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Stefanikova Street, Bratislava
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  • We traveled by car and on foot. Obviously it is a major route and then very busy going through the city allows you to see many buildings ... but to put it like maybe there attraction passes.
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  • Stefanikova Street is a kind of analogue of Karl Marx Street in Irkutsk, that is required to attend. You can consider and feel the atmosphere of old mansions hospital Bratislava (for tourists-the old town and Bratislava castle, and here-office buildings).
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  • The Stefanikova is one of the main arteries of Bratislava, connects the main railway station (Hlavna Stanica) with the Hodzovo Namestie, the square facing the Presidential Palace. The way unfortunately is plagued by a significant flow of traffic, and I witnessed scenes of reckless driving that I can't tell how notable buildings face onto it, however, occasional (one colored rose struck me particularly), especially in the upper part, closest to the station. Here a path leads to a set of stairs that will take you to the Slavin, the Memorial to Red Army soldiers. The lower runs instead alongside the presidential palace garden (Zahrada Prezidentska), rendered inaccessible by the presence of only one entry. If you have to walk from the station to the old town, Stefanikova is the shortest way and busy, but you can easily get around even with frequent bus and trolley stop along the way.
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