Bratislava - Pozsony - Bradt útikönyv

Bratislava - Pozsony - Bradt útikönyv

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This new, thoroughly updated edition of Bradt's Bratislava remains the only guide dedicated to this compact and increasingly popular city. Split into ten easy-to-follow chapters, the guide covers everything from local politics and cultural etiquette in the opening sections, followed by information on planning, practical information, local transport (including the new bike-sharing scheme), accommodation, eating and drinking, entertainment, nightlife, sports and shopping.

City walks are also included, focusing on the main sights and beyond, plus sightseeing, from castles and palaces to museums, galleries, churches, gardens and parks. Beyond the city itself there are sections on Devín, Cervený Kamen, Ancient Gerulata, Rusovce, the Small Carpathian Wine Route, Senec, Piestany Spa, Trnava and Kosice. There are also useful reference sections on language (pronunciation and words and phrases) and sources of further information.
The legendary Casanova knew Bratislava and declared it 'the most beautiful city in Europe', and he knew a thing or two about beauty. Situated by the mighty Danube River and nestling in the Small Carpathian Mountains, Bratislava is a good-looking capital filled with good-looking people who seem to be enjoying life. This is a city which effortlessly blends history with hedonism, where world-class restaurants have been joined by a clutch of quality coffee houses and literary tea and bookshops.
Bratislava's small size is satisfying: it's compact and visitor-friendly with many superbly curated museums and not one but two opera houses, rivalling those in Budapest and Vienna. In short, Bratislava is the perfect destination for a weekend break, a romantic city break, a family holiday or as a base from where to discover the underrated attractions in the rest of Slovakia, and with Bradt's Bratislava you'll have everything you need for a successful trip.

Contents

How to use this guide

Introduction

Chapter 1 Contexts

Geography, Climate, Natural history, History, Government and politics, Economy, People, Religion, Culture and festivals, Business, Cultural etiquette, Travelling positively

Chapter 2 Planning

A practical overview, When to visit (and why), Highlights and suggested itineraries, Tour operators, Red tape, Getting there and away, Health, Safety, What to take, Money and budgeting

Chapter 3 Practicalities

Tourist information, Local tour operators, Embassies and consulates, Money, Media and communications, Religious services, Public toilets

Chapter 4 Local Transport

Public transport, Bratislava by bike, Taxis, Car hire, Danube river cruises

Chapter 5 Accommodation

Luxury hotels, Four-star hotels, Three-star hotels, Pensions, Hostels, Camping

Chapter 6 Eating and Drinking

Food, Drink, Restaurants, Cafés and tearooms, Bars, pubs and clubs

Chapter 7 Entertainment, Nightlife, Sport and Shopping

Theatre, Music, Nightclubs and discos, Casinos, LGBT+ Bratislava, Cinema, Sports, Shopping

Chapter 8 Walking Tours

Walk one – Old Town, Walk two – castle and beyond

Chapter 9 Museums and Sightseeing

Major sights, Museums, Galleries, Churches and religious buildings, Gardens and parks, Squares, Bridges, Also worth a visit

Chapter 10 Beyond the City

Devín, Ancient Gerulata, Rusovce, Senec, Small Carpathian Wine Route, Cervený Kamen, Trnava, Piestany, Kosice

Appendix 1 Language

Pronunciation, Words and phrases

Appendix 2 Further Information

Books, Websites

Index

Kiadás Éve
2020
Nyelv
angol
Sorszám vagy szelvényszám
4
Szerzo
Lucy Mallows, Tim Burford
EAN
9781784774851
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