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Come to expierience unforgettable communist tour with a ride by historical cars along the most sophisticated fortification system ever built that used to defend sovereignty of pre-war Czechoslovakia. Get to know every day routine of Boarder Guards on the Iron Curtain boundaries during the Communist area. An untraditional tour through items of the city from the time of building brighter tomorrows is a raised finger with a self reflection on half a century of the history of Bratislava. An air conditioned car will take you to the most important things from the era of socialism. In 5 hours you can’t avoid the monumental memorial for fallen soldiers of the Russian army, Slavín, a traditional Bratislava castle, the shocking building of the  Slovak national radio, respect evoking Sloboda Square (Freedom Square), brain stopping design of the Slovak National Gallery, giant block of flats in Petržalka,  unique Iron Curtain zone at the edge of Bratislava with the line of bunkers from 1938., or the extraterrestrial New Bridge (Nový Most) with its restaurant UFO. The guide will try to put words to things which are hard to explain. What were the joys and miseries of life during the communistic regime? What kind of miracle helped to solve the lack of apartments? And end of the tour you will enjoy views of the present day city and its surroundings from the top of the new bridge. Tour includes: - Nový most (New Bridge) UFO – The biggest Housing Estate in Slovakia: Petržalka – Iron Curtain zone at the edge of Bratislava – Slovak National Gallery – Slavín War Memorial – Bratislava Castle – Slovak National Uprising Square – Sloboda Square (Freedom Square),  fortification system of communist Bratislava (boarders with Austria) Price includes: English-speaking guide, Air-conditioned car transport and admissions to the New Bridge Observation Deck, ride by historical cars along the most sophisticated fortification system ever built that used to defend sovereignty of pre-war Czechoslovakia Book Now Visit Bratislava.org