Foreigners: Top 10 events in Bratislava

Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between November 8 and November 17, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year.

Glen HansardGlen Hansard (Source: Vladimír Šimíček/Sme)

The tips are prepared in cooperation withEventland. Download the app and see what's going on around you wherever you are (Android,iOS).

Top 10
EVENT: Month of photography; Starts: whole November
EVENT: Travel festival; Starts: Nov 8-10
BOOKS: Bibliotheka 2019; Starts: Nov 7-10
EVENT: Russian circus on ice; Starts: Nov 9, 16:00
EVENT: Festival of Freedom 2019; Starts: Nov 11-17
EVENT: Mini Maker Faire; Starts: Nov 15, 9:30
EVENT: 3D EXPO Bratislava 2019; Starts: Nov 15-16
EVENT: Lantern night; Starts: Nov 16, 16:00
EVENT: Festival of sausages; Starts: Nov 16, 10:00
CONCERT: Glen Hansard; Starts: Nov 17, 20:00

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