Travel to Bratislava
DMC Bratislava - top destination management service in Bratislava - the "little big city" and proud capital of Slovakia. Although the smallest one of Central Europe, our historic city with cobbled streets has much to offer. The Danube River winds through it, which offers great possibilities for any water activities during your incentive or event. Bratislava is surrounded by stunning nature. Within easy reach you can go skiing, visit gorgeous vineyards, go boating, the possibilities are endless. Bratislava has a wonderful atmoshphere, great restaurants and lively cafes. It is a great place for an original and creative event and we are here to help you and your clients make the most of it.
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Travel video Bratislava
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Travel Highlights Bratislava
The Blue Church (St Elisabeth Church)is located in the Old Town. The church was designed in the Art Nouveau style.
The church was built between 1903 and 1913, and has a blue facade, mosaics, majolicas and blue-glazed roof.
The imposing castle towers over the city of Bratislava, and the Danube. The castle is quite beautiful and is located on a hill.
The Main Square (Hlavne Namestie) is located in the heart of Bratislava and the hub of life and activity.
Buildings of various architectural styles, from Romanesque to Art Nouveau, stand on the square. Former palaces, hotels, restaurants and cafes, a bank building, the Old Town Hall, and the sculpture of the Napoleonic soldier are found on Hlavne namestie. The Maximilian Fountain is the square's centerpiece.
Throughout the year you can find vendors selling crafts and souvenirs, ice skating, festivals, concerts, outdoor events and ceremonies, and the highlight of the Main Square - the Christmas Market.
Michael's Gate, built at the beginning of the 14th century, is the only city gate that has been preserved of the medieval fortifications and ranks among the oldest town buildings. Its present shape is the result of baroque reconstructions in 1758, when the statue of St. Michael and the Dragon was placed on its top. The tower houses the Exhibition of Weapons of Bratislava City Museum.
Program idea Bratislava
Follow Andy Warhol’s trail
After a short overview of Andy’s work and life, the group will be divided in small groups and will have to collect typical items in the City, thanks to a guidebook leading them.
They will be given a disposable camera to take pictures in the center of Bratislava. These elements will be used in the afternoon, in a privatized atelier, for each team to create their own pop-art installation (painting or
sculpture). At the end of the day, cocktail at Erdody Palace, where the biggest private collection of Andy Warhol’s originals (120 pieces) is exhibited
* Evening :
Dinner at the restaurant Camouflage, known for it’s top notch cuisine and located underneath the Erdody gallery. The creations of the guests will be exhibited in the restaurant and a prize will be awarded to the best
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We have an office in Bratislava, and also in Prague, Budapest, Bucharest, and Vienna, which makes us perfectly prepared to assist you in Central Europe.
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Top Conference hotels Bratislava
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bratislava
Meeting Rooms 9
Crowne Plaza Bratislava
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Lindner Hotel Gallery Central
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