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Obchodna (ulica) Street, Bratislava
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Lined with historical homes and an array of shops and restaurants, Obchodna (ulica) Street serves as one of the city's biggest commercial areas. Once a quiet residential spot, the street began to bustle with activity after the end of World War I brought renewed economic growth. Access the street via the town center by passing through St. Michael's gate, and you'll be greeted with shops ranging from H&M and jewelry stores to those selling herbal products and Slovakian souvenirs. You'll also find eateries, bakeries, and local pubs serving traditional regional dishes. Plan to visit Obchodna (ulica) Street during your Bratislava vacation using our convenient Bratislava vacation builder.
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  • The somewhat ugly Street. But you can eat well at a reasonable price and during a walk through the Castle. A little local ads would improve their life at all.
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  • Walking we passed by this route but does not hit us particularly. There are shops and restaurants, even several people but we didn't go beyond a break ...
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  • Obchodna is one of the main access routes to the historic center of the city, probably the most important. It is completely pedestrianised, with the exception of the tramway, that can serve as an interesting means of observation. Thanks to the presence of numerous places to eat (if you're looking for the Slovak cuisine I highly recommend the Viechia U Sedliaka), the road is quite busy at night, and the atmosphere has always been quiet. I found a rather emblematic Obchodna Ulica Union between the past Soviet and modern wire opening to the West and then to the European Union. Not that the mixture between locals and the palaces Slovaks with Western brands is some kind of show but certainly sobering.
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