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Bratislava: Riverside, Castle or Complete City Segway Tours

1. Bratislava: Riverside, Castle or Complete City Segway Tours

Get to know Bratislava on a unique Segway ride with an expert local guide. Choose from 3 different scenic routes and see Bratislava from a different perspective. All tours include training and lead through various parts of the Old City, covering Primatial Square, the Old Slovak National Theatre, Hviezdoslavovo Square, and the Holy Trinity Column. Later, continue by the water banks of the Danube and enjoy the view of the entire city. During the ride, cross 2 different bridges, the newly open Old Bridge and the UFO Bridge. The 1-Hour Riverside Segway Tour ends here but if you opt for the 1.5-Hour Bratislava Castle Segway Tour, continue on a climb up the hill to Bratislava Castle complex where you will learn about the history of the castle. The 2-Hour Complete City Segway Tour also includes the ride to Bratislava Castle, as well as the Presidential Palace, where you can see all the way to Austria and Hungary from the panoramic terrace, and the Main Square.

Vienna: Private Day Trip to Bratislava with Hotel Transfers

2. Vienna: Private Day Trip to Bratislava with Hotel Transfers

Meet your drive at hotel reception. Private transfer to Bratislava. Bratislava and Vienna are two the closest capital cities in Europe. Both cities have similar roots, moreover were the capital cities of Austro – Hungarian Empire. Bratislava was a capital of Hungarian Kingdom. On the contrary Vienna of Austrian Kingdom. After the arrival in Bratislava meeting with licensed guide. Start of the Grand City Tour of Bratislava. The Grand City Tour consist of two parts. Panorama city tour by car and Walking tour. Panorama city tour The first part of the tour is a panorama city tour by car. Pass along Presidential Palace. Drive thru Palisady district, full of villas built in style of functionalism. The villas have been built at the beginning of 20th century. Short stop at Bratislava Castle. Continue to house of Slovak Parliament. Last stop at Slavin Monument, a breathtaking view on Bratislava. Afterward drive to Old Town. Walking Tour First part is a walking tour. It lasts 2,15 hours. Discover Slovak National Theater. Continue to Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra building – Reduta. Certainly stroke a head of the statue Man at Work, in order to return to Bratislava. At Main Square take a picture with a Napoleonic soldier. In addition hear a legend about the knight Roland. Even you can refresh in his fountain at Main Square. At first pass Old Town Hall to get to a hidden gem of the city – Primate’s Palace. At Franciscan square you can marvel at Franciscan Church. It’s the oldest sacral building of Bratislava. Afterwards walk down thru St. Michael’s Gate. Hear the stories about the executor, who lived next door to the gate. Next stop will be Palace of Royal Hungarian Chamber. In this palace Hungarian Parliament used to meet. Last stops of walking tour are Academia Istropolitana, St. Catharine Chapel, Mozart House and Keglevich Palace. At the end of the walking tour admire St. Martin’s Cathedral. There were crowned 19 Hungarian kings & queens. Finally finish of the Grand City Tour. Thereafter 3 hours free time in Bratislava. Our guide will recommend you a restaurant for a lunch according your preferences. Eventually meeting with the driver. Drive back to Vienna. Drop off at your hotel.

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4.7 / 5

based on 51 reviews

Hector was a very sympathetic guide and gave me a lot of exciting information on the tour. He was always very helpful and I was able to stop and take photos everywhere. I can only recommend the tour to others

Great way to see the city and get a good overview. Hector was a lovely tour guide and offered good info and personal tips. After a few mins the Segway was easy to use.

Fantastic experience. Our guide was KARIN. She did an incredible job and really took the time to explain everything about Bratislava to us. Top guide....

Kiana (Kia) is smart, young, pretty and she knows the city, you gonna have fun going around the town with her ... Segway is super fun to ride

A great idea for a quick visit to Bratislava, of course, superficially and without entering museums / facilities.