Devin CastleCurrently Closed
- Address: Muranska, 841 10 Bratislava-Devin, Slovakia
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +421-265730105
- Ticket Price: 4 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: View Point, Castle, Historical Site
Devin Castle - Review
Located at the confluence of the Danube and the Morava rivers, the Devin Castle dates back to the pre-historic era. Known for proving as a strong structure for the city’s defense mechanism from the early 1st century right up to 1809 when Napoleon’s army destroyed the Castle, today, the place serves as an icon for Bratislava’s intense war history.
- Exhibition rooms in the castle where you can see seasonal displays of the city’s history.
- View of the Danube from the Castle
Devin Castle Ticket Prices
- Adults: Euros 4
- Reduced (children, students, pensioners): Euros 2
- Family ticket: Euros 8, children under 14 years
- School groups: Euros 1.30 per person, at least ten children
Devin Castle Opening and Closing Hours
- Monday – Sunday: Last visit at 3.30 pm.
- Entry into the castle area only under appropriate weather conditions.
- Tuesday - Sunday: Last visit at 4.30 pm.
- Tuesday - Sunday: Last visit at 5.30 pm.
- Saturday – Sunday: Last visit at 6.30 pm.
How To reach Devin Castle by Public Transport
- Bus: At Hrad Devin
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Things to Know Before Visiting Devin Castle
95% of people who visit Bratislava include Devin Castle in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
51.36% of people start their Devin Castle visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Devin Castle
92.35% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Devin Castle
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Devin Castle, Bratislava Reviews
We cycled along the Danube to the castle. It was so crowded that we didn't go inside but enjoyed the view from outside. It was a nice ride, but right now lots of roadwork going up on the right hand side. Best avoid that. Lots of walnut and plum trees along the route. Take some plastic bags with you for foraging. Plenty of beer stops along the way. Good views of the city coming back down the river. Return to the city on the other side of the river. It's worth going down to the Apollo bridge and cycling across. If you want to shop, Au Park shopping center is very convenient before you cross the river. Less crowded than the other side. Much cooler and relaxed shopping area. Enjoy a cold beer beneath the UFO restaurant below the SNP bridge under the trees. Great view of Castle, Cathedral, etc etc
This is a definite must if visiting Bratislava. The first Sunday of each month they have a medieval fair which includes axe throwing bow and arrow shooting. There is a jousting show and everyone is in traditional costumes set in the time. This is truly a great place to take the family and to wander around. The castle itself is also very good to walk around it has a little Museum within the castle and is very informative. It also has breathtaking views of the surrounding areas including Austria.
Super beautiful, go there. Paid 5 Euro entrance, they have nice toilets and a drinking fountain. I recommend reading some info inside the cave-exhibition about the history. For example the place was blown into pieces by napoleon, and has been in the hands of many rulers.
Very interesting castle to visit and being further out of Bratislava there aren’t such big crowds to contend with. Free parking and nice restaurant at the bottom are a nice added bonus. Very interesting exhibition about the formation and history of the Slovak republic.
A very nice and calm place close to Bratislava city. A perfect destination for a weekend morning. One can take the bus service 29 or 129 from the city center, the journey - it's even a scenic one too- takes like 20 minutes. You can visit the historic Hrad Devin and walk a bit along the Danube. The site was a restricted area like 30 years ago, the border between Slovakia and Austria lies in the middle of the river. You can cross the Danube by boat, there are regular service to Hainburg, the nearest town in Austria.
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