Bratislava is the largest city in Slovakia.

Sometimes referred to as the "Beauty on the Danube" for its stunning architecture, the city boasts a high proportion of greenery, one of the highest in the European Union, thanks to the breathtaking Carpathian mountain range that forms its northern border.

It has become home to more than half a million residents and is the capital of Slovakia.

Bratislava's Unique Offerings

Whether you're visiting Bratislava for any reason or with anyone, this picturesque city on the Danube can offer you many unconventional experiences and places.

Here are some tips to inspire your activities in Bratislava.

Devin Castle

Devin Castle is a massive Gothic ruin dating back to the 9th century AD. Not far from it was the famous Amber Road, linking two entirely different worlds of the West and the East.

Devin Castle served as a symbolic boundary between these two worlds, acting as a mysterious gateway to an entirely different culture.

Dining in a UFO Saucer

Bratislava is probably the only city in the world where you can have lunch or dinner in a UFO saucer.

It is part of the Bridge of the Slovak National Uprising, also known as the New Bridge, built in 1967.

The restaurant is located at a height of 85 meters, and on a clear day, you can see as far as 100 kilometers away.

The Inverted Pyramid

If you're fans of unconventional architecture, don't miss visiting the building of Slovak Radio.

It was constructed in the shape of an inverted pyramid.

This unique monument took 13 years to build and was officially opened in 1983.

Kamzik Tower

Located at an altitude of 433 meters on the northern border of Bratislava in the Little Carpathians area, is the Kamzik television tower. Standing at 194 meters, it is the tallest building in Bratislava.

Built in 1975, if you visit Kamzik as part of a family outing or corporate team-building exercise, you can look forward to not only quality food at the local restaurant but also an unconventional gallery space that can accommodate up to 100 people.

European Record

Did you know that Bratislava and Vienna share a unique European distinction? Separated by a mere 60 kilometers, they are the two European capitals that are closest to each other.

If you are planning to host your corporate event in Bratislava, we recommend considering the Treasure Hunt Bratislava team building program, available in both Czech and English languages.