Bratislava

I came to Bratislava for a couple of days in summer of 2017. I expected more that I saw. Here are some details.

Street signs. 18 is the current number on the street, 871 is the number of the building in the city. "I." is Slovak unique, no idea what's this (it's not city area), if you know, please send me a message

The hat protects the bankomat, not the user :) Signs again

Attention, plaster falling (these are actually across the whole city center!)

Go to the other side of the street (no). I'm wondering, what are these for? If it falls, does it help the government not to pay for it? If it falls on the head of a stupid Russian tourist which cannot read it, does it count too?

Trash can in Bratislava

Trashcan and a bus

Lamppost

Post box (classical for the whole post-Soviet Western Europe)

Push to go (no need, no cars and people around)

Local business

Great idea of separating day/night buses.

City map is on the other side. These signs I met everywhere, so if I go back, I'll see maps only?

Local market — just like in my childhood!

But don't touch!

Slovakia is famous for it's homemade cheese — buy one right from the vending machine

It was +30 — I was so happy to find these vaporizers! Every city should have those in crowded places.

Locals call this an UFO bridge

An openair library. Bad library, but as an oasis of a low temperature in the middle of nowhere — excellent.

The booth I saw only in Bratislava. What's that? If you know, please send me a message

Russian cuisine!

Attention, school. The killer on the sign and the fat guy on the signal.

But there are better signs for protecting children

The walker

Boobies!

Local art!

Bratislava Castle — nothing interesting

View from the Castle - plenty of panel buildings. I hope future generations will stop building that!

Bratislava is growing and in 50 years nothing would remind about the communist era

Slovakia is Europe now

Bratislava is a city for a 1-dat visit max.