Bratislava is a town of culture. You will definitely not get bored here unless you really want to.
Slovak National Theatre â€“ Opera and Ballet
Ballets and Operas are on the schedule every evening from 7 p.m. with an exemption of summer break during July and August. Their website is bilingual and tickets are for reasonable prices.
Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
Just like at the Opera concerts start at 7 p.m. The building of the Orchestra is just across the National Theatre , so going for culture will definitely keep you in the heart of Bratislava.
Slovak National Gallery
With permanent and temporary exhibition. Located at the bank of the Danube it consists of two buildings one historical hidden in the large monstrum built in 70s â€“ new gallery. Except the SNG there are many temporary exhibitions held within the town centre in smaller galleries.
Modern Art Gallery Danubiana
Located on an artificial island close to Gabcikovo dam. Temporary exhibitions are held here and it is definitely the place to go for a good cup of coffee on Sunday afternoon as its surroundings are beautiful.
It is worth to mention the UCI Palace in Aupark Shopping Center with 12 cinemas.
Tickets are 150 Sk (EUR 3,75) and they start playing after 2 p.m. until the late evening. Movies come in original sound with Slovak subtitles.