Pavel Šoral

Bratislava

Spotter since 2021

My spots (21)

Blumental Church – A taste of hidden history

"Blumenthal Church" in Bratislava is a marvel to look at - but it's also surrounded by an array of my favourite places to hang out in the city...

arts&culture
Art & culture

By

Pavel

Šoral

Čitáreň U červeného Raka – A reading venue

"Čitáreň U červeného Raka" is a garden dedicated to reading & the literary arts below Michael's Bridge, was once part of Bratislava's fortifications!

arts&culture
Art & culture

By

Pavel

Šoral

Holy Trinity Church – A baroque splendor

"Holy Trinity Church" in Bratislava was built in the18th century. It has an atypical style & is kept in spotless condition, But wait till you go inside...

arts&culture
Art & culture

By

Pavel

Šoral

Danubiana – The isle of art

"Danubiana" in Bratislava is an island on the Danube dedicated to all visual art. Best of all, it's surrounded by nature, making it even more special.

arts&culture
Art & culture

By

Pavel

Šoral

Biela Street – Narrow street of white houses

"Biela Street" in Bratislava is a nice narrow street lined with white houses that connects two busy spots. However, most tourists completely miss it!

arts&culture
Art & culture

By

Pavel

Šoral

Museum of Jewish Culture – Multiethnic past

The "Museum of Jewish Culture" in Bratislava offers a sneak peek into our city's multicultural past and once-strong Jewish community...

arts&culture
Art & culture

By

Pavel

Šoral

Next Apache – Books, drinks and more books

Next Apache might easily be the place in Bratislava with the most books to have a beer in! Once you discover it, you'll wish you'd known it sooner...

bars
Bars

By

Pavel

Šoral

Park Svoradova – A peaceful haven in the city

"Park Svoradova" in Bratislava is pure serenity. Narrow trails, benches, greenery... but it also has an underground artistic side, as well!

relaxing
Relaxing

By

Pavel

Šoral

About me

About me"
I am a law student whose interests are centered around literature, music and most of all exploring new amazing places in the historical centres of European cities. Most of the time, I indulge in quite reclusive activities, for example attempting to write a fantasy novel. Otherwise, I'm easy-going and willing to get to know cool new people.

Why Bratislava
I love Bratislava for what it is: a rather small but wholesome city on the Danube river, cozy and homey, always ready to welcome anyone interested, no matter where you've come from. Everything huddled within walking distance, you can enjoy nice, effortless walks around charming streets while discovering amazing spots for local craft beers or a glass of local wine. It's hearty, welcoming and located perfectly on the border with Austria and Hungary.

Where to find me

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