighting, a few rounds of cheap beers and a bit of a flirt (for the single mates of course).

Everyone who i have spoken to said its a great place to go but by the sounds of it, the chav culture has gone a ruined it, like my old favorite surfing town in the UK, Newquay. I would never go back!

Lets hope the chav culture hasn't completely ruined things for everyone else!

I am one for having a good time, believe me! But please people stop giving us Brits a bad name will ya!

Christian wrote on 05.03.2008 at 23:21:00:
I've just booked a stag party to Brat - by looking at the above we shouldnt go' we are all english but well behaved and wanting a good time without trouble. Is this likely to happen? where are is the best place to set up he stag with a girl? thanks.

JA wrote on 04.03.2008 at 13:02:55:
I'M FROM BRATISLAVA, LIVING AND WORKING IN THE UK.I'M QUITE DISGUSTED WITH ALL THOSE COMMENTS ON BRATISLAVA, BUT.. NOT SURPRISED. i'VE BEEN TO MOST OF THE EUROPEAN CAPITALS AND I'VE NEVER SEEN SOMEONE FROM SLOVAKIA (or anyone from other country) BEHAVE LIKE MOST OF THE BRITONS DO IN BRATISLAVA! ( i mean dressing up like batman, jelling, destroying, fighting in the streets, glueing naked Britons on the fountain by his friends..etc..i'm sure you know exactly what i mean) HAD COUPLE OF "PLEASANT" FLIGHTS FROM THE UK TO BRATISLAVA WITH GROUPS OF MEN WHO WERE EXTREMELY DRUNG AND NOISY. wELL, ALRIGHT I SURVIVED.. but if you, Britons think that you can come to Bratislava, do what you want that you can destroying our small city than don't be surprised that people from Bratislava won't be nice to you. We're fed up of your behaviour.
This is just the other side of the coin I'm afraid..

kevin wrote on 04.03.2008 at 01:16:59:
The people of bratislava do not like foreigners so whatever nationality you are do not go. if you do go you will regret it. myself and a friend went for 3 nights midweek. nobody would speak to us. the hotel staff were very unfriendly and made no attempt to help us with any query we had (this was a four star hotel). they also overcharged us even though i had a printout of our online booking with the correct amount. restaurants were plentiful but the food was of very poor quality. taxis, oh my god, the taxis will take you for a ride alright, they will charge you an extortionate amount of money for a short taxi ride. negotiate your price at the start of the journey but even then they will add on an extra 5 or 10 euro just because they can. there are loads of cafe bars, great coffee and at reasonable prices but thats where the good times end. Bars and clubs are hidden away in underground bunkers, you will feel like a foreign spy because locals just do not want to see you in their pub or club. women will look at you but they will not speak to you, we tried, a lot! Nobody smiles in bratislava, i think its a Slovak thing, they just dont know how to. i've been to a lot of European capital cities, i've been in quiet reserved cities but Bratislava is a place that should only be visited by Bratislavians because they dont know how to handle foreign people. If only i had read up on Bratislava before i went i sure as hell would not have gone in the first place. If you have your flight booked then so be it, but when you arrive at the airport get a bus/train to Vienna, what ever you do do not stop in Bratislava. its sad to have to write such a bad report about the city but when a people are as unwelcoming as this city is then they only have themselves to blame. if you dont want to be part of the EU and the new Europe then hold a referendum and get out of the EU club!

benjamin wrote on 26.02.2008 at 11:22:18:

Fab wrote on 18.02.2008 at 12:49:38:
Anyone knows where is the universitary party for this last Saturday of Febbrary?

cash 28 wrote on 14.02.2008 at 00:35:34:
can any1 recommend a taxi for 15 people to collect from airport and bring to hotel. admin you maybe

cash 28 wrote on 09.02.2008 at 23:53:01:
hi heading there on feb 28 as part of an irish stag. just wondering if your only up for a good time ie few drinks and laugh( not puking in streets or causing trouble)where should we go

alexis wrote on 08.02.2008 at 17:47:32:
Hello to everybody. I am going to be in bra on 16th of february. Just one nigth. I just have a one shot. Please advise me a club that girls are friendly.

Chris wrote on 07.02.2008 at 18:20:14:
Hi, I am working in Brati since 2 years.
I usually spend only 1 weekend per months here, the rest of the time I am going for party to Krakow, Vienna, Budapest.
If you want to have great fun and be able to approach the beautiful ladies, there are 2 main rules:

1 - The clubs
Best club : Charlies
Best r&b : Dopler
Best VIP : Trafo
Best % Girls : SPARKS
Best Local : Harley

2 - I you want to be just able to talk to some girls. or not paying a huge amount of money for the entrance (e.g. CHARLIES). Don t be more that 2 guys. And show at the last second that you are a foreigner. Groups of 10 guys don t have any chance.
Enjoy anyway, you are in holiday!

Lea wrote on 27.01.2008 at 17:43:47:
Hi Joe
Of course the girls from Bratislava dont will talk with us ,when all guys what coming to Brat. think will have girls for sex and can everything.We ar not Thajland!

Joe wrote on 27.01.2008 at 15:46:03:
I agree with you guys. I live in Bratislava and I can say that English people is not well seen here. Is simple: you will never find a girl that will talk with you...

Lubo wrote on 25.01.2008 at 17:43:40:
Hi all!

I'll be in Bratislava with a good friend of mine in the middle of february (15, 16 and 17th) for 3 days. Can anyone give me some advice about where to go out (restaurants, bars, clubs). I'm sure Brat is not so bad that what i've read on this site...

Thanks a lot! If you are in Brat at the same time, it will be fun to be together and to have fun in this city. For your information, we are 2 French guys (28 years old). Bye!

virg wrote on 24.01.2008 at 03:46:55:
Went there twice from vienna. First by privat boat, was fun cos we only stayed 2 hours, though there was nothing special about the city.

Second time I went it was a total disappointment. The city is a total ripoff! Bad quality food in restaurants, people are unfriendly..... seriously, Just go to vienna, same prices, and theres a lot more to it.

