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Bratislava is not a cheap city to live in. Depending on your budget and length of stay your best option may be the official university dormitories or shared private apartment.
The hotels are not cheap but are probably the best option if you have not secured housing before your arrival to Bratislava.
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  • Tourist safety tips

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    There is very little violent crime in Bratislava. Usually, the worst that can happen is running into a rowdy, drunk bunch late at night and looking at them 'the wrong way'. Guns are very rare except among the police and private security services. Foreign...

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  • Bratislava Parking Availability and Regulations

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    In the centre, in most streets during the day (8 a.m. through 4 p.m.) you are required to purchase and mark one-hour parking cards at a low price of |0.70| per hour. Parking cards, which require you to mark the time, are sold in the streets by vendors in ...

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  • Bratislava Guide & Map

    Posted by Jakub  May 18, 2017

    Here you will find information about the most popular tourist sites and attractions in Bratislava, from the upside down table-like castle, through the site of Central Europe's first university, to the gravesite of the famous rabbi Hatam Sofer. You can fin...

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  • Bratislava History

    Posted by Jakub  May 16, 2017

    Bratislava was always a meeting point of the trade crossroads in Central and Eastern Europe. In this article we are going to take you through the history of Bratislava, Slovakia. Historical names Bratislava was once also known as Braslavespurch, Brezalaus...

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  • Calling Bratislava - Telephones

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  • Public Holidays in Slovakia

    Posted by Jakub  November 13, 2016

    Public Holidays in Slovakia mostly follow standard international or European holidays, although there are some exceptions, such as holidays related to Slovak Republic or some specific religional holidays. All state and city offices, schools and stores wor...

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  • Embassies in Bratislava

    Posted by Jakub  May 16, 2017

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  • The Slovak Hotel Rating System

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  • Bratislava Weather

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  • Smoking in Bratislava

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