Bratislava estimates the COVID-19-related drop in its budget at €40 million this year.
The police have launched an investigation.
More public transport vehicles in the streets mean better protection of passengers.
Plans to launch city-wide parking policy in Bratislava from start of 2021 remain unchanged.
Pálffy Palace provides an overview of the city's many architectural phases.
Personal on-site inspections were replaced by a video and 3D virtual tour.
The gate currently houses the Museum of Weapons and Town Fortification.
Safety measures still apply when visiting recreational compounds.
Second shift to be added in mid-May as production gradually resumes.
People can support children suffering from cancer with their contribution via text message.
This historic building now houses the Bratislava City Gallery.
E-scooters may be an alternative to the city's public transport.
Find peace of mind in the oldest religious building in Bratislava's Old Town.
Transport companies respond to the changed usage of public transport due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic.