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Sightseeing Tour of Devín Castle and its surroundings

Did you know Jules Verne was so impressed by Devín Castle that he immortalised its remnants in one of his novels?

Visit Devín within the Bratislava City Days for a commented walk on Saturday, April 23, at 11 a.m. Martina Štensová in Slovak and Daniela Radocha in English will take you through the history of one of the most famous locations in Slovakia within an one and a half hour.

This ancient wine townlet with a strategic location at the confluence of the rivers Morava and Danube, where history was written in large print, still retains the character of a countryside as one of the smallest urban parts of Bratislava. Slowly you will move between the main attractions and monuments, along the waterfront and the confluence of rivers to the ruins of Devín Castle, where you will get acquainted with the rich history and attractions of the castle.

The tour of discovery will take you to the western part of the city bordering Austria and famous for the monumental ruins of Devín Castle, the sights of the Iron Curtain by the powerful River Danube and the unspoiled countryside of the Morava River floodplains.

At the guided tour ideal for expats and foreign visitors you will get to know the Devín Castle where the Celts, Romans and Slavs left their traces. This is one of the oldest castles in Slovakia, perched on a rock 212 meters above the confluence of the Danube and Morava rivers. It belongs to the most important historical and archaeological localities in Central Europe and it moreover offers enchanting natural scenery with unrepeatable views

Register for this sightseeing tour and get familiar with history of the impressive castle, immerse into the calming ambience of surrounding nature and learn the tragic the Communist era stories of those who tried to get out but never made it to the other side.

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