Phil wrote on 21.01.2008 at 14:53:10:
Hello - please can you tell me; are these any good nightclubs in Bratislava that play modern chart music? Many thanks for your time.
Phil, UK

razz wrote on 17.01.2008 at 19:45:19:
hey, group of 8 irish lads heading brat next friday, only seen dis site now and kinda worried bout sum of d comments i read, how do they feel bout the irish, dont intend on bein rude or startin any trouble, jst out for a gud time, if someone could get bak 2 me it will be much appreciated, thanks.............. ADMIN: Hey Razz, the average Slovak cannot tell an Irishman apart from the English, your chance to teach them the difference? ;)

Smithsson J. wrote on 13.01.2008 at 20:16:43:
i need the "4 elements" club adress from Bratislava , and i cannot fint it annywhere on net....would you please....? email me

Jaz wrote on 12.01.2008 at 22:32:48:
Hello we are a group of 10 indian lads from UK going to Bratislava in Feb 2008 none of us have ever been so any advice would be welcome


aaran wrote on 11.01.2008 at 20:16:59:
hi there there is few of us goin to brat at the start of feb ,,,,,is there any decent hiphop ....salsa clubs there ,, also is anyone else goin there around the same time ,, we wil be there from 1st til 4 th feb

zu wrote on 09.01.2008 at 11:05:00:
Hi everyone..
I am from Bratislava but I am traveling a lot. I cant say I love it here but is not so bad.Every country is almost same. Everywhere you can find friendly and unfriendly people,good or bad clubs..etc.
I think good clubs here are Trafo, Malecon (its cuba bar),Charlie club and maybe Laverna...

Richard wrote on 03.01.2008 at 10:25:01:
Hi Everyone.

I just returned last night from Bratislava, after spending NY over there.

Having read most of the posts on this forum I wanted to add my own comments.

I have been to Vilnius, Riga, Prague etc in the past.

I have to admit, Bratislava was unwelcoming from the start.

The weather and time of year must have had something to do with it, I am sure that a summer visit would be different.

We were a group of 4 guys staying in an apartment in the Old Town.

We are all well behaved and well dressed, and in our late twenties from the UK.

Clubs and pubs we visited were usually small, and the locals were very standoffish.

We went to 8 different bars, 3 different clubs, and various restuarants.

The Slovak's don't seem to smile at all, didn't welcome us anywhere, and quite frankly can keep their city for themselves.

We made sure that we learnt ''please'' and ''thank you'', and were friendly at all times.

Some guys tried to mug me and my friend on the walk home through Old Town at 4 am, and were lucky we didn't take too much offense.

A taxi driver started shouting when we questioned a 1 km ride, which he wanted to charge 400 SKK for.

Obchodna street had some better club venues, but locals were really nasty in one particular club.

Stay away from Bratislava!

Simon wrote on 18.12.2007 at 13:24:22:
Bratislava is a good place but as an expat here I can understand why the locals are so pissed off with the Brits amd Irish that piss, puke and make noise/mess everywhere they go.
When will the brainless crowd realise that this is NOT Ibiza, Ianapa or a Greek party island.
Bratislava is not geared towards Stag Do's and wild weekends like Prague, Vilnius or Riga. My advise to the fools that come here and make trouble.... unless you want to face getting beatin' up by Bouncers that have had it up to the neck with you or a night in the Police cells then go to Blackpool or Brighton.
Us expats don't like or want you here. You idiots are ruining it for everyone else!!!!


ana wrote on 13.12.2007 at 19:51:54:
hi! which club do you recommend if i love techno/house music? i'll be staying in bratislava from 29.12 till 2.1

NATHAN wrote on 05.12.2007 at 04:10:33:
To counteract the NAUSEATING HETEROSEXISM of posts in this blog, could I enquire is this blog a good indicator of how HOMOPHOBIC BRATISLAVA
is culturally, or is that just our UK bred anti-democratic philistines ? If not could you suggest some good places ? ONLY GAY BARS PLEASE CHEERS
ADMIN: We provide info on gay-friendly venues at

gary w wrote on 26.11.2007 at 15:31:23:
I have just visited Bratislava with three of my mates and had the worst time i have ever had anywhere. I have seen a couple of entries here saying if you show them respect they will do the same, that does not apply in Bratislava, my friend went up to one girl in a club and said hello and she replied "go away and leave me alone you are f*cking english and i hate you just go away" every shop we went into (even to buy cigarrettes)the people would treat you with utter contempt, it seems my lovely fellow english idiots have spoiled somewhere else in the world for the rest of us and now there is another country that hates us all, so well done you guys.We weren't allowed into this UFO bar, so were reccommende to go to a club called doppler, do not under any circumstances go there it is full of people who want to punch you, the only place we went that was kind of decentish was the charlie club, but same again if you open your mouth and they realise you are english you're done for! and no just in case you are wondering i wasnt drunk out of my mind, i would recommend that people go to prague it's fantastic and the people are lovely and friendly, or if you've already booked your flights and everything as soon as you get there get in a cab and go to vienna its only about 60km's away

dru wrote on 21.11.2007 at 01:41:33:
unique club is the best for electronic music!

Joe wrote on 15.11.2007 at 16:34:40:
Going to Bratislava in April with 40 lads on a stag do, were not the quietest bunch in the world, i assume the locals will be ok though???? also does anyone know a decent indie bar?

Mickey wrote on 15.11.2007 at 00:57:26:
Details below from holiday. Loved it there been three times now

Flew with Sky Airways from Luton
Stayed at La Trafa hotel 5 mins walk from St Michaels Gate in the old town and round the corner from the palace.
Bars to go to. All around St Michaels Gate. Old style pubs are near by and Irish pub The Dubliner. Medusa and Havana are favorites also go next door to Prma which is downstairs with cool courtyard and next to Medusa. Havana is superb for dancing but get there early around 9 to avoid doorman policies about large groups. sports bar near mc donalds.
Clubs Medusa and havana but they are bars really. La lavina - underground with all the locals superb music playing house, garage and hip# hop, circus barok - which is on a boat playing all sorts of music.
Restaurants. The pubs near st michaels gate do great value food &#163;6 for large pizza for example and 5 beers. More up market La Mezza was around &#163;25 each for two courses and four beers
flight and hotel around &#163;200.
Spending money &#163;150-&#163;200. This will cover food and plenty of drinks are around &#163;1 or less.
Locals are sceptical of the english so don't expect open arms. Prove that you are not hooligans and they love you. Really friendly people.

