- A unique, funky retro sightseeing tour
- Ride around in a classic 70s Skoda
- See little-visited sites of the Socialist past
Looking for an authentic but unusual sightseeing tour of post-Socialist Bratislava? Look no further. This fascinating and enjoyable Slovakia experience takes you round not just the well-known points of interest, such as the Slavín monument, but to places that are off the beaten track for most visitors, like abandoned housing estates and factories. The unmistakeable Soviet architectural stylings and haunted air make this tour an absolute must for historians, photographers and anyone that loves seeing destinations from a different perspective.
You’ll be travelling through Bratislava in a classic 1970s Skoda - don’t worry, it’s kept in good condition - with a local guide who can provide insight into the places you visit. On the itinerary - the famous Petržalka district, the bunkers from 1938 along the Iron Curtain zone, riverside developments, the Trade Unions Hall and the hi-tech market hall. Utterly enthralling, this slice of history will stay with you for a long time to come.