We will start our journey through Červený Kameň Castle. If you want an easy trip with children with a piece of history, this is exactly the place to go. Taking a walk around the beautiful surroundings of the castle is more than a good idea. In addition, the place has a very good location and is close to Bratislava, Trnava and Pezinok, you can easily get there by car within 20-30 minutes. When you take the intercity transport, get off at the Častá-Základina stop.
The castle is generally known as a visiting place. Every first Sunday it offers the opportunity to visit the castle for free, which is a very interesting opportunity, especially for large families. The cellars are the largest vineyards in Europe. Very interesting are the tours of the castle on the theme of Baron Pálffy. A well-thought-out performance lasting over an hour, which will tell you more about the life of the castle's most famous times. On Červený Kamen there is a magnificent exposition of furniture from church works from the Middle Ages to rare tapestries, tapestries, golden sledges and copies of furniture from the maple bedrooms of Catherine the Great. Another point of interest is the salle de terena, an original room that was created as a beach with water flowing over pebble walls, murals, rare Venetian mirrors and fresh décor. There are special events, huge flea markets, craft markets, Knight's Days and night walks in the castle. After climbing one staircase to the exhibition area, everything is flat until the end of the tour. Many legends surround the Knight's Hall with a table and chairs of various heights and a charming mini chapel.
Walk down the alley of linden trees and chestnut trees, cross the stone bridge to the spacious courtyard. From the courtyard you can go to the castle bastion from 1539. From there is a nice view of the nature of the Little Carpathians.
In addition to a tour of the castle, we recommend watching examples of birds of prey training, which are organized in the castle grounds. There is also a smaller zoo next to the birds of prey.