Bratislava the improbable

Bratislava is one of the most beautiful cities of the Danube. This unique city is located at the junction of three countries, Austria, Hungary and Slovakia of course, and this privileged position allows admiring from his castle: the vast plains of Hungary, the Slovak mountains and green hills of Austria. Bratislava is a city on a human scale (smallest capital in Europe, where it is pleasant to enjoy sunbathing on the terraces of some cafes and stroll through narrow quiet streets lined with beautiful Baroque buildings.

Bratislava Castle

The castle with four towers of Bratislava is a Slovak symbol. The view is breathtaking: on one side, the plains of Austria leading to Vienna, the other side the beginning of a High Tatra mountain range.

Saint Michael the door

Saint Michael the door is the only one of four old gates still standing in the city. This is one of the oldest buildings in town. Located in the city center it is now a museum dedicated to arms. Its staircase takes you to a beautiful view of Bratislava.

The new bridge

The bridge, whose top is in a shape of UFO, is located between Old Town and the new district of Petrzalka. There is one restaurant that overlooks all Bratislava. Built in 1969, it was heavy criticism until 2003 but today lots of things have changed.

The palace Grassalkovitch

The palace Grassalkovitch is nowadays the residence of the current President of the Slovak Republic and before was a big house of culture where Slovak Joseph Haydn gave regular concerts,. The fountain in front of the Palace symbolizes peace between peoples.

The Slovak National Theater

The Slovak National Theater is like those of neighboring countries, a theater known for its opera and ballets. Build by Fellner and Helmer, it represents the architecture of the second half of the nineteenth century.


Bratislava offers various accommodations, from classic to newest hotels overlooking the Danube.


Board of Directors, seminars, we offer several options.


Creative Cuisine, Design Restaurant, Bratislava offers a wide range of possibilities.

Team Building

You want to strengthen the link of your teams, create a challenge or whatever your goal, our diverse and varied activities to answer your needs.


Access to Bratislava from France is done via Prague (1 hour flight or 3:30 by train) or Vienna. Vienna airport is located 30 minutes from Bratislava. Vienna is well served from France, Belgium, and Switzerland. IATA member, we will gladly take care of your tickets and charter.

Direct daily flights to Vienna (2012). It takes about 2 hours flight (from Paris).
Paris 6
Lyon 2
Nice 3
Mulhouse 2
Brussels 6
Geneva 3

Area: 49 036 km²
Capital: Bratislava (453 000 inhabitants)
Population: 5,455,000 inhabitants, 57% urbanized
Density: 110 inhab. / Km²
Currency: Euro since 1 January 2009
Languages: Slovak (official), Hungarian, Czech, Ukrainian, Ruthenia, Rom
Sites listed as World Heritage by UNESCO: Castle Spisske Podhradie and its environs, Banská Štiavnica (for its historic center), and Bardejov Vlkolinec (protected under the folk architecture and traditional)


The specialty of the country, which is also the national dish probably the most consumed by the Slovaks themselves, is the bryndzové halušky. It is a kind of gnocchi made from potatoes, water, flour and sheep cheese, sometimes embellished with grilled bacon.

To taste also the widespread zemiaková placka (potato pancake). In restaurants, it is found stuffed with meat and paprika ... a delight.


  • January 1: the birthday of the Slovak Republic.
  • January 6: Epiphany.
  • Good Friday, Easter Monday and Boxing Day.
  • May 1: Labour Day.
  • May 8: Liberation Day.
  • July 5: Day of Cyril and Methodius, evangelists.
  • August 29: National Day, the day the Slovak National Uprising in 1944.
  • 1st September: Constitution Day of the Slovak Republic.
  • September 15: Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows.
  • 1 November: All Saints Day.
  • December 24: Christmas Eve.
  • December 25: 1st Christmas.
  • December 26: Christmas party second.


CONECO: International Fair in Bratislava in mid-May.

Pop rock festival: Bratislava in June

International Descent of Danube: each year from late June to late August. This tradition back to 1955 is to down the Danube on tourism boat. The first yachts men sailing from Bratislava to Budapest. Today, depart at Ingolstadt in Germany and end at Silistre in Bulgaria. It's not a competition and for two months, participants make stopovers (twenty days after departure in Bratislava) and visit the towns through.

Cultural Summer: Bratislava (chamber music concerts outdoors, jazz), in July and August.

Music Festival: in Bratislava in October.