Vitajte na Slovensko

By Hand On The Hip - 3/24/2017


Oh well, I just realized I had one last country to cover in my Euro Trip Series. We last spoke about how awesome it was back in Budapest. So from Budapest, we took a bus to Bratislava, Slovakia. Until 1993, Czech Republic and Slovakia was one sovereign state known as Czechoslovakia. Against the wishes of most of the citizens, they split due to differences in political and economic reasons.

Anyway, we reached Bratislava and walked from the bus stop to the hostel to save money, which was a huge mistake because Uber would have cost us only 10-20 Euros. By the time we got to our hostel, our backs and feet were destroyed. We were quite exhausted anyway. So we decided to take rest for a bit. We got really cute bunk beds in our room at Hostel Brickyard for hardly 14 Euros a night and since we felt like chilling indoors, we got a kitchen to ourselves where we cooked and had some quiet time.

However we went for a stroll, walked towards old town and landed in this beautiful restaurant called Fabrika. We had some amazing steaks and ribs (well, not me, I'm vegetarian, so I had cheese sandwich :D), some beer and got home early that night.

The following morning we walked through most of Slovakia's old town, chilled by the Grassalkovich palace, shopped for some souvenirs, has some Tiramisu at this super cute cafe and hopped on to the bus that took us back to Prague for our last night in Europe :( We must have hardly spend 30 Euros in Slovakia.

Well, that's all folks. I hope to do this again. My entire trip cost me less 1L INR. And of course, I has some great company! I wish I could go back in time and do it all over again!


Hand On The Hip

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