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Route: Bratislava - Carpathian mountains - Bratislava
Duration: 5 h

You will see a region which has been known for its wine since Roman times - through the ancient royal wine towns of Svätý Jur, Pezinok and Modra, highlighting the most important sights, you see how the famous Modra pottery (majolica), a visit to Red Stone Castle (Červený Kameň) – a wonderfully preserved castle with huge multi-storey cellars, the largest ones in Central Europe. Also, if you want, you can tast the best local wine in the historic wine cellar sampling.

Price: per person

Price: 65.00 EUR
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