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Grassalkovich Presidential Palace

Bratislava-Old Town | Hodzovo Namestie, Bratislava 811 06, Slovakia
+421 2/578 881 02
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Bratislava-Old Town | Hodzovo Namestie, Bratislava 811 06, Slovakia
Staré Mesto
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+421 2/578 881 02
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Reviewed 7 March 2017

We were on our way towards the centre when we happened upon the Changing of the guard. My 4 year old was enthralled seeing the soldiers marching. The building from the outside is beautiful. My understanding is they do the changing on the hour, so...More

Thank gailnrich23
Reviewed 28 February 2017

My understanding is that the President works in this building and when he is there, there are guards out front and that is how you can tell the difference. I enjoyed seeing the Slovakia equivalent of the White House.

Thank Christmas2010
Reviewed 27 February 2017

Came Out of the Hotel and notice across the road a Palace like Building, asked the Concierge of the Hotel what it was and he said it is the Presidential Palace. Well maintained and well positioned for tourists to see easily. Well worth a view.

Thank Joao F
Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

We were heading to FABRIKA The Beer Bar and as this beautiful palace is close by payed it a visit. The home of the president the palace looks very eye catching and the garden look well kept . The palace offers great photographic opportunities but...More

Thank Neil K
Reviewed 16 February 2017

This was part of the free walking tour (with Maria) that I found very interesting as well as beautiful.

Thank Leah B
Reviewed 11 February 2017

It was a sunny day of the summer and quite a breathtaking view with the fountains and garden. Beautiful place in the heart of Bratislava, the capital city of Slovak Republic.

Thank Skumar1974
Reviewed 9 February 2017

The palace itself has great architecture, the square is kept well clean and is literally 5 min walk from the old town. There's a bus 203 going straight to the Castle from here. Make sure to wait for the guard to change patrol, I think...More

Thank Andrej T
Reviewed 15 January 2017

The compound is peaceful and quiet. From outside the impression is grand. The globe fountain with the carved doves is spellbinding.

Thank ruthandvern
Reviewed 14 January 2017

If you arrived into Bratislava by train you actually walk to the palace in order to get into the city. You arrive first into the grounds at the rear of the palace where there are fountains and a good view of the palace. The palace...More

Thank David C
Reviewed 4 January 2017

Only been outside The Grassalkovich Palace so can't give much detail. Really nice building and big. 2 guards stood outside protecting the place so I only walked around the outside taking pictures.

Thank WelshBajan
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Response from Souz M | Reviewed this property |
Back then it was worth timing my visit to the Presidential Palace to coincide with changing the guard ceremony at 1pm. However i visited the place 2 yrs ago. And it was during winter. Not sure about now. Remember to visit... More
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