The Anonymous Widower

From Bratislava To Vienna

I left Bratislava on Wednesday morning.  Not by train, but by taking a fast boat on the Danube.

The fare was just twenty euros and it was a very pleasant trip, that took you from one city centre to the other in about seventy-five minutes. As there are three ropund trips a day, you could easily stay in one city and visit the other.

I was particularly fascinated by the fishermen’s cottages along the banks, where they use nets to get the fish.

I have tried to nake all of the bridges, but information on the web is a bit lacking.

April 14, 2013 - Posted by | Transport, World | , , , , , ,

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