18th International Joint Conference: Central and Eastern Europe in the Changing Business Environment

About Bratislava

The Capital of the Slovak Republic Bratislava, also referred to as the Beauty on the Danube can not only boast interesting history but it also is the centre of the most dynamically developing region of central Europe at present.

Bratislava (population 425,500), situated in the south-west of Slovakia stretches on both banks of the Danube and in the foothills of the Little Carpathian Mts. Thanks to this favourable position it was always a commercial centre. Today the historic places witnesses to the rapid development of the young Slovak Republic. In spite of its exciting history, Bratislava is one of the youngest Capitals of the world and its population is also very young. The modern metropolis is opened to Europe and to the world as proved by the increasing number of foreign visitors of most diverse countries. Palaces, modern shopping and trade centres, admirable arts of the Slovak cooks and brewers, friendly people and various international cultural or sport events, exhibitions, and business opportunities are the reasons why it is worth of visit.

Monuments

One of the city dominants which can be seen from far distance is The Castle of Bratislava. The most attractive part of Bratislava is the Old Town where the most historical sights as well as cultural institutions are concentrated. Its tiny lanes offer an ideal atmosphere for romantic walks to those who love to follow signs of history in the middle of modern world. The significant structures in the historic centre of the city are all parts of the Monument Town Reserve.

Source: SACR, http://slovakia.travel/en/places-to-go/the-best-of-slovakia/bratislava

You can find more about the city by visiting the webpage Travel in Slovakia Good Idea or VisitBratislava.

Hotel booking

There are several hotels easily accesible by public transportation:

We suggest booking rooms via www.booking.com.

City center

From the University of Economics in Bratislava the city center is accessible by bus No. 84 or 184 (from Ekonomická univerzita to Zochova – 10 minutes) or the nearest shopping centre Eurovea by the Danube river by bus 88 (from Ekonomická univerzita to Landererova).

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