by all means, you are welcome to come here, spend some EURs
, and enjoy this little town, but before you do, here are some comments on Bratislava:
-> Bratislava in winter is cold/wet/grey and uninspiring.
-> I would give it about 2 days for you to explore historic center in full (with excursions and visits to museums/galleries).
-> Unless you want to go clubbing (city center clubs are full of gold-diggers and hoes looking for foreigners; there are some good clubs that offer good music and are frequented by locals as well; if you need some suggestions write me a message), the night time will be boring.
-> You can visit thermal spas.
Now if you come in late spring/summer time:
-> Bratislava is fun, colorful, full of people. The promenade is very nice for evening strolls by the Danube River (there is a shopping mall Eurovea - one of the nicest in Europe - which is frequented by locals and foreigners).
-> There are plenty of tourists - most of them arrive from Vienna or on the river cruises (so they congest city center during the day and leave for BUD
-> On Fridays and weekends, stag parties arrive and they are obnoxious (I would have their asses deported ASAP, as they are giving their respective countries bad name).
-> There are nice and interesting clubs, but you have been warned.
-> You can visit near by historical sites (frontier of Roman Empire, Celts...) , places of interest (the region is well known for vineyards, plenty of lakes, castles, etc.).
Basically the winter time (Oct-Mar) is not the best time to visit Bratislava (my humble opinion).