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Private Jet Charter to Bratislava
Covered in spires and squares constructed in the 18th century, Bratislava is historic in appearance. However, in 1993, Bratislava became capital of a newly independent Slovakia, which makes this capital city one of the newest in the world. Adding to its historic charm and picturesque architecture are socialist-era monuments and statues that leave visitors (and perhaps locals) enticed by the incoming march of modernism. Read more about private jet charter flights in Bratislava
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Bratislava jet charter informationLocated on the banks of the Danube River, the outskirts of Bratislava are as green as an unripe tomato. Winding hiking trails and bike paths weave through hilly parks while the Male Karpaty mountain ranges roll to the north and several local vineyards dot the lowlands.
Things to Do in BratislavaVisitors to Bratislava will instantly notice the stark contrast in the city's architecture. The towering metallic skyscrapers and space needles from the 21st century that look down upon medieval castles and fortifications such as Michael's Gate are a must-see.A historic vision, the Bratislava Castle sits on a hill overlooking the city. Constructed during the 9th century, this massive rectangular building offers breathtaking views of the Danube. Like many other castles located in Europe, it’s had a tumultuous history. After being destroyed, ruined, and reconstructed, it now serves as a museum.You may also want to make time for Devin Castle as well. The once functional castle was built in the 8th century on a high cliff that overlooks the Morava and Danube rivers. Even though it was blown apart by Napoleon’s army, the ruins are still an enchanting site to many.Saunter down the cobbled streets of the Old Town. Here you’ll find colorful pastel buildings, a clock tower, and the preserved medieval center. You’ll also find a load of independent shops and stalls, quaint cafes, high-caliber restaurants, and so much more.During the evenings, experience some of the nightlife Bratislava is famous for. The bars and pubs come alive every evening offering an exciting mix of both crazy and cool.
How to Book Charter Flights to BratislavaBook your next private jet charter to Bratislava, Slovakia with Stratos Jet Charters and experience the elegance and convenience that only private aviation can provide. With as little as four hours notice, a Stratos Jets air charter consultant can pair you with the best aircraft for your personal and professional needs from a vast selection of aircraft types and sizes.Best of all, when you book a private jet charter to Bratislava, you fly on-demand to meet your fixed schedule, while experiencing luxurious in-flight accommodations such as our gourmet concierge service. Stratos Jets takes the hassle out of international travel. Our flight planning services can even handle your ground transportation and hotel reservations.
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Bratislava Jet Charter Airports
When you book a private jet charter to Bratislava with Stratos Jets, you’ll have your pick of no fewer than seven airports located within a 50-mile radius of the capital city. Simply select the airport closest to your destination and you’ll spend less time travelling and more time exploring. The M R Stefanik Airport, the Malacky Airport, and the Schwechat Airport are a few of the more popular options.
M R Stefanik M R Stefanik, , Slovakia Republic
Schwechat Schwechat, Austria, Austria
Piestany Piestany, Slovakia Republic, Slovakia Republic
Gyor Per Gyor Per, Hungary, Hungary
Trencin Trencin, Slovakia Republic, Slovakia Republic
Kunovice Kunovice, Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Turany Turany, Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Prerov Prerov, Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Sliac Sliac, Slovakia Republic, Slovakia Republic
Zilina Zilina, Slovakia Republic, Slovakia Republic