Sarah wrote on 14.11.2007 at 19:01:18:
Piano Bar is the best club ever

Carlos wrote on 06.11.2007 at 14:02:23:
Damn! I went backpacking last march. I am from Mexico, so the atmosphere is kinda different. Slovaks are frosty at the first sight but once you get to know then they are very nice people. I went to Casey and man, drinks are cheap and a lot, i mean a lot of pretty womyn. So if you can go for it, don't miss it....

keep it real.

ALICE wrote on 16.10.2007 at 16:55:54:
I'm from greece and i'm travelling to bratislava this christmas to visit my brother who studies there!I will write a review as soon as i get back. But I've read already many reviews and i would like to tell all those people who ''judje'' negativ every country they go that their country must be worst than the one they'VE visiTed.SO ALL YOU WEAKED PEOPLE GO F..K YOURSELF. DO NOT COMPARE THE COUNTRYS,THE CULTURES,THE PEOPLE BECAUSE EVERY COUNTRY,EVERY CITY AND EVERY CULTURE IS UNIQUE AND SPECIAL!! INSTEAD OF JUDGING ...JUST ENJOY THE LIFE THERE AND APPRECIATE THE GOOD THINGS !!

vava wrote on 15.10.2007 at 10:19:18:
Just got back from long weekend in Bratislava. I have to say, after reading some of extremely negative reviews I was a bit nervous about Bratislava and spending my weekend there.

First of all let me clear the air to some folks that say how taxis are overpriced and drinks in bars are too expensive.
Please understand that the fact that you are going to spend few days in ex-comunism/socialistic country, doesn't mean that everyone should accept you as a second savior and that everything should be from 1-2Eur max!

I was there on 6th.october with three of my friends and we found Bratislava the most enjoyable place.

Taxi prices may vary from one taxi company to another. Be sure to call Yellow Taxi Express when you want a ride, they are 2 times cheaper then others. The number is +421 2 4444 1111.
We paid around 100SK (around 3Eur) for 5km ride from centre to our Hotel.

We have stayed at little family hotel uptown with 3* and 56Eur was per doubleroom/night, which is fairly affordable.

Prices in restourants are also OK even if you will eat in the town center (10Eur/persone for a meal + beer).

Night life in Bratislava is great, I would definitely recommend Medusa lounge bar for starting the evening (great folks inside, girls even better) and then party on till the morning in LaVerna which is just 5min walk from Medusa. heard that other clubs are also ok, but Medusa+LaVerna was the winning combination for us.

Drinks are bit more expensive then you'll pay for it in the restourant, but still OK.
Whiskey = 3Eur
Jeger = 2Eur and so on.

Nobody gave us the wrong look, let alone that we had problems with the locals. Ofcourse that bars and clubs are ran by folks with suspicious backgrounds, but thats the way everywhere. As long as you behave normally - you are OK.

Be sure to visit Hrad castle and have a drink at the UFO which is a restourant/cafe at the top of the bridge. Great experience.

all in all, we had a great time and we will come back to party more!

Regards from Croatia/Dubrovnik.


Lee Wilson wrote on 06.10.2007 at 12:38:57:
Just got back from stag weekend in Bratislava. Read some mixed reviews before leaving and felt quite anxcious stepping off the plane. It's fair to say you do get a frosty reception from some people but in general we found the locals ok. The old town is very pleasant with lots of tourists, so you can see why the locals are fed up of British stags. We stayed in the old town in two very nice apartments, few pubs and clubs but this isn't Ibiza so don't expect too much. Enough here to do here for a weekend but that's probably it really. I've spent a bit of time out in Eastern Europe with work and I will say this, people are the same everywhere, if you treat them with respect you get respect, if act like an idiot you will attract trouble.

Paul wrote on 05.10.2007 at 10:53:56:
Just got back from Bratislava on a stag do, possibly the most disappointing place I have ever been to, Clubs were not good at all people pretty unfriendly really, strip clubs the worst I have ever been to in the world, my advise is to go to prague instead much much better

samr wrote on 04.10.2007 at 17:55:33:
going to brat in early november with three lads where are the best night clubs .

Hiphop wrote on 04.10.2007 at 13:16:41:
Thx Admin,

I will come back with some comments about brats nightlife after my visit.

Thx again!


Hiphop wrote on 01.10.2007 at 16:53:51:
are there any hiphop clubs in Brat, i'll be there 12-14 okt.


ADMIN: Chicago 30's on SNP square is a hip-hop club, then there are few other clubs with some hip-hop performances: Randal club at Karpatska street, Metro club at Suche Myto, Subclub under the castle hill and Nassau located at Danube boat.

See calendar:
for concerts.

HLG wrote on 28.09.2007 at 01:19:13:
Avoid Pinks like the plague...extremely unfriendly to "foreigners".

Joseph wrote on 24.09.2007 at 16:48:47:
Does anybody know a small music group in Bratislava who, as a surprise, can sing few songs to my girlfriend ? Name, www or phone ? Many thanks

Larsa wrote on 18.09.2007 at 17:38:00:

George wrote on 29.08.2007 at 00:55:05:
What is the best place to meet a Slovak girl for a serious relationship?

Ben wrote on 27.08.2007 at 04:16:19:
hi all...not meaning to be rude but will be going to brat in 2wks time and with all the stuff i have read here, how do brats take to black guys? again no offence meant just curious..
ADMIN: You shouldn't have any problems alone in the Old Town or in larger group anywhere. Bratislava is generally very safe.

john wrote on 09.08.2007 at 21:19:40:
going to bratislava feb o8 is the place safe to party all night with a few lads

john wrote on 11.07.2007 at 22:33:40:
Hi I went to bratislava half the girls are guyZ watch out! If you like chicks with dics you will like this place as my friend MS did

JERRY wrote on 11.07.2007 at 13:52:02:
approx 5000 ireland soccer supporters arriving in sept well behaved 98% male whatis night life it safe.

safgha wrote on 09.07.2007 at 19:18:11:
going to Bratislava. any one can advise me were to go for Salsa Dancing: clubs or special salsa gatherings by salsa dancers

dewk wrote on 26.06.2007 at 12:06:07:
just got back from brat this morning. It was wicked - the women are gorgeous. Had the best laugh. Best club/pub was medusa. Also check out the u.f.o bar the panoramic views are something special. The english aren't hated as long as you behave.

buket wrote on 21.06.2007 at 13:49:29:
I'm from Turkey and I really wonder about Barok music. Are there any Barok music groups or musicians in Bratislava?

