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Bratislava is becoming more and more popular with tourists. The result is that the tiny historical center is flooded with them. The following photos were taken last Saturday afternoon when the shops were closed. That’s why Slovaks had almost vanished from the city! It was a pity because young Slovak men and women are IMO the sexiest in Central Europe, a real delight to the eyes!

































































The famous (tasteless IMO) bronze statues:









Here is the city’s riverfront. IMO they could have made a much better use of their proximity to the Danube!















This is Obchodna str., where locals go shopping. Here you can also find kebabs, a food that seems to be banned in the historical center!







Here are some photos from the route between the railway station and the center. For a first time visitor it is a bit difficult to figure out which tram to take, so it is more convenient to walk! Unfortunately the city is too small for a subway!















 

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This street look like in 10 000 city. Bratislava IMO is one of the least interesting capitals in Europe. Generally in Slovakia you cannot find any real city... :(
 

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nastyathenian - thx for presentation

This street look like in 10 000 city. Bratislava IMO is one of the least interesting capitals in Europe.:(
Thats why Bratislava "getting increasingly touristy" :lol: :lol:.


Generally in Slovakia you cannot find any real city... (
Generally in Slovakia you can find real and historic towns :cheers:
 

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Thats why Bratislava "getting increasingly touristy" :lol: :lol:.
But increase can have different starts. Increase is when city in 2006 was visited by 10 000 people and now 20 000 peoples wisit it, and increase is when in 2006 city was visited by 2 000 000 peoples and now 3 000 000 peoples wisit it :) And have you got any numbers?? I can also say "Kraków most visited city in the World" :)




Generally in Slovakia you can find real and historic towns :cheers:
Yes, towns ok, and most of them are lovely (eg. Levoca or Presov), but any big or even middle big city you cannot find :)
 

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This street look like in 10 000 city. Bratislava IMO is one of the least interesting capitals in Europe. Generally in Slovakia you cannot find any real city... :(
It doesn't look uninteresting to me. But it doesn't even come anywhere close to Amsterdam's interestingliness...
 
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