- [23.12.2013] Bratislava Christmas Markets
22 November – 23 December 2013 daily from 10:00 to 22:00
As always, this year the Christmas atmosphere will enter our capital city with everything
that goes with it. On 22 November, the lighting-up of the Christmas trees on Main Square
(Hlavné námestie) and Hviezdoslav Square (Hviezdoslavovo námestie) will announce
the start of the Bratislava Christmas Markets!
- [18.12.2013] Gallery Nedbalka: Painting 2013
15.11. – 18.12. 2013
Exhibition of works by finalists of the contest Painting – VÚB
Foundation Prize for Painting Works by Young Artists.
- [15.12.2013] Events in Bratislava, December 9 - December 15, 2013
Enjoy your time in Bratislava with our weekly event guide!
City festivals, sports, concerts and much more...
- [13.12.2013] Medieval Christmas Marks
from December 13 to 15 on the City Walls, nearby St. Martin´s Dome.
- [10.12.2013] Kingly Feast at the Divoká Voda
Get ready for the oncoming cold months by indulging
in nutritious and filling food! The Divoká Voda resort
prepared for you a three-course menu of the top-quality
game meat, not forgetting at your comfort either.
- [10.12.2013] Visit retro Shop in a museum
A unique shop in the historical centre. It is furnished with authentic
furniture and decorated with advertising signs in the style of shops
of old Pressburg from the deposits of the Museum of Shopping.
- [10.12.2013] City Gallery of Bratislava: SYNERGY of glass
October 28, 2013 – January 12, 2014
The exhibition presents glass pieces of art by Mr. and Mrs. Pál, two
authors being a married couple too. In their work, they use different
approaches: the technology of molten sculptures with deliberately
disturbed shape preciseness in contrast to the constructivism of
3D fractal geometry.
- [9.12.2013] Reclaiming a Lost City
A new project renders the memory of Bratislava’s Jewish quarter indelible.
An imaginative new initiative in the small but perfectly formed capital of The
Slovak Republic aims to evoke the city’s historic Jewish heritage.
- [2.12.2013] Velvet Revolution museum opens in Bratislava
THE 1989 revolution that toppled the communist regime in the former
Czechoslovakia and brought freedom and democracy to the two
countries that emerged after it split, the Czech Republic and Slovakia,
is traditionally commemorated on November 17, when the first protests
against the regime started.
- [30.11.2013] NOVEMBER – Month of Photography
In November, the galleries and museums of Bratislava
are connected by a single medium, namely PHOTOGRAPHY.
The 23rd Month of Photography brings again a number of
individual and collective exhibitions of pictures by authors
from all over the world.