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Antalya-Bratislava 1,465.00 TL
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Pegasus Airlines
direct-flight - 2h 45m
18 May 2024, Saturday 05:00
Turkish Airlines
2 stop - 25h 45m
17 May 2024, Friday 05:30
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 26h
24 May 2024, Friday 05:45
LOT Polish Airlines
1 stop - 6h 20m
14 May 2024, Tuesday 07:05
2 stop - 16h 5m
02 July 2024, Tuesday 22:00
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 17h 45m
07 June 2024, Friday 11:30
Aegean Airlines
1 stop - 7h 35m
06 May 2024, Monday 10:10

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Pegasus Airlines
direct-flight - 2h 40m
12 June 2024, Wednesday 07:00
Pegasus Airlines
2 stop - 18h 25m
29 May 2024, Wednesday 07:30
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 27h 50m
29 May 2024, Wednesday 07:30
Malmo Aviation
1 stop - 10h 10m
25 June 2024, Tuesday 04:40
Pegasus Airlines
2 stop - 32h 40m
29 May 2024, Wednesday 07:30

Information for Slovakia Flights

Are you looking for cheap fares for Slovakia flights? In the coming 3 months: Pegasus Airlines Antalya Slovakia 1,465 TL, Pegasus Airlines Istanbul Slovakia 2,787 TL and Pegasus Airlines London Slovakia 4,382 TL.

Better to book your flight to Slovakia 33 days before departure to get the best fares on average.

There are 14 flights operating between Turkey and Slovakia. The most popular cities from Turkey to Slovakia are Antalya, Istanbul and London. The most flights are to Bratislava and Kosice in Slovakia.

Located in Central Europe, in the south of Poland and part of the former Czechoslovakia, Slovakia borders Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Ukraine. Bratislava, the capital of the landlocked country, is very close to Vienna and Budapest.


The Slavs settled in the territory of present-day Slovakia in the 5th century, and the Principality of Nitra, which was established in the region in the 8th century, together with its neighbor Moravia, formed the Great Moravian Empire. After 1000, most of Slovakia became part of the Kingdom of Hungary and Czech lands were occupied by Germany. When Suleiman the Magnificent captured Budapest in 1526, the majority of the Hungarian people lived in Slovakia under the aegis of the Habsburgs, and Bratislava became the capital of this region. Losing the Ottoman-Holy Alliance Wars between 1683 and 1699, the Ottomans had to withdraw from Hungary and Slovakia, and after this date, Slovakia lived within the Austrian Empire as a part of Hungary until the 20th century. The Austro-Hungarian Empire, which was destroyed at the end of the First World War, became a country called Czechoslovakia in 1918. Slovakia, which left Czechoslovakia with the Second World War, took part in the Eastern Bloc for 41 years together with the communist rule in 1948. Slovakia, which left the Czech Republic in 1993, is now a member of NATO and the EU.

Places to visit

Bratislava, one of the oldest Celtic cities and the youngest European capital; The important center of the Hungarian Kingdom in history, the last port city built on the Danube in the Middle Ages. At the same time, the city of merchants and artisans with a rich wine culture is today; Although it is a cosmopolitan city where Germans, Hungarians and Slovaks live together in harmony, it surprises its visitors with its unexpected economic and cultural development. Bratislava, the place where famous writers, painters, explorers and musicians were born and raised, its historical heritage, Baroque architecture, German immigrants since the Middle Ages, Hungarians, Italians and the traces left by a large Jewish community in different parts of the city are worth seeing.

Palffy Palace, the most beautiful palace in the city, Keglevich Palace, known as the first baroque palace, and Primatial Bratislava with pink exterior were built during the reign of Maria Teresa, a powerful empress, while Pressburg was still. The Grasskalkovich Palace, used by the head of state, is located in St. When we say Martina Castle, copper domed palaces and churches are the most prominent architectural structures unique to this city. Hlavne Square, where Mozart and Franz Liszt made their first stage performances in their childhood; Devin Castle, which has the traces of Celtic, German, Roman and Slavic civilizations for centuries in the region that is the ruins of Bratislava Castle; Rusovce and Čunovo and the nearby Danubiana Art Museum, built in the English Tudor style; At the entrance of the Old City, the Trinity Church, with its fascinating interior, is one of the must-see places in the city.

The most photographed statues of Cumil and Napoleon in the city; St Elizabeth's Church, also known as the "Blue Church"; The coronation ceremonies of Hungarian kings and queens are held in St. St. Martin's Cathedral and the oldest medieval city gate with a baroque dragon on it. Michael's Gate is another historical tissue.

Apart from these, one of the most valuable museums of Slovakia, Natural Sciences Museum, National Slovakia Museum, Gerulata, Trade Museum Antol Museum, Balneology Museum, Betliar Museum, Bojnice Museum, Central Slovakia Museum, Cerveny Kamen Museum, East Slovakia Museum, Liptov Museum, Small Carpathian Museum, Mining Museum, Zvolen History and Geography Museum, Banska Bystrica History and Geography Museum, Zilina History and Geography Museum, Spis Museum, Orava Museum, Nitra Museum and City History Museum are located in Bratislava.

Food & Drink and Shopping

Traditional Slovak eating and drinking habits; It dates back to the old Slavic era, which was influenced by Austrian, Hungarian, and German. Soups, boiled and roasted vegetables, roast and grilled meats form the basis of Slovak cuisine. Apart from these, there are many restaurants serving Italian, French, Chinese and Indian restaurants and international cuisine in the capital Bratislava. Bryndové haluisky, goulash, treska, loksa are among the flavors you must taste.

The country's shopping center is Bratislava. Apart from the big shopping malls in the city center, smaller shops are spread over the surrounding areas of the city.


Turkish Airlines has flights to Bratislava via Budapest. It is possible to go to Bratislava with a 40-minute flight from Vienna. International Letisko Airport, the only international airport of the Slovak Republic, is located 9 km from Bratislava. It is possible to reach the city center from here by bus or taxi.

FAQs about Slovakia Flights

  • Which airlines are flying to Slovakia?
    The most popular airlines flying frequently between Turkey and Slovakia are: Pegasus Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Egyptair, Aegean Airlines and SunExpress. The most popular route is Istanbul - Bratislava to Slovakia. Pegasus Airlines and Egyptair are the airlines that flies most in this route.
  • How much is the cheapest flight to Slovakia?
    In the next 3 months, the cheapest one way flight between Turkey cities and Slovakia is Ankara to Bratislava at 4 June 2024 and the price of the flight is 2,664 TL. The cheapest roundtrip flight is from Antalya to Bratislava and it costs 4,025 TL.
  • How TURNA finds these low flight prices?
    TURNA has agreements with many airlines and get special fares and discounts. TURNA is the inventor of Smart Flight ® which connects the non-connected airlines. Smart Flight ® has a unique scientific algorithm and can find 70% cheaper routes which you cannot find on any other site.

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Slovakia Flight Ticket Prices

Here are Slovakia flights price chart for the affordable Slovakia flight tickets. You get deals and discounts to get the cheapest Slovakia flight prices.
Popular Flights Ticket Price
Antalya - Bratislava 1,465.00
Dalaman - Bratislava 4,496.66
Istanbul - Bratislava 2,787.24
Istanbul - Kosice 5,358.56
Izmir - Bratislava 3,153.30
London - Bratislava 4,382.00
Milan - Bratislava 8,861.79
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