Dani wrote on 19.06.2007 at 16:17:55:
Adm, I intend to go bratislava in july for three days, I want to known what could the best plan for those three days. Also i want which are the zones in bratislava that could put in danger my safety.
Moreover, i red all the comments and they speak bad about tourists and specially about brits.. my group is made by portuguese and a russian guy so we want to know the impression that that they have about us ... if they have...
Finally, i would like to know about another city that you could advise me to visit in slovakia.



ADMIN: Bratislava is generally safe place, you should apply common sense regarding your cameras etc. As for the image, just don't be too loud and you are OK. While in Slovakia, you can visit Trnava, which has many historical sights or wine towns such as Modra, Pezinok etc.

Pluto Gollum wrote on 19.06.2007 at 15:16:36:
Can't wait to get to the fountains! come on!

matt wrote on 11.06.2007 at 19:39:08:
going to brat in september with 6 mates wondering if anyone knows any tradtitional beer halls and also have heard mixed reviews about cirkus barok some have said it is not very good...?

susan wrote on 05.06.2007 at 14:45:03:
Visited Brat in May. Saw a guy take out a massive knife in curb side restaurant, saw one prostitute servicing a client at 11.30 in the morning in the park in full view of all passing by, one member of our party lost her purse and was taken for a two hour taxi ride to the police station and chanrge a fortune for the priviledge. On the plus side the old town is lovely and the day in Vienna was great.

JD wrote on 05.06.2007 at 09:28:01:
English guys - dont be surprised if you dont get admitted anywhere if you behave dirty and get pissed and hassle slovak girls ... thats like your mission or something ... my advice is be polite, dont try to club hop while on the sauce and if you are really horny go to a brothel, thats what they are for and are cheaper than elsewhere... have a good time

wrote on 04.06.2007 at 16:18:12:
I spent a week in Brataslava earlier this year. I found the locals to be great but the type of tourist that came to Brat was not so good. There was the usual UK stag guys making an arse of themselves and then there was also so spanish guys doing the same thing. Please stop this behaviour or give these people lessons in how to distinguish a British accent as I sick of being confused for being one.

scott wrote on 03.06.2007 at 07:20:23:
i 've been fascinated by some of the comments. if i get the gist of it, guys from western europe head over to the balkans sort of to drink alot, and monger?
hey folks,it has been my experience, that when you visit a country not your own, well, then you become an ad hoc ambassador of your nation. and the peoples of your nation. and the mothers of your nation. and the sisters of your nation. and it becomes, then, incumbant upon us, to hold an even higher standard of behavior, and make firm and lasting friendships first, with all the individuals you will deal with, and then, an atitude about us as a group will be cultivated, that will yield positive harvests, that ripple through, and flow down, one peoples, to another. remember, becausethe economic climate at this time, offers certain types of employment, that does not necessarily dictate the kind of person, real person, you're interacting with. remember, that this is the very best, the flower of their young women, just like ours. treat every woman like a lady, and every man as an equal, and you will be able to tap dance across the areas of greatest risk, without a care. long live the Queen, vive la France, and spain and all countries. and God protect Slovakia. oh, and God please, forgive us, and help us remember, that we are only a child with big muscles, and the wisdom of a child, in the community of nations.
ok, church is out, time for hedonism, the kind that does not hurt.
play nice now

pavol wrote on 02.06.2007 at 19:18:54:
hey guys, i hit this site accidentaly, but got really interested in the brits' views of bratislava and its residents, me being one of them. here's the thing: we like tourists . but like everywhere, we like polite people more than impolite. the brits' reputation here is on decline. no wonder: last weekend, a british guy was arrested as he masturbated naked and totally drunk in a fountain in the heart of the downtown. people remember such things and they become more cautious. so, it's just up to you guys that when you get absolutely wasted if you want to spoil the reputation and the city for the rest. sometimes, i wonder if the brits would or even could go so wild back home. chill out!

Donald wrote on 30.05.2007 at 10:40:20:
You all are pathetic. What city would welcome a crowd of 10-20 rowdy drunks raising hell and pissing on walls. Of course they don't want you in their bar. Act civil and don't drink till you're stupid. Thanks for ruining Bratislava for the rest of us.

Dino wrote on 28.05.2007 at 14:18:14:
Does anyone Know any good RnB club in Bratislava?

we lost wrote on 28.05.2007 at 04:27:23:
True story: currently lying in bed (alone) on my last night in shitislava.this place is so done- ten years of stag do's has made having a good time here impossible. trafo is the best place by far but very difficult to get in as a bunch of guys. The people here all have cash now that they're in the eu and along with our handouts, have made the demand for tourist money almost non existent. There is f.a to see here anyway and its not even that cheap anymore. Much better places to spend a weekend where people are friendlier. Even the strippers were uninterested. Prague is in a completely different league. Avoid brat like the plague. Women are fit but are all with their pikey meatheads and are heavily guarded. Tough gig. Don't even think about wearing something smart for the evening as de rigeur in brat is a hoodie muscle vest and your old man's shorts accompanied by a tasty pair of flip flops with white sports socks. It also helps if you take some steroids and get a commie e-bloc haircut before arriving.

paul wrote on 10.05.2007 at 23:22:50:
i will be coming over to bratislava with some mates too....

about 15,000 irish for the match on september 8th.
get the beer ready.
cant wait.

Alberto wrote on 30.04.2007 at 13:10:22:
Which days are good to dance salsa in Flamenco Club? thaks.

Pony1 wrote on 24.04.2007 at 18:25:10:
Sorry should clarify due to dodgy font. I'm from Bristol, England firstly so they dont hate the british. None of us cross-dressed or walked around with our cocks out, so we avoided trouble, its pretty simple really! Secondly I spent seventy pounds, as the format seems to have put in a load of figures.

