Carpathian Wine Tour
Wine tour near Bratislava that takes you for wine tasting at local producer in Little Carpathian wine region is combined with a walk into the vineyards above the town of Svätý Jur. 3-hour or 4-hour tour by train from Bratislava into the real countryside.
Why to visit Little Carpathian Wine Region
Svätý Jur is a picturesque small town settled above the vineyards of Little Carpathian mountains, located only 15 kilometers north from Bratislava city centre. Cozy atmosphere and history of this place make it a perfect destination for a short trip from Bratislava.
You can choose from two versions of this experience. