Bratislava is surprisingly close. It lies in the heart of Europe, directly on the intersection of three states – Austria, Hungary and Slovakia. Czech boarder is in 40 minutes drive.
You can reach Bratislava from the Vienna International Airport in 35 minutes by car. Bratislava has the international airport as well. Check the options.
Bratislava is surprisingly close. Since the first recognized ethnic group – Celts in the 5th century B.C. – it was always multilingual crossroad of several nations bringing their cultures, skills and knowledge throughout the history. Although Slovak, but true European city.
Today’s Bratislava is dynamic, compact, and ambitious. With more than 500 000 citizens is one of the fastest growing regions in the whole European Union; and among top ten with the highest GDP per capita. It is safe and secure destination, with fresh thinking, and sense for innovations.
Greenery is a local treasure. National nature reserves, wetlands, and precious paleontology locations spread within the city limits where you can watch birds, rare flora, and fauna, on foot or biking finding yourself in a completely different world. In Bratislava, 1500 km long Carpathian Mountain Range begins, the second longest mountain system in Europe; majestic confluence of two rivers – silver Danube and dark Moravia are drawing natural boarder with neighboring Austria…The city devotes its development strategies to preserving unusual rich natural heritage close by.