Top things to do in Bratislava this weekend



Online travel lectures, exhibitions, coffee market, music performances, tastings - once again we bring you a selection of the most interesting things Bratislava has to offer in the near future. Have fun, we are sure you will find something for yourself!
1. Online Travelling Seminars
2. Danubiana Exhibitions
3. Coffee Market 7
4. Gatto Matto
5. Fragile Queen
6. Wine Tasting
7. Peter Dvorský 70
8. Fjúžn Bratislava
9. White Night 2021
10. City Trails Bratislava


1. Online Travelling Seminars

This time you will travel for example to Uzbekistan, a country full of a thousand and one experiences. For example, did you know that Avicenna, the founder of modern medicine, came from Uzbekistan? Have you seen the miles of cotton fields? Have you tasted roasted apricot kernels? How about local street food? This country is like a vast palette of colours just waiting to be discovered by you.


2. Danubiana Exhibitions

Danubiana as a space of (not only) modern art always has something to offer. This time we are bringing to your attention the exhibition Silk Dream. An exhibition of a prominent author of graphic design and book illustrations. She is the recipient of several awards and nominations. Her work is strongly influenced by old Japanese culture. Complicated and yet so simply beautiful - this particular exhibition is proof that books would miss out a lot without illustrations, no matter how good the reader's imagination is.


3. Bratislava Coffee Market

Something for coffee lovers - the Fresh Market will be abuzz with freshly roasted coffee from Slovak roasters and the coffee machines will be running full blast so you can enjoy a great espresso or cappuccino. In addition, you will also learn about alternative ways of preparing coffee and about different forms of this bitter drink - desserts, spreads, beer or chocolates.


4. Gatto Matto

Gatto Matto is the perfect place for all lovers of Italian cuisine. The romantic setting has been updated with a bar area and you'll be delighted by the drink menu full of drinks created in collaboration with Campari (including their non-alcoholic version). The Italian specialities on offer are designed to appeal to vegetarians and vegans, and for the more curious there will be a board with the chef's novelties - but doesn't that sound like a recipe for a great gastronomic experience? We recommend the tomato soup and spinach ravioli with sage sauce. Yummy.


5. Fragile Queen (concert)

We continue with that Queen vibe - FRAGILE in cooperation with Viva Musica! brings you a fantastic musical project - Fragile Queen. In an unconventional performance you will hear the timeless hits of Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody, The Show Must Go On, We Will Rock You, Bicycle Race and many more.


6. Wine tasting

Do you like good wine? We recommend wine tasting at The Taste, because there you will find the widest range of both Slovak and world wines and of course delicacies to make your evening complete.


7. Peter Dvorský 70 concert

The world opera legend is celebrating a significant life milestone. His gala concert, organized by the Slovak National Theatre Opera, is going to be attended by world opera stars such as Piotr Beczała, Jorge de León, Pavol Bršlík, Adriana Kučerová, Miroslav Dvorský, Petr Nekoranec and other soloists and guests of the Slovak National Theatre Opera. The programme will also be accompanied by recordings of Peter Dvorský's performances. You are guaranteed a beautiful experience!


8. Fjúžn Bratislava 2021

Life is colourful and so is this event - apart from the film screening, you can look forward to a varied mix of more than 20 events in different venues and formats. From concerts and discussions to exhibitions, theatre performances and community events that will bring you closer to the worlds and lives of people with roots in various countries around the world, but with a home in Slovakia.


9. White Night 2021

A nationally known event (not only) for lovers of modern art - the night will be brightened by beautiful works of art and this time for a longer period than usual. You have two weeks to see everything - without crowds and at your own pace. What's more, most of the works are installed in open public spaces, accessible for the duration of the event and free of charge - so there's nothing stopping you from enjoying the art to its fullest.


10. City Trails Bratislava

Finally, here are some ideas for hiking and camping trips - you can combine hiking with a visit to an abandoned missile base, wading through the Danube, or you can find tips on where to camp right next to historic water mills. Bratislava and the surrounding area offers many excursions into nature and its unique corners.

Main Photo: @michaelatlapova

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