Kingdom of Goose
The Bratislava Self-Governing Region and Bratislava Region Tourism are glad to invite you to visit the picturesque municipality of Slovenský Grob which will become... read more »
The Best of the Bratislava Region
Even if not mentioned in the Guinness World Records, these features have become unique for all who are familiar with the Best of Bratislava. Accept our invitation... read more »
The treasures of the Region almost all revealed!
From today on another 30 locations with a treasure. Hundreds of players who get to know the Region actively have already joined the popular game Discovering the... read more »
The dwarfs will end the game in only 3 weeks!
The discovering of the treasures is about to end. You can still join the game Revealing the treasures of Bratislava Region and get to know our Region in a stylish... read more »
Bratislava Region at WTM London
We present the offer of our Region from the 7th to 9th of November at world travel market WTM London 2016. The number of our stand is EU540.World Travel Market London... read more »
Discover and win!
Do you know where is the first block of flats in Bratislava or the Scheidlin´s garden? If not then join the competition Discovering the treasures in Bratislava... read more »

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Bratislava The history of Bratislava spans more than two millennia. From 1291 a free royal town, for 300 years it was honoured as the coronation town of the “Hungarian” kings.
Small Carpathians The Small Carpathians wine region is the most extensive of the six wine regions in Slovakia. Vines have been grown on the south-facing slopes of the Small Carpathian Mountains for two millennia. Green Veltliner, Silvaner, Riesling, White Ruland and Müller-Thurgau predominate among the white varieties and Frankovka Blue, Svätovavrinecké and Cabernet Sauvignon among the reds.
Záhorie Extensive pine woods, meadows rich in flowers, sand dunes, natural lakes with sandy shores, and river terraces formed over the ages by the Morava make up the varied relief of the Záhorie region. The first protected lowland in Slovakia is to be found in this region.
Danube Lowlands The Danube, Europe’s second longest river, dominates the Danube lowland with its vast fertile Danube floodplain. The Danube and its tributaries have created an intricate network of branches, extensive marshes and gravel-ponds. Almost 40 minerals have been found in the Danube sands and gravels and even gold was panned for until recently.