It is the oldest pilgrimage site in Slovakia with Lurdy cave and Procession to Calvary. Its origin and history is partially covered by legends. The site was in an administration of the Pavlines order whose historians recorded down an orally passed legend about a hermit who lived in the hillside of Marianka. He caved a […]
Danubian craft yards in Miloslavov is open from April to October for individual tours every Saturday and Sunday from 14:00 – 16:00 hrs. The eventual interested in visiting groups and individuals outside of regular visiting hours can be ordered by phone or email and get more information. Time, traditions, architecture, history customs and hand-made productions […]
You will find learn about bee-keeping in the past as well as about acquiring bee products in the biggest bee-keeping outdoor museum in Central Europe.
The farm is located about 7 km from the town of Senec in the village Hruba Borsa. On the farm you can ride a horse or carriage alone or with instructors, walks in the countryside on horseback or in a carriage. Rides in the riding school or in the field. In the winter months, adverse […]
Not far from the village of Kostolná pri Dunaji, there is the already nowadays protected and refuge place for the Usury tiger – Siberian that protects him from eradication. The foundation for these beautiful animals has created an exposition with a more human idea of the “heart of the nature”. It means that they created for […]
It is the onle accessible cave in Malé Karpaty and it has breakthtaking dripstone decoration. It is 680 metres long and 40 metres deep.
The most beautiful castle in the Malé Karpaty mountains, situated just several tens of kilometres from the Capital Bratislava is one of the best preserved Slovak Castles – Červený Kameň. In the 16th century, it was rebuilt into a bulky fortress with a fortification system that was then one of the top military-defensive systems. Although […]
The only personal museum in Slovakia that maps the life and work of national activist.
Museum of wine-growing and wine making in the region.
Wine Route of Malé Karpaty goes through the biggest wine-growing area in Slovakia and spreds from the south-estern hills of Malé Karpaty from Bratislava to Trnava. It is brimmed with wine bars, wine cellars, gastronomic specialities, and events. In the heart of the area are old free royal towns Svätý Jur, Pezinok, and Modra with […]