Transportation

Your journey to the heart of Europe!

VISA INFORMATION: Slovakia is part of the Schengen Area, visitors from non-Schengen countries may need a visa to enter. Citizens of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia do not need a visa. Citizens of Turkey need a valid Schengen visa or a green passport.

Please check detailed information here.

Keep your gold pile high by saving on transport!

BY WINGS!

You can fly to:

 

Bratislava (M. R. Štefánik) Airport – 50min/app. 5€ with shuttle bus to Bratislava city center!

 

Vienna International Airport – only 1 hour/app. 5€ with shuttle bus to Bratislava city center!

*The prices shown bellow are for RETURN tickets stated by companies on June 10 for “travel light” package on optional days during the festival. They are for REFERENCE PURPOSES ONLY. Please check the exact ones on the air companies’ websites.

Fly to Bratislava with low-cost!

 

Alghero with Ryanair – 61 €

Athens with Ryanair – 75 €

Bologna with Ryanair – 47 €

Burgas with Ryanair – 43 €

Birmingham with Ryanair – 50 €

Brussels with Ryanair – 38 €

Corfu with Ryanair – 58 €

Dalaman with Ryanair – 72 €

Dublin with Ryanair – 70 €

Edinburgh with Ryanair – 103 €

Eindhoven with Ryanair – 96 €

Kiev with Wizzair – 155 €

Leeds with Ryanair – 75 €

London with Ryanair – 50 €

London with Wizzair – 27 €

Madrid with Ryanair – 92 €

Malaga with Ryanair – 107 €

Mallorca with Ryanair – 54 €

Malta (Luqa) with Ryanair – 59 €

Manchester with Ryanair – 69 €

Milan with Ryanair – 52 €

Moscow with Pobeda – 100 €

Nis (Serbia) with Ryanair – 31 €

Paris with Ryanair – 50 €

Paphos with Ryanair – 66 €

Rome with Ryanair – 42 €

Skopje with Wizzair – 23 €

Sofia with Wizzair – 64 €

Thessaloniki with Ryanair – 57 €

Fly to Vienna with low-cost

& any major airlines!

Amsterdam with Austrian – 119 €

Ankara with Sunexpress – 167 €

Ankara with Pegasus – 146 €

Antalya with Sunexpress – 204 €

Antalya with Pegasus – 146 €

Barcelona with Vueling – 90 €

Barcelona with Eurowings – 120 €

Bari with Wizzair – 65 €

Basel with EasyJet – 65 €

Berlin with Easyjet – 46 €

Berlin with Austrian – 89 €

Bristol with Easyjet – 154 €

Brussels with Brussels Airlines – 100 €

Cologne with Eurowings – 110 €

Copenhagen with Austrian – 180 €

Cluj-Napoca with Wizzair – 90 €

Dublin with Aer Lingus – 144 €

Dusseldorf with Austrian – 109 €

Dusseldorf with Eurowings – 110 €

Edinburgh with Easyjet 120 €

Edinburgh with Jet2 111 €

Eindhoven with Wizzair – 90 €

Gdansk with Wizzair – 22 €

Geneva with Easyjet – 62 €

Geneva with Austrian – 76 €

Hamburg with Austrian – 119 €

Hamburg with Eurowings – 100 €

Hannover with Eurowings – 100 €

Istanbul with Pegasus – 106 €

Istanbul with Turkish – 105 €

Izmir with Pegasus – 146 €

Izmir with Sunexpress – 194 €

Larnaca with Austrian – 104 €

London with Easyjet – 64 €

Lyon with EasyJet – 55 €

Malaga with Wizzair – 65 €

Madrid with Iberia – 155 €

Malta with Wizzair – 40 €

Milan with EasyJet – 60 €

Manchester with Easyjet – 61 €

Naples with Easyjet – 60 €

Nice with Eurowings – 75 €

Paris with Vueling– 105 €

Paris with Transavia – 98 €

Rome with Wizzair – 40 €

Rome with Vueling – 60 €

Rome with Eurowings – 65 €

Rotterdam with Transavia – 101 €

Stockholm with Austrian – 153 €

Stuttgart with eurowings – 110 €

Stuttgart with Austrian – 129 €

Tel-Aviv with Wizzair – 133 €

Valencia with Wizzair – 110 €

Varna with Wizzair – 54 €

ROADTRIP on CAR WHEELS!

*On the Slovak motorway it is necessary to have a motorway toll sticker (bought at petrol stations).

Bratislava is just a short drive away from the cities listed below:

Timisoara (Romania) – 508 km

Belgrade (Serbia) – 572 km

Vienna (Austria) – 79 km

Prague (Czech Republic) – 337 km

Budapest (Hungary) – 201 km

Zagreb (Croatia) 422 km

Krakow (Poland) – 462 km

ROADTRIP by RAIL!

There are international trains coming to Bratislava’s main railway station (close to the city centre), e.g. from Vienna (1 hour), Budapest (3 hours), and Prague (4-5 hours) several times a day. There are also direct connections to Berlin, Warsaw, Krakow, Zagreb. Trains from Vienna also arrive at Bratislava–Petržalka station, which is to the south of the city centre across the Danube River.
You can find more detailed information about the timetables here:

 

http://cp.atlas.sk/vlak/spojenie/ (English language in the bottom right )

 

http://www.zsr.sk/anglicky.html?page_id=124

BUS EXCURSION!

There is bus connection to Bratislava main bus station from many European cities – like Berlin, Brussels, Brno, Frankfurt, Nurnberg, Dresden, Karlsruhe, Hamburg, London, Munich, Paris, Prague, Rotterdam, Strasbourg, Geneva and others. You can find more information here:

 

http://www.eurolines.sk/en.htm

 

http://www.slovaklines.sk/index_en.html

 

http://cp.atlas.sk/bus/spojenie/

Have a safe journey!

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