The exhibition of the Slovak National Museum – Red Stone Castle Museum about Pálffy family from Red Stone Castle and Maria Theresa is another in a series of exhibitions of SNM museums, which it presents in its residential building in Bratislava.
The archaeological-historical exhibition treats of the specific position of today’s Slovakia, located in the vicinity of the Roman Empire and once a direct part of it in a small part.
The ÚĽUV Gallery presents the first of its new Tradition Untraditionally series of materials-based exhibitions approaching the phenomenon of wood in unexpected contexts – design from museum collections to contemporary works looking towards the future.
One of the classic means of transport is once again beginning to be promoted as one of the most environmentally friendly alternatives in nowadays city streets crowded with cars – the bicycle.
From May to September, local, mostly young winemakers, who have at least part of their wine production grown in their own vineyards, will present themselves at selected dates at a lovely little wine-tasting event. In addition to the wines, you can also enjoy a pleasant cultural programme
In the heart of the Little Carpathian Foothills and in the Slovak wine capital you will surely find one that will appeal to you. Take a stroll through the High Street of Modra and see for yourself