The Primate's Palace (Slovak: Primaciálny palác) is a neoclassical palace in the Old Town of Bratislava the capital of Slovakia. It was built from 1778 to 1781 for Archbishop József Batthyány, after the design of architect Melchior Hefele. In 1805, the Palace's Hall of Mirrors saw the signing of the fourth Peace of Pressburg, ending the War of the Third Coalition. Today, it serves as the seat of Mayor of Bratislava.
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Good place. Very historical place in bratislava. Good start point to enter the old town.
A must see attraction when visiting this city. Lots of art and history.
Beautiful neoclassical construction, today the mayor's premises.
Nice place. Brstislava centre meeting point.
A historical place. Students with ISIC can enter without any fees or payments. Within you can find the so-called room of mirrors, which is home to many popular paintings and, obviously, many mirrors. There is also a balcony, from which you are able to see into the normally unaccessible chapel.
An absolutely beautiful palace! Highly recommend a visit to the hall of mirrors.
Well, very nice place for tourist visiting Bratislava. It is amazing, what can you see here. I really recommend.
Nice place, very historical. It was very nice to visit
It is a beauty this palace. Worth to visit.
This place wants to be a flagship for local government and is frequently used for diplomatic meetings. It has also a museum section with the wall tapestries well-known story. Impasse it was well-known for public Wedding Place. All the patios are most of the day open for public free of charge and I suggest tourist to take a walk inside and have a look.
Nice place to visit! Dont expect anything magnificent like palaces in Vienna. This one is quite small, but still has many beautiful pieces of art and pretty interiors.
Sumer residence of Archbishop of Estragon. One of the most beautyful places in Bratislava.
A great collection of wall hangings awaits in the gallery. A must if you’re visiting the town center.
Great historical building. Great place vor various social events.
Discovering The Primate's Palace. As we walked in the old town of Bratislava, we passed through the “Primate’s Palace”. It's beauty caught our attention, so we took lots of pictures. We didn’t go inside because our time in Bratislava was limited. Feel free to check the hours of operation and entrance fees online, but it seemed quite affordable. According to Wikipedia, this is an 18thcentury palace that has an important place in European history. That's because there were representatives from France, Hungary and Austria that signed the Treaty of Pressburg. An event that brought an end of a thousand years of rule by the Holy Roman Empire. So, if you are in rush like us, you can take pictures of the palace, otherwise you can visit inside. Either way, in this area you'll find many wine bars, nice small streets and historic buildings to make your own city tour ! Serge: 4 Eli: 4 Recommend: It's a beautiful palace, at a minimum make some time for pictures.