On our second day, after a couple of wrong turns, two bus rides and a very, very long uphill walk (almost an hr), we found the “Kamzik TV Tower”. This area is a hidden gem that most tourists never visit and is challenging to reach. At the tower, we went up to the Altitude restaurant where the view of the country and landscape is simply SPECTACULAR; if the view wasn’t enough, the restaurant is a 360 rotating floor so that you get a chance to see the view from all sides. Following lunch, we made our way through the forest and got to the cable car / chair lift (dual seating). The chair lift takes you down through the forest, hills and surrounding countryside. It is Soviet-era built, so it was a tad flimsy but well worth the effort. To end our day, we visited the Slavin War Memorial built on the hill that overlooks the city. The memorial stands there to commemorate the efforts of the Red Army in the liberation of Bratislava during World War II. There are also almost 7,000 Soviet Red Army soldiers buried there and a large part of the grounds is a cemetery.