Bordering Austria and Hungary, Bratislava is the only national capital that borders two independent countries. Euro is the official currency for Bratislava when the Slovak Republic joined the Euro-zone in 2009.
Bratislava Castle is now home to the Slovak National Museum. It is a pity that we were not allowed to take pictures inside the Castle cause the interior is absolutely stunning with utmost luxury. A must-see in Bratislava where you can find traces of Celtic, Roman and Slavic culture, the castle is an important museum and popular tourist attraction with an excellent view of the town.
Main square at " night " is definitely one of my favourite spots in Bratislava. Well, it wasn't exactly in the night as it was only about 5pm. Nonetheless, the entire mood brightens up the sleepy square when the tower clock and fountain lit up with colour-changing lighting.
Vienna: Hofburg Imperial Palace and St Stephen's Cathedral!