Thanks to our wide network of professionals, we are able to offer you this interpreting service in a large number of languages.
Our interpreters are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.
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Bratislava is the capital of and most important city in Slovakia. It became the capital in 1993, when Czechoslovakia was divided and the Republic of Slovakia was formed. Bratislava is the political, cultural and educational centre of the country.
Located on the river Danube in the West of the country, just 60 km away from Vienna and very near the Hungarian border, the city’s location has in part contributed to the fact that it was first controlled by the Hungarian Empire, then by the Roman Empire and finally by the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Currently not a very big city, Bratislava is formed of small streets, contains several churches and is dominated by a castle on the hill overlooking the city, which, despite not being the only castle in Bratislava, is the most well-known. The old town mainly consists of two squares: Hlavne namestie and Hviezdoslavovo namestie, while the modern part of the city is characterised by its Communist influence, with the biggest complex of concrete housing in central Europe.
What is there to do in Bratislava?
– If you like castles, then Bratislava is the place for you. The most famous is the hillside Bratislava Castle, which, though encircled by a wall, has become a symbol of the city. Other beautiful castles around Bratislava include Devin Castle, Pajstan Castle and Cerveny Kamen Castle, among others.
– Other sites of interest are Grassalkovich Palace, a Rococo-style palace and the current home of the Slovakian President, and the Slavin memorial, a monument to the Soviet soldiers lost in the Second World War, which provides magnificent views of the city.
– If you’re a food lover and interested in trying Slovakian cuisine, you’ll find typical dishes such as “lokše” (flour and potato omelettes), or “kapustnica” (a thick cabbage soup with pork and sausages) in restaurants throughout the old town.
– If you want to take advantage of the nightlife in Bratislava, go to one of the city’s many clubs. Or perhaps just take a walk through the light-filled city or by the edge of the Danube.