One of the most useful webs I found for daytrips in Bratislava, if you are bored and have nothing to do... take a bus and see where it leads to!
This post (and the blog itself) is going to help you a lot if you want a fast planned weekend scape
So, I went to Student Agency office in Bratislava (http://www.studentagency.eu/) today and...
WE HAVE PLENTY OF OPPORTUNITIES TO TRAVEL FOR A VERY GOOD PRICE!
They are all over Central Europe (Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary...)
With prices like:
-17€ go and back to Budapest
-14€ go to Prague,
And much more! But the best is... Students with ISIC card have a -15% DISCOUNT ON ALL TRIPS!
They also have buses and trains for quite far cities, like Berlin for 39€ per way. You can just simply check the most suitable timetable for you and BOOK ONLINE! Some of them have even FREE CANCELATION before 5 hours to train/bus departure.
What are you waiting for? Start traveling now!
If you are not from Central Europe, don't miss this post, it may be useful if you travel here on your own or with InterRail!
They have offices in many cities, here in Bratislava is on 48 Obchodna, with a big yellow sign, close to McDonalds and SlovakPub
If you are in Erasmus or just living in another country, you will start missing your homeland things quite soon, thats why mail and parcel delivery is a great option for all of us... but... did you check prices with some well-known companies? The prices are as pricey as a flight home! But don't worry, I come with the solution: http://www.packlink.com/
In this web you will be able to select the size and weight of your package, as well as the origin and destination and then... you just simply choose the option with the company you prefer, depending if you want it fast, cheap...
As example I include how much will it be a 15 kg box (30x30) from the centre of Spain to Bratislava and... is just 27€! You can try with your cities around Europe!
Here you will short posts with very interesting information that can make you save a lot of money when traveling