Pony1 wrote on 24.04.2007 at 18:23:00:
Went there last week on a stag do with 10 lads. Place was fantastic, people friendly, prices very cheap - I did 72 hours drinking and eating and spent &#163;70! Basically you have to exercise a degree of sense, if you want to act like tossers then people will take exception regardless of country. Regarding Charlie's, avoid like the plague, place is VERY intimidating, but there are a 100 and 1 other bars which are great. We didnt have a problem in 3 days of hardcore drinking. We also carried photo ID at all times after reading this site, this is IMPORTANT. Say "prosim" and "dakujem" everytime you buy a pint and you'll have no probs. I'd go back tomorrow if I could. Awesome. Botel Marina is a recommened hotel too, late bar, beautiful staff and great location.

Michael wrote on 15.04.2007 at 13:07:20:
ok you all say they hate brits is this true im going across europe and wanted to go there should i..also what is the norm for a drink ADMIN: It is really NOT true. There is a certain degree of suspicion and ocasionally hostility towards ladish groups on weekend nights, especially if they are wearing women's clothes and such. In general, if you are polite and friendly as a visitor, you are received very warmly.

pete wrote on 12.04.2007 at 16:35:01:
On my way to bratislava during middle of May,(12 lads on stag) read the comments and heard a lot of bad news about the place, specifically the way brits can be treated at times! Is it realy that bad or can we actually have a good time there???
Admin: You really can have a good time, as long as you act civilised. Brits are sometimes treated with caution based on experience.

jamieC wrote on 10.04.2007 at 22:18:17:
i agree with Big Al, this place sounds terrifying. can anyone reccomend any good places to go. there are 12 of us going on a stag do?? nothing too rowdy tho.

Big Al wrote on 09.04.2007 at 23:01:40:
This place sounds like hell,I am going with 30 lads and it sounds like we might aswell stay in the hotel bar as it seems safer!!

Someone tell me that this place is great as I went to krakow last year with the same lads,no trouble,great people and not a racist place......can anyone help!!!

suzy wrote on 05.04.2007 at 11:53:14:
@Antoine...U should try DOPLER

Nick wrote on 27.03.2007 at 16:24:43:
Charlies - Absolute dive of a place and not cheap. Bouncers are very intimidating and I saw them, huge body builders knock lumps out of someone in Charlies. Dirty race of people , girls look pretty but there prob no diff to the dirty shadey mobsters you see walking around. Horrible sewer of a place. stay clear, its a dump and charlies should be bombed

Antoine wrote on 27.03.2007 at 13:36:32:
Easter weekend!!! Anyone know the hotspots for 5 american guys in their 20's? Hip Hop, rock and top 40 music is needed. VIP areas also...???

matus wrote on 24.03.2007 at 09:40:20:
For all hip hop and electronic music lovers going to be in Bratislava 28.4.07 indoor music festival PRVYMAJ. For only 5 Euro U can see more than 40djs and live acts from 9 countries including DJ Netik from France/World DMC Champion 2006/, great UK Drum and bass producers Craggz & Parallel Forces, dutch techno ambasador Jeroen Liebregts, USA legend KeroOne and many more. Look for clubs, Nassau,, Nuspirit or web

tony wrote on 20.03.2007 at 19:17:18:
Any brits reading this seriously don't even think about going to Bratislava. I am very well travelled and couldn't believe the corrruption over there. Myself and some friends went there last weekend and was walking down the street to be confronted by armed police officers demanding money because we didn't have our passports with us. It ended up with us in the back of a police van being taken god knows where to intimidate and scare cash out of us. Eventually we ended up back at the hotel with them giving up. They DO NOT like Brit's there. The town is lifeless and dull and forget about the hype on cheap drinks and great deals. Do yourselves a big favour and stay well away. This is not a joke. ADMIN: Slovak law requires that you be able to produce a photo ID.

Maria wrote on 18.03.2007 at 16:55:53:
Hi, I am here for one year and I love Bratislava. Clubs are great exept Aligator where the security guys use to beat innocent people.
If you saw or know about such incidents as well, please contact me. I curious if is a habit.
Have fun! But watch out!

misami wrote on 26.02.2007 at 10:26:11:
We treat Americans as any other people we are just normal. But some guys esp. from U.K. think this is a big strip bar and they can demolate everything...
so if you want to have a good time you definetely will. Anyway Slovak people are very nice and helpful and most of young people speak English. Maybe youll get some new friends over here. For sure what you give you will get (I dont think money of course!)

Sammy wrote on 23.02.2007 at 17:18:34:
I hear a lot about the English, but, can anyone tell me how they treat Americans there?

keith wrote on 22.02.2007 at 18:06:04:
hi coming to brat soon on stag-confused with all i have read-can anyone tell me the best clubs for loads of girls-we are aged from 25-45.also good daytime drink place pref with strippers or fun pub. thanks

Mark wrote on 20.02.2007 at 17:42:12:
I will be in Bratislava between 22nd - 25th. Does anyone Know any clubs or bars that will playing R n B/hip-hop and what nights?

wrote on 18.02.2007 at 21:10:16:

mel wrote on 07.02.2007 at 13:35:44:
Hi, i'm going to spend a couple of day in Bratislava with 4 mates, someone have any advice for a good beer and nice rock music?

yves wrote on 27.01.2007 at 23:27:52:
please just one information, what is the place called "Medussa" ?
night club or a street ? ADMIN: Restaurant and bar at a street called Michalska.

Craig gee wrote on 15.01.2007 at 23:36:40:
Going out to brat in april for a couple off days would appreciate it if someone could give me some info on top dance/techno clubs???

cro cop wrote on 14.01.2007 at 21:25:58:
i live in croatia and last week i have been on hooliday me and my friends in Bratislava,the best club for me is cirkus,sparx and i have also visited KOTVA night club.

Roman wrote on 12.01.2007 at 20:00:05:
if you would like live celtic, or irish music try to go every wednesday from 7pm to 9:30 in Celtic cellar under ground in more than 5 years existed this session !!! Cheap beer, cheap JAMESON whisky and good atmosphere... sometimes play there irish people lived in Bratislava...


