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Bratislava - Slovakia

This landlocked central European country is recognized for its unique castles, caves, hot springs, and architecture. Slovakia has dramatic landscape including the High Tatras, which are great for winter sports like skiing and snowboarding, and hiking. The capital, Bratislava along the Danube River is known for its pastel colored, 18th-century Old Town that is pedestrian only and has a dynamic bar and café scene. The Bratislava Castle sits atop a hill overlooking the Danube River and is home part of the Slovak National Museum. Slovakia is the literal heart of Europe and in Kermnické Bane you can find a stone that marks the geographical center of Europe next to the Church of St. John the Baptist. see more see less

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Old Town Hall (Bratislava)

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Primate's Palace

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Grassalkovich Palace (Bratislava)

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Hlavné námestie (Bratislava)

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Červený Kameň Castle

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Devin Castle

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Slovak National Theater

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Slovak Philharmonic (Bratislava)

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