Information & Facts
Car rental stands are located in the arrival hall and include
Avis, Hertz, Budget and Europcar.
Bus 61 travels between the airport and Bratislava's central bus
station every 10-20 minutes (25 minutes). A taxi stand is located
outside the arrivals hall.
Tel: +421 (0)2 3303 3353.
Both arrival and departure halls have money exchange facilities
and ATMs. There is a restaurant in the departure terminal, as well
as bars and cafes throughout both terminals. A business club lounge
provides business travellers with PCs, Internet, phones and fax
facilities. Other facilities include duty-free shopping,
newsstands, public telephones, left luggage, a children's play
area, first aid and a hairdresser. Facilities for the disabled are
Slovak is the official language, which is closely related
to Czech. English and German are the most commonly spoken foreign
languages, although outside Bratislava, English is not widely
The unit of currency is the Euro (EUR), which is divided into
100 cents. The Euro replaced the koruna (SKK) as the official
currency on 1 January 2009. Travellers cheques are the safest way
to carry money and are accepted at all major banks and exchange
offices (dollars and pounds sterling give the best exchange rates).
Shops are increasingly accepting credit cards, but it is best to
check beforehand. ATMs are common.
Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 from March to October).