Valli wrote on 12.01.2007 at 15:25:13:
I went to partyslava on newyears eve, and i loved it. dopler was like the best club ive ever been to. lots of girls, all hot, but watch out that u dont catch a hoe. really.

tj wrote on 12.01.2007 at 13:03:22:
lived in bratislava for a long time have moved away now however. Good night clubs are babylon, kotva (one of the biggest) and a place called big apple, situated on the corner of obchodna, called obchodna vysoka. Cirkus barok is alot of fun as well as laverna, if you want something dirt cheap out of the tourist track go to caseys, drink absinth with young slovaks could be fun.
take care

Ron wrote on 12.01.2007 at 01:03:21:
Lived in Bratislavq for 2 years while working at Puegeot plant. The place is great!! but be polite to have a good time!! Met a girl, Michelina, and can't forget her!! The Brits give tourists a BAD name!!

Nick wrote on 09.01.2007 at 15:31:05:
Hi im going to Bratislava on the 9th of Feb for my birthday weekend, myself and 4 mates. can any1 recommend any good clubs/brothels, ive heard that a place called EVITA is quite good??? any info would be great. cheers

jan wrote on 09.01.2007 at 08:43:38:
can someone tell me what kind of club is Kotva and how good is it?

peter wrote on 03.01.2007 at 09:51:43:
Hi! Any good idea to have some fun like a good party this Thursday or Friday evening?!

Tibi wrote on 26.12.2006 at 22:06:30:
Hey, i'm going to Bratislava for New Year's eve with some friends. We're into techno/house music and would like to know what are the best clubs in the area to have some fun. Also if you know what can be done there for New year party would be nice. Thanks a lot

ivan wrote on 19.12.2006 at 14:19:40:
hello anyone knows if there are any good partyes in bratislava in the days of 26-27 and 28 of dicember???

Darren wrote on 14.12.2006 at 21:40:07:
I am a Canadian man living in Bratislava and find there are many nice clubs. Yes they do seem to charge the tourist more and also the taxis are over priced. All I can recommend recieve a bill from the waitress and never go anywhere that looks suspect. Keep your wits about you. Keep Safe

nit wrote on 14.12.2006 at 00:30:27:
who is coming to bratislava on new years? those who are comin email me so that we can meet there , it will be one hell of a experience, bye

nit wrote on 14.12.2006 at 00:28:17:

rich wrote on 13.12.2006 at 12:34:55:
i went to riga last winter and had a few run-in with the local neo-nazis, is this likerly to happen here, is bratislava safe? also have u got any suggestions of some cheap and decent hotels? bout 20 of us goin ADMIN: While there have been occasional problems with neo-nazis, you are unlikely to have any difficulties, especially if you are in a group. For cheap hotels, check for an extensive selection.

Nirav wrote on 08.12.2006 at 11:32:11:
Is there anywhere in particular I should avoid going??

Bhaskar wrote on 26.11.2006 at 22:02:17:
are they racist in bratislava, I'm indian by origin

aldo wrote on 25.11.2006 at 11:35:17:
Stay away from Laverna. Doormen are violent. Zlaty Bazant costs 80 SKK! Teeming with 2Kool4sKool birds.

perve wrote on 23.11.2006 at 16:47:51:
Big Apple, give it a miss, intimidating, overcharged and poor quality of girls, better birds at Tesco checkout Bratislava. Smiley

Al wrote on 14.11.2006 at 19:58:35:
Me and sum m8 r goin bratislava in december.
We're goin durin the week tho are there any gd places 2 go?

Faversham Rugby Club wrote on 13.11.2006 at 18:09:44:
Faversham rugby club is touring Bratislava in May 07

Can anyone recomend any bars big enough to hold 35 of us???

alex wrote on 09.11.2006 at 13:54:22:
It's me again. FOrgot about most important thing SPA u have to go there for 80 euro myself and my boyfriend had a full day use of SPA and as well full body massage, wraps, oxygentherapy, and use of privet jacuzzi for 1 hour. U have to do it.

alex wrote on 09.11.2006 at 13:50:25:
Bratislava is a good spot for weekends (Fri-Sat) the rest of the week nothing happen. The good 'pick up' place is Medussa loads singles girls looking for... Night Live is brilliant and nithe clubs r open till 4-5am, drinks r cheap just be carefull they like to rip u off, any time u go to the bar u pay different price so keep an eye on that, as well in Charlies nite club we paid 3 times more than locals, but it still we had great nite!!! restaurants r quite expensive if u looking for real good food with the great view go to UFO tower on the new bridge, not the cheepest in town but u'll enjoy every minute of it. Very nice and not that expensive restauran is Lebovski food was lovley. If u Irish and looking for home away u'll be dissapointed-only Irish Pub in town called Dubliner only what is irish in it is pictures on the walls and Guinness, no life music not even irish CD, but believe or not I think it was the busiest Pub in town during midweek, and one more think if u like coctails go to Havana Pub- Cuban Pub barman knows his job....
Enjoy Bratislava as we did.

evina wrote on 06.11.2006 at 22:16:56:
I am working as a guide for the stag parties in Bratislava and the guys have mostly been very surprised about Bratislava. But there are really too many stag parties, most of the men in the clubs are the Brits and some pubs and bars refuse English because of their bad reputation in the town. If you wanna enter good bars and clubs dont wear fancy costums(scoobydoo, batman or a transvestite costum!!!). Respect the locals and you will have a good time in Bratislava. One more thing: If you dont want to pay more then the locals for the drinks in the bars or clubs, ask the bar tenders or waitresses for a bill - they cant piss you off:-) think of some more activities then only drinking (shooting, mud wrestling, go-karting, relaxing in a spa place,...).
Have fun!!

Jamie wrote on 02.11.2006 at 23:18:04:
Going to Bratislava on Monday (06/11) Is there any good hip hop nights? Or what are the best clubs to go to for Hip Hop?

KJ wrote on 01.11.2006 at 02:34:21:
Going to be in Bratislavaon 30 Nov to the 3 December. Any Hip-Hop clubs or places I can go too?

Charlie's Club wrote on 25.10.2006 at 22:04:16:
Charlie's Club in Bratislava is screwing all tourists with letting them pay 3 times as much as other people. Don't go there if you like your budget.

luca wrote on 19.10.2006 at 15:56:58:
The last weekend of the month is there in bratislava a big university party, is it true?
in October where it will be?

ADMIN: It's called "beania" and every faculty (sometimes whole university) has its own party. For example, you can check:
which is whole-university party of Comenius University.

