Private Bratislava Day Trip from Vienna

(9 Reviews)
Duration:   07h 00 min


Bratislava and Vienna are called the twin-cities because they are so close to each other. If you only have limited time but want to visit one of the former communist capitals in eastern Europe this is the right tour for you!

With a friendly English-speaking Driver you depart from your hotel in Vienna in a private minivan. Heading to the Slovakian border you traverse the countryside of Lower Austria, with its picturesque vineyards and windmills.

Upon your arrival in Bratislava you will be joined by a local expert guide who takes you on a comprehensive private city tour covering the most important sights. First you pay a visit to the newly-restored Bratislava Castle. Towering over the Danube river it is the city’s emblem and offers postcard-views of Bratislava. Next to the castle you also see the parliament of Slovakia.

Afterwards you visit the lively old town below the castle. Your guide shows you the highlights, including Michael’s Gate, the Slovak national theatre, the Academia Istropolitana, the old Town Hall and of course the cathedral of St. Martin. You also see the baroque Palffy palace, where Mozart performed at the age of six, as well as the de Pauli’s palace. Franz Liszt gave his break-through concert there when he was only nine years old.

After the walking tour spend a couple of hours in the old town, for lunch and shopping. In the early afternoon your driver will take you to Vienna and back to your hotel.

Enjoy the exclusive service and the personal atmosphere of this private tour: Your knowledgeable guide is ready to respond to (almost) your every request and requirement.


  • Pick-up: 9:30am
  • Duration: 7 hours


  • Pick-up from your hotel in Vienna
  • Transfer by private minivan or limousine
  • Friendly English-speaking Driver
  • Local expert guide in Bratislava (2,5 hours)
  • Return to your hotel in Vienna


  • Food and Drinks
  • Entrance fees


  • You can cancel your tour free of charge up to 24 hours before tour start. No refund for later cancellations or no-show.
Tour Itinerary


Hotel Pick-up
Tour start - Transfer to Bratislava
Private City Tour of Bratislava with local expert guide - ca. 2,5 hours
Free time in Bratislava for lunch & shopping - ca. 2 hours
Departure for Vienna
ca. 4:30pm
Arrival in Vienna
Hotel Drop-off
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Reviews (9)

Reviewed November 10, 2023

Exceptional. Great driver. Savvy and friendly local guide. Listen to their recommendations for restaurants!

Date of the tour November, 2023
Reviewed October 18, 2019
Private Half-Day Trip to Bratislava from Vienna
We thoroughly enjoyed our half day tour of Bratislava. Our driver was prompt and courteous, and our guide was extremely knowledgeable about the very complicated history of this fascinating city. I think it is no exaggeration to say that spending time in Slovakia was one of the highlights of our trip to Austria.

Date of the tour October, 2019
Reviewed November 10, 2018
Great half day trip to Bratislava
Nice and neat! Our driver Mr. Feli was full of smiles and a wonderful driver. The half day trip for Bratislava was just nice, bear in mind that there is less to see compared to Vienna so 6 hours including travel time is okay. Our local guide Robert who joined us once we reached Bratislava was good too, he shared with us the colorful history of the country and walked us around the city covering major landmarks. All in all it was good to make this trip, now we haven’t another country under our belt!

Date of the tour October, 2018

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