Grad Rajhenburg
Grad Rajhenburg
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Gene R J
Silver Spring, MD9,115 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2021
We visited here on our drive from Celje to Novo Mesto. After paying 3 Euros for each senior, we were escorted to a back room for a 10 minute movie with English subtitles that detailed its 5 Million Euro restoration. We then proceeded through all 3 floors on a self tour that included distinctive furniture from other manors, displays on the Trappist monk ownership from 1881-1941, the unique truss system developed to roof the conical tower, wine tasting cellar, and vast exhibits on the displaced/deported Slovenes in WW 11. This is a complete restoration of a 12th-16th C Castle.
Written October 10, 2021
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srecno_pot
Slovenia281 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2020
Less happy visit as you can see all the things that were going on here in the past (especially WW2). But it is well maintained and the collections are worth seing. Nature around it beautiful. Take a walk around it up the road where you come to the old graveyard and chocolate factory. By and parking they are growing small herbal garden.
Written September 12, 2020
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JaakkoTapio
Helsinki, Finland657 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2016 • Friends
Slovenia is full of old castles, but this one has an extremely and variable history by different owners, during many decades. One of them (for example) Traptist Monks (silence monks), time during Second World War, among others. In this renowned castle, there are many different kind of collections and exhibitions just going on inside. Authentic goods, furniture, clothes, paintings etc can be seen during walking around the castle. From time of traptist monks, there still exist some manufacturing companies, which has their roots from those times (at the end of 1800 - 1949).

You should reserve several hours for visiting this castle and surroundings. Can be recommended, during winter season no rush times at all.
Written March 7, 2016
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izif_37
Ljubljana, Slovenia3,100 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016 • Solo
The castle is actualy located some kilometers from Krško in Brestanica. The location above the Sava river is very scenic and worth to climb up even just for a great view. The castle is one of the most beutifull in Slovenia. Interesting for a visit with different exibitions and attractive castle arhitecture. There is also nice caffe with temptive sweets - recommended as well! And the caste souvenir shop is also worth to stop - lots of interesting and unique products made by local craftsmen.
Written April 5, 2016
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power4things
Krsko25 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2017 • Family
Very few locals will recognize the real name of this landmark if you ask them, but if you ask for the "Brestanica Castle", everybody knows. It is well-preserved, contains an art museum and, slightly less joyful, a museum of the occupation and Slovenian resistance during WWII. The walls are thick so it's cool or cold year-round, and there is a small pub across the parking lot from the castle. Very historic - and sobering.
Written May 24, 2017
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Miha P
Maribor, Slovenia8,932 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Couples
Place is easy to rich with a car. You can stop 10 m from the entrance. You will find interesting, medieval architecture with two Chapels; one is very old. They show you some old furniture, local history, tale about Trappist monks and their Imperial chocolate. You can find some sweets and even chocolate wine in a shop. Great view to the Sava valley. A must is a visit to the nearby barn where you can look at the exhibition of expellees, Slovenians, send out from their homeland during the second world war. You can also visit small museum in Krško (Valvasor’s house).
Written April 23, 2016
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