If you've married a Slovak girl - the time will come when you'll have to bite the bullet and learn the lingo. Yes, otherwise your one year old son will soon think you're a complete simpleton. However, besides language schools, our services section can swiftly take you to other handy helpers here in Bratislava. Perhaps you need a lawyer to set up something noble in this fair country. Or maybe you just haven't visited the dentist for ten years, and you're in the mood for some gold teeth. Whatever your wish - have a surf through our services section and see what you can find.
We are visiting Bratislava in January 2015 and looking forward to sharing some real Slovakian Hospitality.My Wife is Bi-Sexual so we are looking to visit places that entertain just ladies,can Anyone give advice as to where to go for her please??Warmest regards.Andrew P.s.we are very much looking forward to meeting up with some real locals
Pretty well maintaineded and easy enough to navigate and negotiate. Have fun watching the guys trying to force you into buying dodgy watches or other merchandise. They don't spend long pestering you, a simple wave of the hand or shake of the head generally sends them away. Then you can laugh at how they scatter when a policeman comes into view. Otherwise just the usual rules of being in a bus station. Keep your belongings close and your wits about you. Not a dangerous place.
Smiling, helpful staff would be a bonus.
I think it's getting better!
Always had good service!
Yes, well the Slovakian countryside is generally great
I like Bratislava Airport because you see the mountains and the country side and I like the interior and color of the airport!
Thanks man. Euro trip in the bag!
There are also tourist information desks at the airport, the passenger port and the main train station. Ask them where you can find someone that smiles.