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Knights at the Devín Castle

On the first Saturday of August 1. 8. 2020, we’ll return to the age of renaissance – colourful, lively and unrestrained. Whilst adhering to all the safety precautions, you’ll be welcome to enjoy the following performances with us:

  • 10:00 – opening of the Devín castle
  • 11:00 – opening ceremony
  • 12:00 – Landsknechts – insights into the life of professional mercenaries from the 16th century whose lives were enlivened by wars and sutlers
  • 13:00 – oriental dance
  • 14:00 – My Papa – a fencing & theatrical performance about a vigorous father and his “mannerly“ children
  • 15:00 – Knights Tournament of the Kingdom of Hungary – where you’ll see a clash of brave warrior horsemen, but also their varying cultures
  • 16:30 – a recital of renaissance music and poetry
  • 17:15 – closing ceremony
  • 18:00 – closing of the castle gates

While respecting the same safety measures, you’ll be allowed to enjoy various other forms of entertainment:

  • listen to a presentation by master Peter Koza in his ‘mudrlatorium’ tent
  • shoot a bow/crossbow in our archery range
  • let your little ones get a ride on a horse (both a wooden and a live one)
  • view an exposition of instruments of torture (explanation included)
  • enjoy a little souvenir from the artisan stalls
  • food and drinks will also be available

Ticket sale will take place at the entrance to Devín castle as per usual.

Entry fee:

  • family – 15 €,
  • basic – 8 €,
  • discounted – 4 €

The number of visitors will be monitored on the go in a way that won’t allow more than 1000 people to be in the area of the castle at any one time. Unfortunately, because of this it might happen that we’ll not be able to accommodate some of you.

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