Advent before Christmas is also a time for showing the “betlehem” compositions loved especially by children. You can find them not only in churches but also in public areas, like at the entrance of Primatial Palace pictured bellow.
If you are a fan of location-based games like Foursquare or Gowalla, we prepared this Bratislava competition especially for you.
Rules are easy.
Became the first mayor of Primate’s Palace venue
WIN two related audio tracks for free-audio points Primatial Square and Primate’s Palace !
Don’t be shy and shout it to our Twitter @BAudiotour or contact us directly and we will send you the download details for your prize.
(There is a free Wi-Fi network at Primatial square (Primacialne namestie) so you do not need to worry about the roaming charges)
Of course, other audio points of your Bratislava Audio Tour are now live at Foursquare as well. Check in!
In the blogpost about the movie Hostel, we discussed the piece supposedly located in Bratislava but shot in completely different location. Now we will reverse it.
Vienna, war-time Sarajevo and Manhattan (New York City) were the locations of Holywood blockbuster The Peacemaker from 1997 starring Nicole Kidman and Geroge Cloney. Interestingly enough, all were actually shot in Bratislava : Continue reading George Clooney and Nicole Kidman in Bratislava
This audio track is covering the Primatial square (Primacialne namestie). It is named after the Primate’s Palace which dominates this square. On the opposite site of the square, there is a new Town Hall. Thanks to that, there is a free wi-fi Internet access on the whole square so if you have a laptop or any Wi-Fi enabled device with you, you can sit and surf for a while.
In this audio track you will learn:
You will also hear about:
- Mirror hall where the Treaty of Pressburg (German name for Bratislava) was signed between Napoleon’s France and Austria.
- Who is killing Winter with his golden spear in the inner courtyard.
- Amazing story of unique English tapestries
- and what you can see on your way up to the Michael’s Gate.