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My spouse and I were fortunate to be able to visit St. Martin's twice in late September 2019, once on our own, and then with a local guide. Located between the Old Town and Bratislava Castle, this three-nave Gothic edifice from the 15th century was...More
We just managed to get in but didn't have long as a service was about to start. Not very well signposted and we had a bit of a run around with Google maps. However we realised it is just beside the Jewish monument so follow...More
The most prominent gothic building and churc in Bratislava and I believe the largest. The tallest tower served as a bastion in the city's defense system.
I recommend that you see a schedule when you can go in and look inside (you have in my...More
St. Martin's Cathedral is easy to spot, since it is one of the larger buildings in Bratislava and can be seen across from the castle. I walked around the church and loved the surrounding streets and buildings. Once inside the church it was a tad...More
There just last week.From the cathedral walk towards the Danube parallel with the city wall and when you get to the fountain outside Moods coffee shop ( which we'd highly recommend) take a right under the bridge at the head... More
There just last week.From the cathedral walk towards the Danube parallel with the city wall and when you get to the fountain outside Moods coffee shop ( which we'd highly recommend) take a right under the bridge at the head of the MOST bus station.We can't remember if we had to cross a further road but if so there must have been a crossing as don't remember any problem. Then head right up a cobbled street between a slim building on your right and museum on the left ....this will take you up to the castle. Only about 15 to 20 minute walk.We also recommend the restaurant at the castle, the spiced hot pear drink was delicious! Enjoy your trip.