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Bratislava Region

    
 
 

The region of Bratislava is the country's smallest in terms of area, but its most densely settled and urbanised, with 296 inhabitants per square kilometre, about three times the Slovak average. Bratislava, the capital, had a population of 426,091, or 70 percent of the total inhabitants of the region.

The Bratislava Region is bordered by the Danube to the south and the Morava to the west. It consists of the Záhorie lowlands in the far west of the country and the Podunajská nížina (Danube lowlands) towards the Hungarian south, divided by the heavily forested Malé Karpaty (Small Carpathian mountains) range.

Its strategic location at the junction of the Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary has been a key factor in making the Bratislava Region the most prosperous in Slovakia.


Getting there

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Hyperlinks to the selected articles about places from the region

Bratislava
Čuňovo
Danube region
Devín
Devínska Nová Ves
Hamuliakovo
Malacky
Malé Karpaty
Modra
Pezinok
Svätý Jur
Veľké Leváre
Záhorie
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These articles and related information were published in Spectacular Slovakia 2009, which you can obtain from our online shop.

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