Expats moving to Bratislava really have the entire city within their reach; driving across the city can take about 30 minutes. At Home Bratislava manager Marcela Podmanicka finds that districts I, III and IV are most popular with expatriates due to the access the entertainment, international schools and offices. New apartments and developments are popping up throughout the city, offering a wealth of options to expatriates moving to Bratislava. Each of these popular districts has something unique to offer: read more about the schools, facilities and apartments you’ll find there.
Bratislava 1, and in particular the areas of Stare Mesto, Koliba, Horsky Park and Slavin, are highly desirable for expats in Bratislava. There are plenty of restaurants and pubs, small shops and large shopping centers plus a promenade along the riverside. The Old Town (Stare Mesto) is a quaint and friendly place to take a stroll or commute to work. With a good deal of offices located here, many single or young expatriates choose the convenient living that Bratislava 1 has to offer.
Major benefits: downtown atmosphere, proximity to business, embassies, tourist attractions, cafes & restaurants
Rents: 570 EUR – 1500 EUR
Schools: Deutsche Schule (German School), Fantasy Bratislava English Kindergarten
Shopping: Various shops along the pedestrian streets plus the Eurovea shopping center
You Might Also Like: Old Town, Bratislava City Museum, Botanical Gardens
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