Narodny Zrebcin Topolcianky11 Votes
- Address: Parková, 951 93 Topoľčianky, Slovakia
- Phone: +421-376301340
- Tags: Family And Kids, Farm, Rides
Celebrate your love for the lovely horses when you visit the Narodny Zrebcin Topolcianky. The place known for its extraordinary horses is one of its kind which takes care of the horses in a manner that makes you believe in all the good that is left of the society. The stud farm has been maintained and kept in an impeccable condition that ensures that the place is never at lack of visitors from around the world. Other than experiencing the care that the staff here has for the horses the visitors can also come across the wonderful property and the history of the place. The place had been so popular in the past that it had been donated a horse from the great Queen Elizabeth II on her visit the astounding stable.
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- Rent a car/taxi from Zlaté Moravce via route 511.
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Narodny Zrebcin Topolcianky Reviews & Ratings
We were here during the open days and despite the many people, there was enough room for everybody. Plethora of food stalls and many toilets. The show itself was nice, good commentary made the waiting between acts withstandable. The only issue was not enough umbrellas on the stands, thus many folks had to rely on their own shading, or get burned.
Great part of Slovak history and great place for horse lovers. Must see place in Slovakia.
Was very nice, but very short visit. 2€ for about 15 minutes visit. Wasn't that impressive. No guides and no map where to go too.
Je to tu super.