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Bratislava Airport is the main international airport for Slovakia, and a major hub for Ryanair. As always, Europcar has facilities on site to help with any car hire needs. Our fleet of comfortable, modern and well-equipped vehicles is ready to respond to any demands for space, seats or budgets, and helpful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover are there to make sure your journey can continue out from Bratislava Airport safe in the knowledge that all your transport issues have been handled by our first class customer service team.
Bratislava Airport, otherwise known as M. R. Stefanik Airport after General Milan Rastislav Stefanik since 1993, lies just six miles from the city centre of Bratislava. It flies about 1.5 million passengers every year to locations in Europe like Prague, Brussels, Rome Majorca and Malaga, destinations in the UK such as London-Luton, Liverpool, Birmingham and Edinburgh, as well as further afield like Dubai and Moscow. Vienna in Austria, Brno of the Czech Republic and Gyor in Hungary are all within an hour's drive, which gives Bratislava Airport a catchment area and clientele consisting of four different European countries. Vienna International Airport is also roughly 30 miles away. The nearby city of Bratislava is the cultural heart of the surrounding nation.
The City of Bratislava - The Slovak capital city is host to a population of half a million people, and bestrides the River Danube as well as occupying the left bank of the River Morava. Bratislava is the only national capital city to border two other independent nations. The city is the cultural and economics centre of Slovakia, as well as the seat of the Parliament and President. Most of Slovakia's major businesses and institutions have headquarters in Bratislava, along with several museums, theatres and universities. Bratislava Castle, an important strategic site that has been fortified since the Bronze Age, towers 280 feet above the Danube, while Devin Castle occupies its own strategic place above the Morava. Bratislava also includes 110 square miles of various parks and lakes within the city limits, thick with oak and hornbeam trees and teeming with European badgers, roe deer, red foxes and wild boar. The city is also well-known for its entertaining and noisy nightlife, with frequent and busy bars, clubs and pubs all over, where food and drink is often comparably cheaper than in Western Europe.
Outdoor activities - The region around Bratislava is the smallest in Slovakia, but there is still plenty to do. Sennec Aquapark offers toboggans, swimming, saunas and a wellness centre, while nearby Velky Drazdiak, Zlate piesky and Slnecne lakes are great for summer swimming and sun-lounging. The Little Carpathian mountians, particularly Devinska kobyla are very popular among hikers and walkers.