The first written evidence dates back to the year 907 in the annals of Salzburg, in reference to the battle to Brezalauspurch, that it marked the end of the Great Moravian Empire. Of this period have been saved the basilica with a nave and two side aisles.
In the 10th century, in the period of the reig the Hungarian king Stephen I, at the castle came coined the coins with written BRESLAWA CIVITAS. In 15th the century the castle assumed its shape puts into effect them and during its reconstruction it was widened and reinforced in sight of the attacks of the Hussites ones. During the centuries the castle has been modified, reconstructed. In the 1811 a terrible fire, caused from the recklessness of the Napoleonic soldiers burst. The fire destroyed the castle completely and for 150 years on the city they dominated only its ruins.
After a much onerousness reconstruction, the castle in the 1968 newly has been introduced in its original beauty. Today the castle houses some collections of the Slovak National Museum, and the State Room of the Slovak National Council.www.bratislava-hrad.sk