Isn't Bratislava stunning!
Really up your Instagram game by showcasing this special city!
Bratislava might not be the biggest European capital but don’t underestimate this modern metropolis. Nestled between the Carpathian mountains and the banks of the Danube, this city is not just beautiful but also very in touch with nature.
1) Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum
- Location Vodné dielo, Čunovo – Bratislava
- Admission adults €10 , children & students €5 , family ticket €20
Located on an (almost) island in the middle of the river Danube, the Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum is definitely a must-visit in Bratislava. One of the finest collections of contemporary and modern art, you don’t need to be a great art lover to appreciate the installations, not to mention they make for a great backdrop as you can see!
- Location Pažického, 811 04 Bratislava, Slovakia
The Slavin monument and burial ground, is dedicated to the brave soldiers who fell taking the city back off the occupying German Wehrmacht units. While a popular photo spot for locals and tourists, it is important to treat the location with the respect it deserves.
3) Modry Kostol
Modry Kostol, translated literally as “blue church”, is a Hungarian Secessionist Catholic church, erected in 1913, in the Hungarian art nouveau style. Its quirky and doll-like facade makes it an unusual and popular Instagram location.
4) Devin Castle
- Location Muránská 1050/10, 841 10 Devín, Slovakia
Devin castle is one of the oldest castles in Slovakia having even survived being blown up during the Napoleonic wars. Standing 212 metres at the top of a cliff, it can be a bit of a trek to reach the castle but the stunning views are 100% worth it!
- Location Panská 251/1, 811 01 Bratislava, Slovakia
This quirky little statue is easily missed if you aren’t looking, but Cumil, “Man at Work”, definitely deserves to feature on your social media. People like to debate what the sewer worker might be doing; Is he taking a break? Is he about to disappear down to work? Is he just watching passersby? What do you think?