All visitors with a valid ticket to the World Championship can travel by public transport free of charge on the day of the match.
Bratislava Card offers unlimited travel for 24, 48 or 72 hours from the date and hour of issue including one luggage and one child up to the age of 16 years.
Due to the construction of a new bus station and closure of Mlynské nivy st., there are significant changes coming up in public transit around the central bus station starting on 18 February 2019.
Due to construction works at Mlynské nivy and under the highway bridge at Bajkalská street there will be free travel on lines 75, 201, 202, 212 and X72 for all passengers from February 18 to March 31, 2019.
Due to track modernization there is no tram service between Main railway station (Hlavná stanica) and city centre between 1st June and 31st August 2015.
Due to closed track there is no tram service between Main railway station (Hlavná stanica) and city centre from November 2, 2011.
Owners of tickets for 2011 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship ice-hockey match can use public transportation in Bratislava free of charge on the day of match.
After evening matches of 2011 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship (at approximately 10 PM) you can use following supplementary services from Orange Arena to Park and Ride lots and to other parts of Bratislava:
Restored historical Swiss trolleybus FBW - Oerlikon #80 will be introduced during 110th anniversary of tramways in Bratislava.