AJ wrote on 16.10.2006 at 17:20:41:
Can you party in Bratislava during the week or do you recommend weekend? We were out in Prague on Thursday and it was very empty

ADMIN: weekends are better of course, I recommend Friday's or Saturday's night.

DJ_Zet Van X wrote on 11.10.2006 at 21:39:45:
Are there any House Clubs in Bratislava?? I'm a DJ and I want to visit your country and play some music in one of them. Take care.

ADMIN: Most of the clubs are not specialized, so many of them feature night of D&B, House etc. Try Subclub and Duna, maybe also larger Doppler.

marino wrote on 06.10.2006 at 13:33:20:
Does anyonne know any Drum&Bass clubs in bratislava? Take care and thanks

ADMIN: Subclub under Castle hill or Duna club under Slovak Technical University

Ian wrote on 05.10.2006 at 15:23:22:
Going to Bratislava tomorrow, can anyone tell me the name of the nightclub with the short slide from the bar down to the dancefloor? Been there before but forgotten the name. Cheers
ADMIN: Ian, the club is Laverna, in SNP Square.

jonboy wrote on 05.10.2006 at 15:12:01:
ahve friends in galante 40km fron bratislava visited it and fell in love with country and its people. will return there one day i promiss.

Cartwheel wrote on 02.10.2006 at 14:55:16:
Went to Bratislava with 14 others. We walked into Charlies and ordered a drink, there was no one at the door and so we just sat down at the bar, however the door men, 10 hugh bodybuilders locked the doors and wouldn't let us out until we paid them, we then got followed around for the rest of the night. luckily there was enough of us otherwise there was no doubt we would have ended in the river. The place isn't cheap either

eric wrote on 29.09.2006 at 22:17:41:
looking for contact for moulin rouge in bratislava....... some one have it?

Sam wrote on 16.09.2006 at 13:30:37:
Cheers ChillyGirl! Heading out there in a few days so will check it out :)

omer wrote on 12.09.2006 at 12:12:27:
hi we are 2 guy from israel 27 we are comming in october wewould like to know where it is best to go out in bratislava is there any rock clubs??
fetish clubs???or just great place to meet girls????

ChillyGirl wrote on 12.09.2006 at 11:38:38:
Sam, go to Richardo, there's great hip-hop music and it's really nice place:))) but it's the best to go there in friday or when is some action. bye;)

John wrote on 10.09.2006 at 18:01:42:
Dobre Den, going to Bratislava for the weekend with 2 friends from Ireland, anyone got any suggestions on where the best pubs/food and more importantly ladies

Erkin wrote on 07.09.2006 at 13:50:25:
I stayed in Crown Plaza in Bratislava for a congress nearly 5 days. The hotel was perfect. That was the most enjoyable 5 days of my life. Night life, people were amazing. I just had problems with Slovakian food. I met a girl called Patricia. Impossible to forget her!!

Daniele wrote on 06.09.2006 at 16:25:07:
I'm going to Bratislava with a frind on 3 octuber, I'd like to have any advice for going out and meeting friendly people

Ivana chicita wrote on 06.09.2006 at 16:01:16:
You must visit Cirkus Barok and Flamenko I love Bratislava so much and evrithing there.I will be back soon. Ivana from Serbia

Sam wrote on 03.09.2006 at 19:46:32:
Further to Milo's comment, has anyone discovered any hiphop, r'n'b bars/clubs in Bratislava?

Omar wrote on 30.08.2006 at 15:01:33:
Is Bratislava seasonal, we are thinking of visiting in early November is quite or still party time??
Thanks Omar

Josh wrote on 30.08.2006 at 13:54:03:
My best bud and I are arriving Bratislava this Friday and will stay for 1 night. We are 2 big bodybuilder guys and would like to have 3some with a blond slav woman. Where shall we go? Are there any group sex clubs there?

Stagdoking wrote on 27.08.2006 at 03:56:11:
Don't piss on resteraunt walls, one of the guys on our do did and got a gun pointed at his head by the mafia dude who ran it. We then had to run away from 3 BMW's -thought we were gonna end up in the Danube! The mafia run the place, as teh guys pointing guns at our heads explained. The police refuse to understand you, and are probably on mafia payroll. The women in the Moulin Rouge are FIT, even if it is overpriced. Casey Club, the joint with the pepsi sign by it is quite good, just dont abuse the guest star (called lobo when we were there) - got into a fight.

ralf wrote on 27.08.2006 at 01:57:13:
oh my goss, too many brasses. i got vd. i love slovak pub.

jay wrote on 20.08.2006 at 17:16:39:
hi, going to bratislava on a stag do wanted to know the best places to go for the ladies, also can antone tell me jus how cheep the beer is out there, getting mixed opinions. Oh and been asked to find out how cheep the ladies are the stag needs to be stiched up, thanks.

COCORICO wrote on 18.08.2006 at 03:34:58:
I am going to Bratislava next week,do any one can tell me where or which pub or bar to find nice girls for party and fun.

Keanu wrote on 09.08.2006 at 08:54:56:
Hello, we will be visiting Bratislava on the 1sept and would like to know where the best place is to meet women and ofcourse party!

Mike wrote on 26.07.2006 at 06:00:38:
Hi I will be in Bratislava on august 4th. Anyone has tips for good trance, goa, house and techno club ? Thanks for your help. And also, it is not a very touristic city so how are people toward tourists, (for those who'd been there)?

andy wrote on 18.07.2006 at 19:26:41:
hi,six of us are on our way to bratislava on the 1-09-06 we are not a stag do, we are all thirty+ looking for good music (60s&70s)good beer and food and really good female company,has anyone got any surgestions were to go?? thanks andy

Kazakh Modjo wrote on 17.07.2006 at 17:30:58:
It happened that I visited Bratislava for one night while I chilled in Vienna. I should say that I was surprised by all night life )) especially brothels.. I recommend Kotva bar, nice girls.. almost everyone speaks english or russian. I would like to know if there are any psychedelic trance parties?

stephen wrote on 12.07.2006 at 10:55:02:
Going to Bratislava next week for my stag do, 20 of us all together. Where are the best places that dont mind lots of drunken idots and dont rip you off too much

Gibbo wrote on 04.07.2006 at 14:21:03:
20 lads of about 25 years old are off to Bratislava on 07.06.06 for a stag. What are the best all day bars for boozing & are there any laid back relaxed clubs that tolerate fancy dress. no gay stuff though.

