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Budmerice, a little village between Bratislava and Trnava, situated in the shadow of the Small Carpathians, is big by its history. With its past is associated the mighty Palffy dynasty that participated on the process of shaping the mediaval Europe.

The church is one of the most important cultural and historical landmarks in Svätý Jur.

The museum is located in the wine park and its main activities include collecting and exhibiting of art works. The most important part of the museum’s portfolio consists of a collection of works by Andy Warhol that forms the basis of the permanent exhibition.

Schaubmarov mlyn v Pezinku na západnom Slovensku je považovaný za najväčší potočný mlyn na Slovensku a za jeden z najväčších mlynov svojho druhu v Európe.

You are invited to visit a Hutterite house dating from 1717 where you will learn a lot from the history of the Hutterites– a Protestant sect originating from Switzerland.

All roads lead to Rome, but we know that the way of geese leads to the 100-year tradition…
The Manor House was built as border fortress at the strategically important place of Moravian- Ugrian border. Thanks…

Súčasné miesto oddychu a rekreácie Stupavčanov prešlo mnohými premenami súvisiacimi s historickým vývojom kaštieľa. Na jeho mieste pôvodne stál vodný hrad, ktorý Mikuláš Pálffy prebudoval na štvorvežový renesančný kaštieľ obklopený vodnou priekopou. Kaštieľ zostal majetkom Pálffyovcov ďalších 275 rokov.

Majestic monastery welcomes thousands of pilgrims every year. Except of the main pilgrimage taking place on the 15th…

A unique Slovak project for the protection of the Ussurian Tiger.

The ruins of the Pajstun castle are situated in the cadastral territory of the village Borinka in the Small Carpathians.

Marianka is a well-known pilgrimage site located on the south-western edge of the Small Carpathians at the point where they come into contact with the southern edge of the Záhorie lowlands six kilometres south-east of Stupava. The town is first mentioned in 1367 under the name Vallis Mariae.

The beginnings of the Renaissance-Baroque castle date back to the 16th century. Today, the Castle is a seat of the specialized Slovak National Museum branch concerned with the housing culture of the nobility and bourgeoisie in Slovakia.

Come to enjoy the attractive nature during a trip on the Baťa Canal. The port of Skalica, a…

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The museum is focused on wine and wine drinking culture. The authentic premises of a vineyard town house boast with the largest collection of wine-presses in Central Europe. Try drunk simulators, smell aromas of wines from the Carpathian region and taste the cup of high-quality wine.

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