Bratislava is a wonderful ancient city where you can endlessly explore hundreds of historical landmarks, as well as visit a lot of unique places. If you have long dreamed of strolling through unusual places, making beautiful pictures of historic houses and watching the ghosts - you've come to the right place!
Do not want to take part in guided tours and jostle among inexperienced tourists? Go for a walk along Beblaveho Street ( ulica Beblaveho ) alone! It is one of the steepest streets in the city, so it is advisable to wear the most comfortable shoes you have for this walk. About 50 years ago, there was a red light district here, but today the street has nothing is reminiscent of the old times. Beblaveho is an ideal place for walking in a peaceful atmosphere and one of the best locations to make excellent panoramic pictures of the New Bridge and the Danube.
Do you like walking? If yes, be sure to find the narrowest street in Bratislava - Bastova Street ( Bastova ulica ). The street passes next to St. Michael's Tower and at the narrowest point its width reaches two meters. If you spread your hands in this place, you can touch houses on both sides of the street. It's quite easy to recognize the narrowest part of the street, as it is crowned by three ancient arches - the overlapping walls of historic buildings.