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Galéria Nedbalka, Bratislava
(4.8/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • Small, fine Gallery, slowly leading one on four floors of traditional Slovak art in the modern era. Friendly staff at the reception. Overall everything was very attentive.
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  • Friendly staff, admission was free on the day, quality furnishings, interesting and captivating exhibition.
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  • Covering the period roughly 1900 to 1960 (?) plus a good temporary exhibition, this was very enjoyable hour and a half visit. There is a sort of lounge where you can get a drink although the request f...  more »
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  • Small Gallery with nice pieces done by Slovak artists inside. Entrance ticket more then affordable - 4€. In this price is included coffee or tea in gallery's cafe, which will be served at your table with a piece of Belgian chocolate in nice cup and glass of water! Comparing with the same galleries in Western Europe where you have to pay all extra and serve yourself this is really incredible!
  • A small, but very nice art gallery. The interior design is very well done. Great way to see a selection of Slovak art. The staff are nice, and it is very well priced at only 4 euro (2 euro for students). It doesn't take long to see the collection, but you really can't complain at this price.
  • First of all let me state that the location is absolutely perfect. The interior of the museum is very well done and the collection of Slovak modern art there is very interesting and well worth visiting. Would advice to go see it to anybody who is interested in modern art. Sadly the catologues seemed a little overpriced to me, but that is a small detail.
  • TOP Bratislava School of atrakcia!
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  • I recommend, very much