Bratislava is also a city of music. Plus: galleries and museums.

Pure culture in the “Beauty on the Danube” 


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    The National Theatre

    Of course the historical theatre - the opera house by the famous Viennese architects Fellner and Helmer with the Ganymed fountain in front of it - is the first thing to catch the eye; the modern version is a little further away. The programme is extremely broad and can easily compete with Vienna. A Fellner and Helmer building can be recognised at a glance all over the world: the stars amongst the architects of the time built all the important theatres and opera houses in Central Europe. Plus the hippest “grand hotels” of the Belle Epoque.

    ©Angelika Mandler-Saul
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    Gallery Nedbelka

    The Gallery of Slovakian Modern Art - this gallery in Bratislava has an air of a Guggenheim Museum. What an interior! From outside the gallery appears almost inconspicuous with its classicist façade - but inside modern architecture dominates with a touch of the NYC Guggenheim Museum.

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    City Gallery in Palais Pálffy

    The illusion of an infinite expanse filled only with books: this is what the “Passage” installation in the city gallery in the historic Palais Pálffy in the historic heart of the city conveys. Internationally acclaimed!


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