"There is a charm about forbidden that makes it unspeakably desirable..."
Majestic churches, charming burgher houses and elegant palaces, tiny squares and romantic little streets, and towering over all this, the stately Castle, visible from afar.
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After the 1993 "Velvet Divorce" which split the old country of Czechoslovakia into the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the Slovaks initially fell behind in the economic race, and the country became known as a corrupt and backward nation. However, after reforms in 1998 it began to catch up at breakneck speed, and is now one of the 'economic tigers' of Central Europe.
Modern Slovakia has a booming property market (real estate is now more expensive in Bratislava than in nearby Vienna), many high-tech factories, and the country has been part of the Eurozone since 2009 (which the locals love to complain about, as prices of goods have skyrocketed since they joined).
It is true that Bratislava is full of brothels, so a logical question is how a brothel can exist in a country where activities connected with prostitution are illegal. The answer is quite ingenious: owners of brothels do not get a cut from the girl's earnings, they only "rent a room" to a lady to provide her services.
There are some very high quality independent escorts from Slovakia, but they advertise their services as being for Vienna and Budapest, and are rather reluctant to meet clients in Slovakia, particularly in the capital Bratislava.
Escorts in Bratislava
WORLD OF PASSION
You can find everything here, but on a small scale. Its human dimensions, friendly atmosphere, musical traditions, irresistible charm, relaxed tempo and its pedestrian centre make this town a well kept secret among people who are looking for something genuine and pleasant.
Unique Passionate Moments
Bratislava is a party town, a "Disneyland for Adults", particularly at weekends, when the city is filled with partying Westerners. The compact Old Town has many good bars and restaurants, and lots of beautiful women who are very friendly and speak good English.
Riecna 4 | Old Town 81102 Bratislava
Sheraton 5* Luxury
Arcadia Boutique in the Old Town
Frantiskanska 3 | Old Town 81101 Bratislava
Marrols Boutique Hotel
Tobrucka 4 | Old Town 81102 Bratislava
Zamocka 36 | 81102 Bratislava | +421 905 218 569
An excellent restaurant. Quite small, with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Food is delicious and should definitely be tasted! It's all local cuisine (along with great local wines) but not too heavy or fatty, which is excellent.
Zelena 4 | Bratislava | +421 944 044 048
Green Buddha restaurant got its name from the color of the historic building in which it is located, therefore “Green”. It is also the color of nature, comfortable and harmonious – what are the feelings that we would like ” to serve.”
Hviezdoslavovo Námestie 7 | 881 02 Bratislava | +421 948 109 400
From the Hviezdoslav Square (Hviezdoslavovo námestie) you will come in a modern restaurant with a bar, which is an interesting combination of modern design and retro elements. A significant element of the interior represents a stage with a grand piano, where in the evening a guest who takes pleasure in playing or a pianist plays piano.The place is complemented by living herbs and plants on the tables and by a large lemon tree, which gave the name to the facility.
Altrivio Central | Metodova 6 | 821 08 Bratislava | +421 2/20 86 46 00
What once was the abandoned ruin of a public swimming complex has now become the most modern shopping centre in the city. The new Central complex is alive and carries with it a bit of the nostalgia of the one-time fame enjoyed by the pool complex of the same name in a period not so long ago. Quality gastronomy is an unmistakably important part of every modern shopping centre. The Bencik Culinary Group chose this centre as the perfect location to open its newest Italian restaurant – Al Trivio, which roughly translates to the "crossroads of three roads". This symbolically ties together the unique position enjoyed by Central, directly in the heart of Bratislava.
Massimo Ristorante | Dvorakovo nabrezie 4 | 811 02 Bratislava | +421 905 119 381
A very good Italian restaurant with perfect atmosphere and simply amazing food. The staff is professional and speaks good English. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who likes great Italian food. Not exactly cheap, though...
Restaurant Houdini | Tobrucka9653/4 | 811 02 Bratislava | +421 2/577 846 00
The quality and freshness of the basic ingredients, the respect for the best of the Slovak cuisine tradition and a high level of taste and visual innovation remain the fundamental principles.The culinary delight of guests can be crowned by bottles of delicious wines from the best Slovak and foreign wine producers selected under the supervision of our acknowledged sommelier.In addition to excellent cuisine, this restaurant also features unusual elegance, intimacy and professional service. It all belongs to the art of life, the art of dining.
Sky Bar | Hviezdoslavovo namestie 7 | Bratislava | +421 2 / 5441 1244
Located next to the American Embassy in the Old Town, this superb venue offers three different drinking experiences in one building. The Lemon Tree Bar on the ground floor is a New York Style cocktail bar with a rather confusing statue of a sexy woman waiting to be served - many drunken men have probably tried chatting her up at some point. In the basement, you'll find the intimate Rum Club, however the real highlight is up the lift to the seventh and eighth floors. The Sky Vodka bar offers excellent World Class Competition standard cocktails, over 70 different vodkas - including brilliant tasting flights - and a superb wine list, not to mention the amazing view of St. Martin's Cathedral, Bratislava Castle, Most SNP bridge and the Danube. A smoking terrace and rooftop bar are the perfect place to hang out on warm nights. Attracting a more sophisticated crowd and a particularly high percentage of good looking girls, this is the place to be seen.
Ufo | Most SNP | Bratislava | +421 2/6252 0300
The iconic symbol of Bratislava, the alien spaceship like building on the MOST Bridge is home to this top class but expensive restaurant and cocktail bar, 95 meters above the Danube with a beautiful panorama of the capital. The atmosphere can be more formal with a pre-dining vibe than other places in town, however from a tourist or a cocktail connoisseur's point of view, it should be one of the first places you need to tick off. Sitting at the round bar, you will find the original statue that used to stand outside the influential and much-missed Paparazzi bar - from the same team and where some of the best bartenders in the world started their career, including Marian Beke (Nightjar London) and Stanislav Vadrna (Nikka Whisky). During the summer, a beach bar can also be found by the riverside below with DJs adding to the vibe.