DAY 1: Bratislava – Castle Bojnice – Ethno village of Čičmany with traditional show – Trencin
Start of the tour: Bratislava
Morning drive to one of the most picturesque castles of Slovakia, to Bojnice. The beginnings of the castle in Bojnice dates back in the year 1113, when from a wooden fortress the fortified stone castle started to grow, various noble families upgraded and changed its image through time.
This is one of the oldest and most important castles not only in Slovakia, but on a European scale. After the visit we continue to the picturesque, idyllic, unusual ethno village Čičmany. Čičmany is small, eight hundred years old village, made of wooden houses. However, someone once thought that his house is too monotonous and he decided to paint it. His neighbour liked it she and she ordered her husband to paint their house as well. Soon all villagers were painting their houses. Here we will also enjoy in a show with music, dancing and traditional Slovak cuisine. Drive towards Trenčin, very picturesque and pleasant town. Accommodation in hotel and overnight.
Day 2: Trencin and wine Day: Trnava – Modra – Wine tasting – Bratislava
After breakfast, tour of Trencin, then go to Trnava the oldest Slovakian town. Sightseeing and then drive to the wine-growing area of Small Carpathians to the town Modra, known for its numerous wine cellars and the production of ceramic majolika. Visit majolika factory, one of the most recognizable symbols of Slovakia. Then we will go to Mr. Jan, one of the most renowned winemakers in Slovakia, famous for its predicate dry wines. See his vineyards and tractors and tasting of fine wines in his wine cellar. Head back to Bratislava. Accommodation in a hotel. Overnight.
DAY 3: Bratislava
After breakfast, city tour of Bratislava. Climb to the castle hill and visit Bratislava Castle. Then we walk to the main square pass the remains of the medieval walls, the city’s main door and Michalova tower with a museum of
weapons. We stop in front of the famous Mozart’s palace and by the majestic St. Martin’s Cathedral, where once Hungarian kings were crowned. At leisure.
End of the tour.