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He is a lecturer and lawyer in the capital Bratislava. He decided to move there so he could experience a different culture and explore the neighbouring central European countries. Where is the first place you bring people to when they visit Bratislava? First stop is a tour of the historic and beautiful Old Town Stare Mesto.
Sample the delightful local beers and the legendary Slivovica plum and Borovica juniper liqueurs. Both bars are frequented by members of the Slovak Shamrocks, the friendly local GAA Club, where help and advice can be found. Then take a walk along the mighty Danube and a look at the famous UFO bridge which resembles a flying saucer.
It is perched high up overlooking the city. You can then take in the imposing Soviet architecture and enjoy the unique outlines of the city.
The historic old town Stare Mesto, is fabulous for a wander around. Its winding cobbled streets are lined with Gothic and Baroque architecture and the Slovak National Gallery is worth exploring. Where do you recommend for a great meal that gives a flavour of Bratislava? The Pulitzer restaurants are excellent and serve Slovakian delicacies such as Kapustnica, a tasty sauerkraut and sausage soup, or bean soup, which invariably contains some meat usually pork.
With the beans, it is a hearty meal in itself. And try Halusky, a unique and filling sheep cheese dumpling and bacon fat dish that historically fuelled Slovak farmers through their working days. Zelenho stromu is a fabulous restaurant with excellent and competitively priced local cuisine.