A fantastic place to visit, cheap to get in, a full morning or afternoon for your money. Good historical anecdotes all over the castle in English for me and French for my girlfriend.
This castle had gone to ruin after WW2 when the last owners moved out, it had squatters inside and was falling down until an EU funded project costing over 1 million euro's was launched to restore it. The work is still ongoing in places, but the work done has truly made this a place to visit.
Its easy to find, its signposted from the main road (I speak no Slovakian and found it with no problems at all) there are guides that speak English and the whole visit is structured by following the well laid out plan that you are given on arrival.
Our visit coincided with a falcon display that lasted about half an hour, I am led to believe there are other displays of varying types during the day.
In all honesty I would have to say the castle isnt ideal for someone in a wheelchair or who has difficulty walking, but there aren't many castles that could be adapted I wouldnt have thought.
Really enjoyed spending over three hours wandering round, and the view from the top of the tower is impressive.
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