|One way||Round trip|
Van Transport Belgrade - Bratislava
|45 EUR||90 EUR|
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Special benefits for van transport of passengers from Belgrade to Vienna for travel agencies and organized group trips to Vienna.
Bratislava is the capital and at the same time the largest city in Slovakia and the seat of the Bratislava province. It is only 60 km away from Vienna, and before the First World War, the suburbs of Vienna were connected to Bratislava by an electric tram. Due to their mutual distance, Vienna and Bratislava are the closest capitals in Europe. The city borders almost reach the state border with Austria (distance is only 4 km) and Hungary (only 13 km). On the east bank of the Danube there is a center with sights, and on the west side there is a modern part of town. Formerly known as the German Pressburg, the Hungarian Pozsony and the Croatian Pozun have always been one of the cultural centers of Central Europe. With a history hundreds of years old, it is a crossroads of numerous cultures and trade routes, and today it is the most important industrial and cultural center of Slovakia. Bratislava abounds in numerous cultural and historical buildings that are mostly located in the old part of the city and which is the main place of rich cultural events throughout the year.
In 2006, the accommodation capacity in Bratislava was 77 facilities, of which 45 were hotels with a total capacity of 9940 beds. In the same year, the city hosted 686,201 visitors, of which 454,870 were foreign nationals. A large number of visitors to the city are one-day tourists. The largest number of visitors come from the Czech Republic, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Poland and Austria. The increased offer of low-budget airlines has brought to Bratislava numerous tourists looking for a cheap guide, mostly from Great Britain. Although the tourist visit was profitable for the city, these tourists, mostly younger, are known for their vandalism.