Bratislava administrative region

Location: Bratislavský kraj, Bratislava

GPS: N48°8'37'' E17°6'34''

Region Bratislava is situated on the south-west margin of Slovakia and it is the smallest of Slovakian regions. Its southern part stretches along the Danube and borders on Hungary, the river Morava in the west coincides with the borders of Austria.

The core and metropolis of the region is the city of Bratislava, the Capital of the Slovak Republic. It is an important industrial, political, economic and cultural centre.

Present Bratislava offers multiple options of cultural, sport or recreation activities right in the town or in its close environs. International fairs and exhibitions are regularly organized here.

The symbol of the region is its viticultural tradition. Lovers of nature, folk art and quality wine are invited to visit the route known as the Wine Road of Malé Karpaty. The greatest attractions in the lowland Podunajská nížina are the lakes Slnečné jazerá situated on the edge of the town Senec.

Greatest attractions: 
Cultural and historical monuments of Bratislava, the Danube International Cycling Route, the Morava Cycling Route,  the Wine Road of Malé Karpaty, ruins of castles Devín, The Plavecký hrad Castle, The Pajštún Castle and The Červený Kameň castle, the Gallery of Contemporary Art in Čunovo, impressively integrated into the Hrušov reservoir landscape, the cruises on the River Danube, aquapark Senec, traditional handicrafts -  Modra pottery, folklore.

Population: 606,753
Area: 2,053 km²

Districts: Bratislava 1, Bratislava 2, Bratislava 3, Bratislava 4, Bratislava 5, Pezinok, Senec, Malacky.

Source: Vydavateľstvo DAJAMA