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Bratislava Jewish Heritage Tour

On our private walking Jewish Heritage tour, we'll give you a comprehensive overview of the rich Jewish History in Bratislava. We'll drive to see the Chatam Sofer memorial,- the burial site of the Chatam Sofer who was a prominent rabbi and scholar in the 18-19th century who established a famous yeshiva. It is visited by Jewish pilgrims from all around the world (the visit must be pre-booked). Afterwards, we'll continue to see the only still standing and operating Synagogue. Then, we'll walk to see the place where once a Neolog Synagogue used to stand and visit the former Jewish Quarter. While walking on Zidovska ulica / Jewish Street, we'll also mention the famous Jewish personalities they lived and worked in Bratislava (at that time Pressburg) and show you where the Great Synagogue, the yeshiva of Bratislava, Neolog and an Orthodox schools were built. Museum of Jewish Heritage and an active Orthodox Synagogue. On request we can drive you to see the Neolog cemetery or the Orthodox cemetery

Bratislava Full Day Private Tour 2024

On our lovely day trip around Bratislava, we’ll firstly drive to Devin castle, a mighty fortress standing on a cliff at the confluence of Danube and Morava rivers. We admire the stunning views of Austria from the top of the castle, get the comprehensive information about “Iron curtain” – the former border between the West and the East. We continue with Slavin War memorial and Bratislava castle visit, enjoy the views, and the baroque garden. Drive to see the Blue church and the new quarter (Eurovea mall). Time to visit our the heart of Bratislava, - the Old town, let’s have a tasty lunch, followed by a private Quality Sightseeing Walking Tour where you immerse to the history, architecture, music and present-day city life. Walk on the 18th century prominent Hviezdoslav Square with its impressive building of the Slovak National Theatre, admire gothic St. Martin’s Cathedral, once a coronation venue for 18 Habsburg’s rulers, walk through the St. Michael’s Gate, Look around the Main Square with its historical Town Hall complex and Maximillian fountain, the most beautiful Primate’s palace, former winter residence of the archbishops, discover hidden courtyards, numerous statues and fountains. Time for taking photos, having a coffee and cake break. Please note, this is tour is by car (Devin castle, Slavin memorial and Bratislava castle, Blue church and New Quarter) and on foot (Old town walking tour). We only use Mercedes Benz V class vans to guarantee the top quality and maximum comfort. A lunch can be on the boat harbored on the Danube (Danube brewery) or up in the TV tower or at any restaurant in Bratislava. We'll make a table reservation.

Bratislava Old Town Walking Tour 2024

On a 2 hour private walking tour, we'll show you the heart of Bratislava - the lovely Old town and its highlights. Immerse to the rich history, spectacular architecture, music and present-day city life. Walk on the 18th century prominent Hviezdoslav Square with its impressive building of the Slovak National Theatre, admire gothic St. Martin’s Cathedral, once a coronation venue for 18 Habsburg’s rulers, walk through the St. Michael’s Gate. Look around the Main Square with its historical Town Hall complex and Maximillian fountain, the most beautiful Primate’s palace, former winter residence of the archbishops, discover hidden courtyards, numerous statues and fountains. Walking tour only. No entries included.

Brno and Battle of Three Emperors Trip

We'll drive to the battlefield of the Battle of the Three Emperors, which was one of the most important and decisive engagements of the Napoleonic Wars. Widely regarded as the greatest victory achieved by Napoleon, the Grand Army of France annihilated a larger Russian and Austrian army led by Tsar Alexander I and Holy Roman Emperor Francis II. Austerlitz brought the War of the Third Coalition to a rapid end, with the Treaty of Pressburg signed by the exhausted Austrians later in the month. Afterwards, we'll continue to go to Brno – the 2nd largest Czech city. Lunch break and trying traditional tasty Czech meals and beers, followed by a city tour and visit of the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, standing proud on the Petrov hill. Do you know why the noon bell rings at 11o'clock? Enough free time and drive back to Bratislava. Get a comprehensive history lesson about the Czech Republic, past and present-day life. Our excellent Guide/driver will make your day trip enjoyable, lovely and memorable.

Private Trip to Lednice-Valtice UNESCO Heritage

We'll visit the spectacular Lednice and Valtice chateau complex, listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Guided tour through the chateau and enjoyable walking through the unique park full of rare tree species, romantic little buildings, fishponds and beautiful little corners. Chateau Lednice gained its ostentatious neo-Gothic appearance thanks to conversion in the middle of the 19th century. At that time, it was used for summer meetings of the European aristocracy. Tasty Czech lunch and a glass of superb Moravian wine. The other chateau – Valtice – was the spectacular residence of the Austrian and Moravian Lords of Lichtenstein. It is known not only for its beauty, but also the long tradition of winemaking. Grape vines were brought here by the Roman legion of Emperor Marcus Aurelius, who regarded the area of Pálava as suitable for cultivation of wine. Enjoy your day trip with our knowledgeable and passionate Guide-driver.

Esztergom

Only 2 hours from Bratislava lies one of the oldest Hungarian towns – Esztergom, former capital city, nicknamed as “Hungarian Rome” or “City of St. Stephen”. The Basilica of Esztergom, a masterpiece of Classicism, is the third-largest church in Europe. Established around 972 AD, Esztergom has always played an important role in Hungary’s history. It was the birth and coronation place of the first Hungarian king, St. Stephen, as well as the capital of Hungary until the 13th century. After the Mongolian invasion, King Bela IV moved the Royal Seat to Visegrad and later to Buda, giving his palace to the archbishop and making Esztergom a religious center. Visit of Basilica, followed by a short city tour and a tasty Hungarian lunch. Get a Hungarian history overview and enjoy the day trip with our excellent Guide-driver.

Pannonhalma

Today, we visit one of the oldest historical monuments in Hungary – the Benedictine Archabbey of Pannonhalma, located on the top of St. Martin hill. The abbey was founded in 996 by Prince Géza who designated this as a place for the monks to settle and then it soon became the center of the Benedictine order. Later, Hungarian king Stephen I completed the construction and donated estates and privileges to the monastery. Get the most out of your Day trip in Pannonhalma! Introduction of Hungarian history. Try tasty Hungarian Meals & Drinks Above all – have fun with our driver guide.

Day trip to Budapest

One of the greatest capital cities of the world with a wonderful setting along the two banks of the Danube, bewildering eclectic architectural heritage, and a stunning atmosphere. Budapest is full of architectural gems, atmospheric streets, it also has several pleasant parks and islands, and of course, the majestically flowing river the Danube, which cuts the city into two parts: Pest and Buda.

Hainburg and Carnuntum

Only 20 minutes from Bratislava, lies Hainburg, a little easternmost Austrian town. Admire 13century city walls with their bastions and gates. Vienna gate is the largest still existing gate in Europe. It was this town where famous Austrian composer Joseph Haydn came as a six-year-old boy to learn the rudiments of music from his relatives. To commemorate him, there is a Haydn fountain on the main square.

Wachau Valley

Less than 2hrs from Bratislava lie a World Heritage site – Wachau valley, the spectacular landscape along the Danube River, known for its wine and many renaissance little towns, historical castles, and churches. Our first stop is in the little town of Durnstein. Short walk around and climb up to the castle ruin. The views on the meandering Danube river are just stunning. Lunch break and chance to try tasty Austrian meals, desserts, and wines.

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