Date: 25.11. – 27.11.2016 (Friday - Sunday)
Duration: 2 nights
Participants: approx. 15 people
BRATISLAVA REGION is the smallest of the 8 regions of Slovakia, situated in the south-west of Slovakia and dominated by the river Danube and Small Carpathian mountain range. The uniqueness of the region is also defined by its borders to Hungary and Austria with Bratislava and Vienna being the two closest capital cities in Europe.
In a small area you can experience both, the bustle of a city and peaceful, traditional countryside. Bratislava, which is one of the youngest capitals in Europe, is very rich in historical heritage. Throughout history Bratislava had been a site where power became concentrated several times. Nowadays, it is a centre of business, cultural events, sports and leisure activities.
The Small Carpathians area is famous for its rich wine growing tradition. It is covered by hectares of vineyards and cosy wine cellars. The delicious wines are gaining international recognition and popularity amongst tourists. Besides rich natural and cultural heritage the region also offers many opportunities for cycling, water sports and hiking. Welcome to Bratislava Region!
|13.00||Check in at hotel in Bratislava, lunch|
|14.15||Transport to Čunovo|
|14.45||Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum tour|
|16.30||Transfer to Svaty Jur|
|17.15||Wine tasting in Svaty Jur, dinner|
|9.00||Transport to the Red Stone Castle|
|9.30||Museum Red Stone Castle|
|12.00||Transport to village Slovensky Grob|
|12.30||Lunch at goose restaurant in Slovensky Grob|
|13.30||Guided tour and wine tasting in Modra/Senkvice/ /Pezinok (including the Small Carpathian Musem|
|19.00||Wine tasting in Pezinok and surrounding vineyards and wine cellars|
|9.00||Sightseeing at City centre (Main Square, Old Town Hall with Tower, St. Martin´s Cathedral, Michal´s gate, Bratislava Castle)|
|14.30||Coffee break with the city view at UFO Restaurant|
|15.30||The end of your trip|