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The Incheba Fair Hall
The city’s large fair and congress compound is situated on the right bank of the Danube River. The facility provides excellent facilities for events of various sizes, from presentations and press conferences to full-blown congresses and fairs.
The National Tennis Centre
Located in a pleasant residential neighbourhood near the Polus City shopping mall, the National Tennis Centre provides three interconnected halls that can be used for a wide range of events.
The Philharmonic Hall
The recently renovated Philharmonic Hall (also known as the Reduta) is a splendid site in the centre that retains much of its fin-de-siecle atmosphere. With its adjoining restaurant, this is a convenient and atmospheric venue for congresses and conferences.
The Primate’s Palace
The Primate’s Palace is a neo-Classical residence constructed in 1778-1781 as the winter residence of the Archbishop of Esztergom. The palace is famous for its six English tapestries and the Mirror Hall, where the Peace of Pressburg between France and Austria was signed in 1805.
The Klarisky Church
Originally constructed by the nuns of St. Clare, this Gothic church is no longer used for religious services but serves as an art gallery, concert hall and venue for special events.
Cerveny Kamen Castle
Cerveny Kamen Castle is a Renaissance fortress located some 40 kilometres from Bratislava. The castle features extensive cellars, which were once used to store wine, food, gunpowder and giant cannons. Its large halls today make a stunning venue for a night-time banquet.
The Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum
If you are looking for an ideal spot to contemplate the beauties of nature, you have to visit Danubiana. Located some 15 kilometres from Bratislava on an artificial peninsula in the Danube River, this is a prime address for modern art, architecture, and nature lovers alike.