Both sides of Danube were very scenic and I took lots of photographs...It was April and the weather was nice...
Instants from the City
Spring flowers at "Hviezdoslavovo námestie"
Bratislava Castle view from Danube
Van Gogh reproductions on windows
Cumil statue; Man at work in the street he does not seem to work - Rybarska Brana
Old houses near the Castle
Old Town Tour
Time to drink...
Castle view from town
Castle view from Danube
Lighthouse below the Castle
House overgrown with ivy
Once behind the Iron Curtain in the East!
"Now full trot in the West..."
It is a booming Slovak capital... Alongside the old city there were a lot of tall buildings..Once hosted Bratislava Summit between USA and Russia...
In Vienna, Early in the morning embarked on the quay a Twin City Liner ferry was waiting for us. It was really a scenic journey. The sky was clear and the weather was bright and sunny early in an April day. We sat in the cabin but mostly our journey went on outdoor seats on sun deck. It took 75 minutes from Vienna to Bratislava.
Joyful on board
With the speed of 60 km against the wind on the rear of the boat... It is the picture of joy I think...
Half fear? with some happiness?...they shoudn't hear this...
Towards Hviezdoslavovo námestie, walking with the yellow tulips...
The New Bridge on the Back...
Hviezdoslavovo námestie (Hviezdoslav Square) in Bratislava, Slovakia.
is one of the best-known squares in Bratislava. It is located in the Old Town, between the New Bridge and the Slovak National Theatre. The square is named after Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav.