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St. Martin's Cathedral (Dom svateho Martina)

Rudnayovo namestie 1, Bratislava 811 01, Slovakia
+421 2/544 313 59
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Rudnayovo namestie 1, Bratislava 811 01, Slovakia
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+421 2/544 313 59
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The largest and one of the oldest churches in Bratislava. Once again the Hungarian history plays a part too as this was the coronation church of a number of Hungarian royalty.

Thank Chelsea B
Reviewed 1 week ago

The famous cathedral has hosted the coronation ceremony for the Kingdom of Hungary between 1563 and 1830 including coronation for the Queen Maria Theresa.The inside is very beautiful and calm including the status of St Martin given a very strong message to help the needy,The...More

Thank Krishnakumar B
Reviewed 1 week ago

A small but beautifully proportioned cathedral. The stained glass windows were delightful giving a lovely feeling of brightness.

Thank Roy M
Reviewed 11 November 2017

Gothic vaulting, nice stain-glass windows. Nicely set in the old town close to the most famous bridge. Well lit at night. A sight not to be missed.

Thank Marie B
Reviewed 11 November 2017

I was very blessed to attend Mass at the Cathedral on the Feast Day of St Martin of Tours, the Patron Saint. The building is lofty, light and airy and the glass in the sanctuary is quite beautiful. Obviously, because of the occasion, I spent...More

Thank Eindelik
Reviewed 7 November 2017

This Gothic church dates back to the 15th century and was used for the coronation of kings. A replica of the crown now sits on top of the 85 metre high tower as a reminder to all of the past glory. There are 4 chapels...More

Thank KatielouAustralia
Reviewed 4 November 2017

lovely colourful windows worth looking inside on a rainy day in winter, easy to get to and nice architecture

Thank hannahsbananas
Reviewed 17 October 2017

This is the church of kings. I mean that years ago the Hungarian Kings were crowned in this church. The crown oat the top of the spire is to show that this was the place of coronations. It is a beautiful structure. Next to it...More

Thank sillysull
Reviewed 3 October 2017

Perfect sightseeing stop or a place for an escape from a fast paced day. Very nice renovated historical church. Small and cute St Anne´s chapel just for prayer. Free entrance.

Thank Matúš M
Reviewed 26 September 2017

The st Martins Cathedral is an eyecatcher in the entire area. The outside is quite stunning in it's own special style. the inside's 'just a pretty, beautiful old church'. Maybe i've been touring around to much, and have seen to many churches; maybe the outside...More

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Response from Jill W | Reviewed this property |
There just last week.From the cathedral walk towards the Danube parallel with the city wall and when you get to the fountain outside Moods coffee shop ( which we'd highly recommend) take a right under the bridge at the head... More