The building of Slovak Radio ranks in the top 30 buildings in the world even though many prominent architects designed its intriguing structure.
If you like to see buildings with a difference, take a walk around to see its ‘inverted pyramid’ structure. The building has a concert hall and a large concert organ along with its function of being a Radio center.
If you are in time for an event arranged here, don’t miss it!
Entrance Ticket Details For Slovensky Rozhlas
- Ticket prices for events will vary.
Slovensky Rozhlas Hours
- Timings of events will vary.
- Recommended time to visit is 8:00 am to 9:00 pm.
How to Reach Slovensky Rozhlas
- By Bus: At Stefanovicova
- By Light Rail: At Zilinska
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18.65% of people who visit Bratislava include Slovensky Rozhlas in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
34.55% of people start their Slovensky Rozhlas visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Slovensky Rozhlas
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Slovensky Rozhlas
Slovensky Rozhlas Reviews & Ratings
One of the most interesting building in Bratislava. Unfortunatelly it is really hard to get in and owerall shape of the building needs some renovations.
I mean what can you say. It's an upside down pyramid built during the communist period and you either love it or hate it. Well worth a look if just to see what you think yourself!
We have been here for a New Year's concert of Bratislava Hot Serenaders and it was awesome. The ambiente is very socialist style but absolutely worth to see. It was for the first time that I was visiting a concert which was broadcasted live in a radio. Great experience.
Didn’t go in, but is an impressive structure nonetheless. Truly unique
It's a beautiful and well-preserved building. I recommend guided tours. You will get to interesting places in the interior and hear about history.