Highlights of the trip

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Male Karpaty viticultural region - the largest and most significant one in Slovakia

Small Carpathian Wine Route leads through the former royal towns Bratislava, Svaty Jur, Pezinok, Modra and ends in Trnava.

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Cerveny Kamen castle

the most beautiful castle in the Malé Karpaty mountains. A stone castle was built in the 13th century as part of the chain of the Kingdom of Hungary’s frontier defense castles ranging from Pressburg to Žilina. This castle was completely rebuilt as a fortress in the first half of the 16th century.

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Devin castle - ruins of the stronghold dating from Neolitic to the Napoleon I.

Devin Castle standing on a massive rock hill above the confluence of the Danube and Morava is an unusually impressive landmark. It is part of the oldest history of Slovakia.

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Petrov-Plze - monument reserve of folk architecture

A unique complex of original wine cellars from the 16th and 17th century.

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Mikulov - the most picturesque town in Moravia

A unique beauty of the local historical monuments congenially set in the landscape of wine country.

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Lednice - Valtice area a cultural-natural complex - UNESCO World Heritage

The Liechtenstein family began to create a unique manmade landscape complex: Lednice - Valtice Area. During the 19th century, the Liechtenstein family continued transforming the area, which has since been called the "Garden of Europe".

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Small Carpathian Wine Region - from Bratislava to Trnava, along the slopes of the Small Carpathian Mountains

Wine tasting route includes various villages and three bigger towns - Pezinok, Modra and Svaty Jur, all of which were given their status as free royal towns in the 17th century due to the quality of the wine produced.

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Moravia Wine Region - around 96% of the country's vineyards

Wine tasting in the region includes most typical varieties from all four sub-regions - Znojmo, Velke Pavlovice, Slovacko and Mikulov.