Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia. The city is located in the westernmost corner of the country, on the border with Austria and Slovakia. Surprisingly close, the city is easily accessible via two international airports, Vienna Airport (VIE, 40 min) and Bratislava Airport (BTS, 15 min). Formerly ancient capital of the Hungarian Kingdom, with painstakingly restored Old Town, the city is today a modern hub of research, education, innovation and quality execution.
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ENJOY SLOVAKIA DMC is the leading Bratislava-based Destination Management Company that ensures satisfaction to you and your customers. Our inventive, high-value projects, organized with attention to detail, are the key to our success. We maintain good relations with local quality suppliers and work with excellent hotels and other venues that provide the highest standard of service. We present a wide range of opportunities for meetings and incentive groups, centered in two major geographic hubs: the Slovak capital, Bratislava, and the Tatra Mountains.
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Flying Time: 2hours 15min direct to Vienna Airport (VIE, 40 min) and Bratislava Airport (BTS, 15 min).
Time Difference: GMT +1 hour
Visas: Not required for UK passport holders
You have probably never been to Bratislava/ Slovakia -Really − Slovakia is Europe’s best kept secret and Bratislava is an attractive and dynamic town. Though it’s a conveniently located, fast-growing destination, you will still find Bratislava/ Slovakia have not become overcrowded and commercialized, and one that still prides itself on genuine authenticity and openhearted hospitality.
It’s a compact and friendly city - Bratislava’s Old Town is extraordinarily “user friendly”. Its Central European charm, lively but laid-back atmosphere, compact size and dozens of outdoor cafés and restaurants make it an ideal destination for weekend getaways.
Bratislava's history - In more than 2,000 years of history, Bratislava came under Celtic, Roman, Germanic and Slavic rule, and for more than two centuries it was Hungary’s royal capital and coronation site. All these influences – and more – have left their mark on the modern Slovak capital. Communist rule also changed the face of the city, and today Baroque architecture rubs elbows with the sometimes jarring relics of the post-World War II Communist era.
Gastronomy - The local gastronomic tradition is a cosmopolitan blend of Slovak, Hungarian, Moravian and Viennese cuisines, and Slovak wines can be excellent. The Old Town boasts a growing number of top-quality restaurants serving international and local cuisine. In the summer, cafés bars and restaurants spill out into the streets and squares.
City of incentive tourism - Bratislava can be easily accessed via two international airports, frequent IC train connections, and the motorway. Numerous top-class hotels, gourmet restaurants and other quality suppliers guarantee the success of an incentive event organized here.