Bratislava city guide

Bratislava became the Slovakian capital in 1993, following its separation from Czechoslovakia. They joined the EU 11 years later and quickly became one of the most prosperous European countries. First signs of a settlement are from 2nd century AD and of course it were the Romans. Afterwards the Slavs hanged out for a while and Magyars took over for almost a millennium. This former military fortress town had less than 6000 citizens, back in the 14th century when the city's first university was established. It grew exponentially and is now home to around 450 000, which is still small compared to the rest of European capitals. It is a charming city, especially for people that enjoy exploring museums and taking in rich church interiors and religious art. Most of the sights are located around...
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