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Walking back to my hotel, I passed by the back area of this church. There is a big statue in front of this area plus some paintings on the walls.
i learned that it was the St. Martin's Cathedral! It was dark inside, said my...More
Walked past many times admiring the architecture then one time we found it open to visitors.
It's even more impressive inside, stained glass windows are amazing with the sunlight on them. Well worth a visit if it's open.
St. Martin´s Cathedral is one of the largest gothic cathedral in Slovakia. Maximilián II. was the first monarch that was crowned in St. Martin´s cathedral but the most famous was empress Maria Theresia that was crowned in 1741. Cathedral is situated near the main road,...More
St. Martin's Cathedral is a very nice church at the border of old town Bratislava, and directly opposite the Castle. When I visited, it was open, but only part of it could be visited since there was some celebration due to start. It is also...More
Usualy, when I am visiting old churches and cathedrals I feel something, with this one I am missing that feeling.
Anyway architecture of this cathedral is amazing. I love view from Bratislava castle on the tower with crown on the top. Many years ago I...More
There just last week.From the cathedral walk towards the Danube parallel with the city wall and when you get to the fountain outside Moods coffee shop ( which we'd highly recommend) take a right under the bridge at the head... More
There just last week.From the cathedral walk towards the Danube parallel with the city wall and when you get to the fountain outside Moods coffee shop ( which we'd highly recommend) take a right under the bridge at the head of the MOST bus station.We can't remember if we had to cross a further road but if so there must have been a crossing as don't remember any problem. Then head right up a cobbled street between a slim building on your right and museum on the left ....this will take you up to the castle. Only about 15 to 20 minute walk.We also recommend the restaurant at the castle, the spiced hot pear drink was delicious! Enjoy your trip.