Ambassador Henk Cor van der Kwast cycles with Slovakia's mayors and loves the Slovak capital for its rich music history.
The protest took place at a time when assemblies with more than six people are banned.
Some applaud the idea of making the place safer and quieter, others complain that it is now less accessible.
Residential parking is marked on almost half of Old Town’s streets.
2020 is specific for Danube river cruises due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The popular annual event takes place on an untraditional autumn date.
If there are Christmas markets in Bratislava, they will be limited
Rudolf Kusý could spend up to 12 years in prison.
UK Ambassador Nigel Baker reminisces about the nineties in Bratislava.
The city council is negotiating with the current owner of the pharmacy’s precious furniture about its return to Bratislava.
Reconstruction of the boulevard at Nivy and the tram track to Karlova Ves are almost complete.
Alternative city guides developed by Slovak-Dutch team are a hit across Europe.
Bratislava Mayor Matúš Vallo promises to plant 10,000 trees during his term.
The connection will be operated by the Slovak ZSSK and the Austrian ÖBB.
This year’s fjúžn festival is all about exploring the world we have at home.
Car transport is used the most, but its share is lower than in the rest of the EU.
A group of friends has revitalised the Tále vineyard in Bratislava's Rača.