City of Bratislava has launched pilot project of providing internet access in the city centre. There are three PC terminals connected to the broadband internet available at the moment. First one is located near the gate of Primatial Palace at Primatial square opposite to Bratislava Town Hall. The other two public internet kiosks are located in the entry hall of City Hall and in the Bratislava Culture and Information Centre building. All kiosks are equipped with the standard keyboard and trackball and are available to public free of charge.
The Wi-Fi internet hotspots are also avilable for those using their own notebooks equipped with a wireless internet access card. Primatial Square, Main Square and Frantiskanske Square are covered by the wireless internet and so is the Front Office of City of Bratislava. Another wi-fi spot is available near Ludovita Stura Square on the promenade facing Danube river. Wi-Fi connection to the internet is again provided free of charge.
You can find the list of all hot-spots here.
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