List of Palaces in Bratislava

This is a list of palaces in Bratislava, both in present and in the past.

  • lfiho palác (Panská 19-21)
  • Keglevičov palác (Panská 27)
  • Čákiho palác (Panská)
  • Esterháziho palác (Panská)
  • Balašov palác (Panská 15)
Hlavné námestie
  • Kutscherfeldov palác (Hlavné námestie 7, Sedlárska 7)
  • Miestodržiteľský palác (Hlavné námestie 8)
  • Palác Uhorskej eskontnej a zmenárenskej banky (Hlavné námestie)
  • Jesenákov palác (Hlavné námestie 4)
  • Paluďaiov palác (Zelená, Hlavné námestie)
  • Erdödyho palác (Ventúrska 1)
  • Zičiho palác (Ventúrska 9)
  • Pálfiho palác (Ventúrska 10)
  • Palác Leopolda de Pauliho (Ventúrska 15)
Bratislavský hrad a Podhradie
  • Kráľovský palác na Bratislavskom hrade (Bratislavský hrad)
  • Brauneckerov palác (Vydrica)
  • Palác kniežaťa Rohana (Vydrica)
  • Pálfiho palác (Zámocká)
Hviezdoslavovo námestie
  • Čomov palác (Hviezdoslavovo námestie 6)
  • Nesterov palác (Hviezdoslavovo námestie)
  • Pálfiho palác (Hviezdoslavovo námestie 18)
  • Maldeghemov palác (Hviezdoslavovo námestie 12)
Námestie Ľudovíta Štúra
  • Esterháziho palác (Námestie Ľudovíta Štúra)
  • Dessewffyho palác (Námestie Ľudovíta Štúra)
  • Lanfranconiho palác (Námestie Ľudovíta Štúra 1)
  • Palác Motešických (Gorkého 5, Laurinská 8)
  • Pálffyho palác (Gorkého)
  • Pistoriho palác (Štefánikova 25)
  • Karáčoniho palác (Štefánikova 2)
Námestie SNP
  • Poštový palác (Námestie SNP)
  • Bankový palác Tatra banky (Námestie SNP)
  • Prepoštský palác (Kapitulská)
  • Esterháziho palác (Kapitulská 6-8)
  • Palác Uhorskej kráľovskej komory (Michalská 1)
  • Jesenákov palác (Michalská 3)
  • Georgievitsov palác (Panenská 11)
  • Habermayerov palác (Panenská 15)
Vajanského nábrežie
  • Jurenákov palác (Vajanského nábrežie 3)
  • Viczayov palác (demolished)
  • Palác Robotníckej poisťovne (Sienkiewiczova 1)
Hodžovo námestie
  • Grasalkovičov palác (Hodžovo námestie 1)
Rázusovo nábrežie
  • Čákiho palác (Rázusovo nábrežie)
  • Erdödyho palác (Godrova 2)
Šafárikovo námestie
  • Landererov palác (Šafárikovo námestie)
Františkánske námestie
  • Mirbachov palác (Františkánske námestie)
  • Paluďaiov palác (Pražská)
  • Čákiho palác (Štúrova)
  • Aponiho palác (Radničná 1)
  • Aspremontov letný palác (Špitálska 24)
  • Palác Ruttkayovcov Vrútockých (Uršulínska 6)
Námestie slobody
  • Letný arcibiskupský palác (Námestie slobody 1)
Primaciálne námestie
  • Primaciálny palác (Primaciálne námestie 2)
  • Ludwigov palác (Krížna)
  • Justičný palác (Záhradnícka)
Trnavské mýto
  • Berchtoldov palác (Trnavské mýto)

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