Primate's Palace

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General Information

Primate’s Palace is a palace in Bratislava, Slovakia. The palace was built from 1778-1781 for Archbishop Jozsef Batthyany. It is an impressive classical building that was designed by architect Melchior Hefele. The pink-facade palace is most famous for its Hall of Mirrors room where the fourth Peace of Pressburg was signed to end the War of the Third Coalition. The palace has served as the home of the President of Slovakia in the past, it is currently the seat of the Mayor of Bratislava.

Getting there

The palace is situated in the city centre of Bratislava. You can get there on foot from most parts of the city centre. The closest tram stop is ‘Nam SNP’ on the 1 and 8 lines.

Opening Times and Admission

You can visit and tour the palace, it is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm. Admission is set at 3 euros.

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