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Datasheet Bratislava + Trnava, Slovakia
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RE: Datasheet Bratislava + Trnava, Slovakia
Any updated info on Bratislava?
01-05-2016 02:09 PM
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01-05-2016 02:29 PM
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RE: Datasheet Bratislava + Trnava, Slovakia
Hey Guys, so I used to live here from 2014-2016 and since I didn't see any up-to-date info on Bratislava, thought I would drop my 2 cents. I was last there last year, so take my info with the knowledge it might be a bit outdated - but since there is so little data out there on what I believe to be (for some) a great city, I think it's worth revving the thread.

Anyhow, Bratislava is a place you either hate or love. On one hand, it is peaceful, quite, and quite affordable. On the other hand, it is peaceful, quite and... well you'll catch my drift. Nightlife is virtually non-existent during the weekdays, there's a fair amount of Austrian/British stag's during the weekend, and it is quite a conservative place - girls past 23-24 are almost always already in LTRs, and any that aren't, are on the look-out for them, much more so even than Poland.

What is there to like, is the quality of the girls, which in my humble opinion, is second probably only to Ukraine. I might be biased on this - I absolutely love tall and thin girls - but I think that's a preference shared by many. And, what makes it much better, is that there is much less of a butterface/witch nose trend as in Poland. Finally, people do enjoy an active lifestyle here - skiing, hiking, mountain-biking and so on; I honestly can't remember meeting a girl that wouldn't be in shape here.

To say something about the city, it is peaceful and quite, and quite affordable. Rent is a bit high compared to Poland (although Krakow is getting there slowly..) but seven-hundred euros could get you something very, very decent. Beer is dirt cheap, and food won't break the bank either. There a lot of cafes and small bars around to work, and many multinationals have offices there. Public transport is sufficient and there are a lot of opportunities just outside of the city for some more active sports stuff, such as mountain biking, kayaking and so on. The biggest plus however, is the geographical location of Bratislava: you are an hour and a half away from Brno, three and a half from Prague, forty-five minutes from Vienna, and just under three hours from Budapest. Add to this a myriad of secondary and tertiary Slovak cities within reach (which, once you meet some locals that are originally from there, can be quite fun little student-city getaways), you'll always have a fun weekend trip if you need so, and is very handy if you want to do your rotation over multiple cities (and hence focus a bit more on easily maintainable mini-relationships).


Places to check out for Daygame:

- Malls.
I would go for Eurovea and Central, as they have some good opportunities to immediately close and go for a coffee date. Eurovea also has a very nice Promenade next to the Danube, so even just being there in the summer, having a coffee or a pint, and keeping an eye out what opportunities present themselves on the terrace is no punishment.

- The city itself:
Focus around the old town and especially the main promenade where the US Embassy and Opera house are, since

- The River:
In the summer the banks of the Danube have a city beach and clubs popping up, including open-air cinema's and beach volleyball courts. There is also a lake called Kuchajda where people go for swimming/sunbathing in the summer. Finally, on many of the Barques moored in the river parties and events pop up.

- Social game:
I think this is a big plus for me when comparing to Poland - the dudes were super chill, and very inviting and useful. Slovaks are quite loyal, so if you get a group of local mates, they can definitely wing you or introduce you to their larger social circle, which is a great way to meet people and eventually game the girls.


For Nightgame.
- Low end:
Basically all the bars around Obchodna. Radost, Bar On, Eden, KGB are all the places where highschoolers/erasmus students get hammered for cheap. Bar On is probably the most comparable with a Polish Bania Luka, and attracts a similar crowd, including some of the skinhead guys - so beware. Barrock is the low-end bar in the city center, where it should be easy to pick-up if need be, but also the lowest quality/most tourists

- Alternative:
Randall club is in an area of 5-6 bars that hosts concerts and the like. Nice, low-end, rock/alternative place if you are into that. Subclub is great for techno if you are into it, and just worth a visit for the scenery (it is a club housed in a former nuclear bunker). In the Refinery Gallery there are also festivals and music events happening, mostly DnB and Trap.

