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Private Tour: Bratislava City Tour with Optional Devin Castle Visit
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Bratislava, Slovakia
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Reviewed today via mobile

This Soviet-era war memorial is on a hill overlooking the city of Bratislava. I believe there is an infrequent bus service, but I walked up there. The tall monument visible from the city below dominates the memorial gardens; but there are also statues evocative of...More

Thank dswatts69
Reviewed 1 week ago

I recommend visiting the Slavin Memorial. It is an interesting piece of socialist architecture. Offers nice views of Bratislava and surroundings. Now is refurbished and also has lights during night time. There are no safety examinations or fees to enter, its nice and peaceful If...More

1  Thank AndreusX
Reviewed 1 week ago

Slavín is a huge cemetery located above Bratislava. It is the only official cemetery for almost 7,000 Soviets soldiers who died during the second world war. Worth doing for the poignancy.

Thank highimpactuk
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the eastern view on the end of WW2 and far from making a westerner suspect russian bias it is amazing, breathtaking and credible. If you do more than 12 hours in Bratislava and don't get up to Slavin you have missed out.

2  Thank Rufus B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Long way straight to the top, worth it. Best view on the city (together with Kamzik and bridge SNP), especially at the sunset time.

Thank Polina I
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice walk up to and around the monument. Great views of the city and surrounding suburbs. The walk up was through a mixture of houses - old and new.

Thank damian c
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Quite a climb to get to this monument but its very much worth it. If you are in the centre of Bratislava and waiting for a train or have time to kill , this is an excellent place to go to and well worth the...More

1  Thank Omendata
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The best place in Bratislava. Wonderful viewpoint to city and close area. It is so romantic monument. For famillies, couple and friends too. Good walk. From main train station it is just 15 minutes

1  Thank Pavol K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The place itself has a nice atmosphere, you'll get a good view of the city. It would be ideal place to just sit there with great company and a bottle of wine, talk while looking at the city, the sunset etc. Unfortunately it's forbidden to...More

1  Thank Frantisek O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It's well worth visiting the very well kept Slavonic memorial and cemetery, it's very peaceful up there and you can also enjoy the great views of the city below. It's a steep walk especially in the sunshine- we opted to take the 203 bus from...More

2  Thank lawol59
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Response from MilanBardun | Reviewed this property |
Take trolleybus nr. 208 from Kollarovo square (near Obchodna Street) towards to Šulekova and exit on the last stop - Šulekova. Then just simply walk there, but I suggest you to use Google maps to navigate, since it is not... More
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