Enjoy a unique combination of history, craft and local taste. We will take you on a tour of the ancient wine towns of Svätý Jur, Pezinok and Modra. You will visit Červený Kameň (Red Rock Castle) with its unique underground cellars and lavishly furnished rooms. Local craftsmen will show you how traditional Easter ceramic decorations are produced and a vintner tell you about local wine making and offer you a sample along with an Easter specialites.
Price includes: transportation, guide, admissions, wine tasting
Meeting place: free hotel pick up or upon agreement
When: 16. – 28.4. 2019 daily at 9.30
Duration: 5,5 hours
Cena: 85 € / adults, 40 € / children
Discounts for groups. For min. 2 participants.
+421 907 683 112
Easter in Slovak Folk majolica – How Easter Pottery is Made Tour
You have an exceptional opportunity to visit the backstage of the largest craft workshops with the longest tradition in Slovakia. Modranská majolika is registered in the Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Slovakia. Here you will find traditional products made by masters – all of our products are handcrafted by centuries-old technology which you can try for yourself. We will show you the entire production process as well as huge furnaces dating back to 1970’s.
The tour starts at the foundation rock which dates back to 1973, continues with a documentary film (10 min.), a short explanation of the history and decorations (15 min.). The tour then continues with you making your own creations! After the educational part (30 min.) of the programme, we will get to the real work. Potter’s wheel, wheel-throwing, glazing, painting of ceramic Easter eggs, preparation for firing. We will deliver the fired items upon request within two weeks. During holidays, in case of a larger group or if you need an interpreter, please book in advance.
Duration: 90 min.
Price: 9,90 € / adults, 7,50 € / children, students, seniors
+421 911 980 105
Mon – Fri 7:30 – 15:30
Schaubmar’s mill has been a part of the Slovak National Gallery since the 1970s. It is filed as a technical and cultural monument as it once was one of the largest river mills in Europe. It dates back to the Baroque period (1767), its cylindrical part dates back to 1913. In addition to the functional milling technology, visitors can also enjoy a gallery of fine art that focuses on the presentation of modern and contemporary art and design. The house is surrounded by a beautiful orchard.
Admission: 2 € / adults, 1 € / students, pensioners
Address: Cajlanská 255, 902 01 Pezinok
+421 33 640 4035
Sat 10:00 – 18:00
Sun 10:00 – 18:00