- Mid-end:
Trafo is probably the closest to the hook-up place for locals. The crowd is sort of young, but the quality can be stunning. KC Dunaj however is my absolute favorite - many different themed -nights, from RnB to Rap to Electroswing to 90's parties. Cover is about 3-5 euros and a bottle Pilsner Urquell 2. Also has a larger smoking terrace, which is the best for approaching. Nu-Spirit Club is a bit more of an upscale version of Trafo, which attracts also an older crowd. It is quite big, with three or four larger spaces if I remember correctly.

- High end:
There are not so many high-end clubs in Bratislava, or at least that I knew of and visited. Le Club is your standard mainstream, somewhat more costly than the rest-kind of club, with the according quality. Sky Bar is a Thai Restaurant/club which is much more of a bottle-service vibe, but they have good food and a good view. Finally, Nu-Spirit Bar is a much smaller, more high-end version of Nu-Spirit Club, where a DJ spins vinyl and small groups are surrounding bottles of champagne or upmarket booze. Not much of a dancing club, but could be right if you have the cash and you can go in for 2-3 euros cover to check if there is any talent worth it to get a table.

- For the generic:
Any of the clubs/bars on Venturska/Michalska are run of the mill, slightly pricey bars/clubs, which never stood out to me.

- For the adventurous:
There are some of the more 'Rednecky' clubs if you so feel inclined. One is at the corner of Michalska, called Priatella. This is much more of a Slovak version of a Disco Polo kind of club, if you want to go full local. Quality is good, but the guys and bouncers can be rough, and the girls much more of an overdone version of an EE pornstar type of look. Channels, a few doors down, is the dedicated after hours spot, and not a great place, but since most clubs close at 4, sometimes your only bet. Harley Davidson club, close to Vrakuna (the so-called 'Bad part of Town'), is a large locals only cheap drink-fest; I went there once for a birthday party which was fun, but also ended up with me buying 8 bottles of wine for the group (which, at 8 euros a pop back then, wasn't really a huge loss). Finally, the student part of town is a bit off-centre and called Mlynska Dolina, with Unique being the most famous club there, where you can find some parties going on during the weekday.

Conclusion
So yes, Bratislava in short will have a lot to offer for a few, and for most it will be nothing more than a stop in between Prague and Budapest or Vienna. The city isn't the prettiest, it is not the cheapest, nor is it the most exciting city. But if you invest some time into the local talent, and go for the right places at the right nights, the quality is definitely there - as well as a tremendously accessible city, with it's own, subtle perks.
12-27-2018 11:36 AM
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Was there some 1 month ago, didn't enjoy the city but saw some of the best quality ever.

I rate Bratislava very high in the global hotness scale.
12-27-2018 12:32 PM
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People,

I am going to spend 1 night in Bratislava, Sunday-Monday. What the hell should I do that night, since is so going to be dead?

Should I just spend the night in a 5-star hotel, trying to recover batteries (it is in a middle of a eurotrip), or should I stay in an hostel and try to hook up there?
03-04-2019 11:39 AM
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RE: Datasheet Bratislava + Trnava, Slovakia
(03-04-2019 11:39 AM)goncalo999 Wrote:  People,

I am going to spend 1 night in Bratislava, Sunday-Monday. What the hell should I do that night, since is so going to be dead?

Should I just spend the night in a 5-star hotel, trying to recover batteries (it is in a middle of a eurotrip), or should I stay in an hostel and try to hook up there?

I think your best bet would be to pipeline and do some high-roller game with your matches if there are any that seem worth it. If you are contemplating staying in a 5 star hotel already anyhow this might work if you mention it up front to the girl. There is a substantial amount of girls partial to this type of thing there (think dinner in the UFO, back to your room for a drink or the hotel bar for a cocktail). I think your chances from getting a bang in a hostel Sunday to Monday night are close to zero.
03-04-2019 05:11 PM
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I am here now! Thinking of going to Kosice but schedule is very open ended. Ping if you want to meet up....
03-04-2019 08:03 PM
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RE: Datasheet Bratislava + Trnava, Slovakia
Let me second the recommendation for KC Dunaj - really, really nice vibes this past Saturday night, though most girls there seemed to already be with boyfriends. If anyone wants to wing/go there in a group, I'm down.

Slovaks in Bratislava are incredibly polite compared to many Eastern Europeans. Guys in Bratislava do not make many physically aggressive/cockblock moves, but girls can sometimes seem humorless. In some ways, I find them stilted like Germans. But feminine and damn sexy.
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