Which of Bratislava's galleries is the best?

This week’s Spectacular Slovakia episode will be about visits to the best art galleries in Bratislava.

To get to Danubiana, outside Bratislava, tourists must get on the bus at the stop behind the Slovak National Theatre new building. To get to Danubiana, outside Bratislava, tourists must get on the bus at the stop behind the Slovak National Theatre new building. (Source: The Slovak Spectator)

Bratislava dazzles both locals and tourists with about 30 different art galleries.

Paintings may be interesting, but not to all. Hence, we will walk you through the five best art galleries in Slovakia’s capital, all of which offer much more than paintings on the wall.

We will introduce you to Professor Hamster and take you to a beautiful library within an art gallery. Afterwards, we will go back, more or less, to our childhood in one of Bratislava's galleries. Plus, we will tell you where you can learn how to make traditional crafts in Bratislava.

But most importantly, we will take you to the place where you can meet Michael Jackson, Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Theresa and many more icons - all in one place.

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