Bratislava is a small city that has a lot to offer. It is filled with beautiful historical buildings, quaint nooks, renowned restaurants, specialty cafés and more. Make the most out of your visit to Bratislava during the 16th EAI International Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques .

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Bratislava Castle

Once the seat of kings, now a symbol of Bratislava and home to the Museum of History. It offers a wonderful view of the city and even neighbouring countries from its 47-metre-high crown tower.

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The Old Town

Step out of the SIMUtools venue and enter the picturesque Old Town of Bratislava full of spacious squares, hidden alleys and historical landmarks including St. Martin’s Cathedral, Old Town Hall, Primate’s Palace and more. The Old Town streets also offer a wide selection of restaurants, cafés and pubs.

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Blue Church

At the edge of the Church of St. Elizabeth which goes by the nickname “Blue Church” due to the remarkable blue colour of its facade. It was constructed in the Art Nouveau style, showcasing intricate details and mosaics. It is a popular location for weddings and baptisms.

Slovak National Gallery

If you are a fan of art, you cannot miss a visit to the Slovak National Gallery. You will be treated not only to intriguing art installations but also to beautiful views of the Danube River from the gallery’s iconic bridge.

Danube River

Take a stroll on a riverbank walkway, where you will be treated to beautiful sights of historical buildings, trendy floating restaurants, and breathtaking views of the fast-flowing river.

Slavín Memorial

The Slavín Memorial, towering over Bratislava’s city centre, is the largest war memorial in Central Europe thanks to its impressive height of 52 meters. It is the burial ground of 6845 soldiers of the Soviet Army who died during the liberation of Bratislava in World War II.