St Martin's Cathedral, Bratislava

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St Martin's Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Cathedral in the city of Bratislava, Slovakia. Construction of the Gothic cathedral began in the 14th century but continued till its completion in 1452. It is the largest church in Slovakia and one of the oldest. The cathedral has been one of the major places of worship in the city since its opening. Its tower which stands at 85 metres is dominant in the city of Bratislava's skyline. Its current appearance dates back to the 19th century after it was restored after some damage from an earthquake. Both the interior and exterior of the building offer beauty and offer a warm and welcoming feel to worshipers and visitors.

Getting there

The cathedral is situated on the edge of the historical city centre. The 4 and 6 trams stop a short walk away at ‘Most SNP’. The 29, 113 and N33 buses also stop close by at ‘Most SNP’.

Opening Times and Admission

The cathedral is open to visitors daily 10am-6pm except for Sundays when it opens to visitors later at 1.30pm and closes at 4 pm.

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