Miguel Herpst wrote on 23.06.2006 at 13:19:38:
Visit Evita Club in Bratislava. Perfect devilish girls! :-P

Chris wrote on 20.06.2006 at 17:53:28:
I'll be going to Bratislava for almost 30 days and am curious where I and a few others may be able to have a great time. No gay bars... I've been before but a long time ago. Need help finding sights and possibly some ladies. ??? any help would be great!! (Ladies) glaven.

MoT wrote on 06.06.2006 at 10:36:57:
Can some tell me where the Randal-Club is ?
I know its not your Kind of Music, but if someones knows where it is ... please post.

monika wrote on 03.06.2006 at 00:25:37:
LEE: u should quit to watch some stupid american movies. i live in bratislava, i visit many pubs and discos, but what did u write.. it sounds crazy..

H wrote on 29.05.2006 at 21:08:38:
Recently returned from a stag-do in Bratislava (28May2006). The place is cluttered with english stag-do's, and they tolerate bad behaviour because they make lots of money from us. From my experience if you like dance music go to LaVerna (opposite mcdonalds) or Charlie's. They play good music. Bit disappointed with the lap dancing places, over-priced and not value for money. Stay away from Moulin Rouge. Crap. If you ask taxi drivers for strip joints, they take you to brothels. taxi drivers overcharge you, but still cheap to us brits. Have a good one.

josh wrote on 18.05.2006 at 15:41:05:
is it true that everything is cheap there in Bratislava and is it true that its easy to get lost of girls?

LEE wrote on 18.05.2006 at 13:05:22:

james wrote on 17.05.2006 at 10:42:12:
for electroncik music house or techno and trance i suggest music club trafo or doppler both of them are playing only this and for boys recoment mesalina babylon kasanova kotva avoid big apple its a bullshit and dont forget the ebelina

Neil wrote on 15.05.2006 at 13:15:44:
Hi, 11 of us are going in may for a stag do, can you help out with the best places to go on a saturday and sunday night, bars, lapdancing etc.. cheers.

roman wrote on 08.05.2006 at 20:06:09:
I'll be visiting Bratislava the last week of May: I'm into industrial/ebm music but also hardcore/d&b etc. My question is this: what's the street fashion like in the city, is it underground in any way like london or new york? if I have doc martins and combat pants am I going to stick out like a sore thumb!?! thanks!

adam wrote on 03.05.2006 at 10:37:46:
Hi, I will be visiting Bratislava in August for my brothers stag weekend, looking for the best places to go on a Friday/Saturday night? Help us out ladies! Thanks.

Joel wrote on 21.04.2006 at 19:07:33:
Hi poeple!
I'm also coming to Bratislava on the 2nd of May 2006, and plan to stay there for a few days. Anyone knows a good house/techno/trance club? Especially something during the week would be brilliant as i get there on a tuesday.
Then I plan to go to Vienna, and somewhere else in the countries nearby, so it would also be really cool if someone could give me good tips to organise a great trip in Central Europe.
Thanks very much
Joel from France

roberto wrote on 18.04.2006 at 04:19:12:
Im dominican guy and Im moving to Bratilava soon so i will like to know whats going on down there and what i can do for have alot of fun....

georgina wrote on 14.04.2006 at 15:30:58:
Hey do you know where any lesbian bars or cafe's are located in bratislava?

sam wrote on 11.04.2006 at 04:35:22:
Hi! I am planning to come to Pohada but hoping to spend 2-3 days in Bartislava. Are there any trance clubs/buddha bars in town. Thanks for helping out. No gay bars please.

P-Man wrote on 10.04.2006 at 19:47:37:
Would you know where the best Bhangra/Indipop clubs are? Thanks

Zara wrote on 09.04.2006 at 15:24:39:

Can anybody help me out? I need to know a couple of good House / Trance Clubs.

I will stay for 4 days, so that i at least need to know 2.

Thanks for your help. Zara

Jana wrote on 07.04.2006 at 19:11:27:
Go shopping to Aupark, eat in the Old Town restaurants,Milo, i don#t think there are hiphopbars in bratislava

Tilt wrote on 04.04.2006 at 01:10:15:
Had a good time in Charlies on 02/04/2006. Highly recommended.

al wrote on 31.03.2006 at 16:25:17:
can anyone recomend any good live music bars/clubs.

Milo wrote on 28.03.2006 at 15:45:57:
Hey coming to Bratislava for Easter weekend desperatly need to know where the RNB and Hip Hop clubs or Bars are please. Thanks in advance.

matt baird wrote on 28.03.2006 at 13:21:30:
Hi,planing a trip to Bratislava,Would like to know where the best areas to stay for allday drinking/clubbing. NO GAY PLACES thanks.

Bas wrote on 27.03.2006 at 15:18:09:
I would like to know the best places to go shopping and good quality restaurants in Bratislava , can you also tell me on a few good night clubs to go no gay bars thanks

frederic wrote on 17.03.2006 at 19:30:27:
this is my first night in bratislava, i certainly go to the dun club, expecting good sound... I m here for 6 months and need big bass

Greg wrote on 14.03.2006 at 00:01:22:
hello, any info on where best places to go for nightlife in bratislava would be greatly recieved. 13 of us going in mid june- no gay bars or clubs cheers!

Mikee B wrote on 30.01.2006 at 22:40:13:
Hi guys, Does anyonne know any Drum&Bass clubs in bratislava? Or any heavy dance nights? Will be there 18-23 march 2006. Peace :)

Katarina wrote on 23.01.2006 at 16:39:32:
I suggest Jazz Cafe in the downtown esp. with live music like this Saturday night will be!!!

Lucy wrote on 04.01.2006 at 20:26:43:
Hello - does anyone know if there are any soul/motown sort of nights? Cheers!

jakob wrote on 29.12.2005 at 18:27:10:
hy i look for the best place to party on sylvester in bratislava, young crowd, cool music, and a huge party we need! please help me!

barbara wrote on 29.12.2005 at 12:55:47:
i have a guestion... what club in bratislava has electronic music-like techno or house.i despertly need the information.thank you

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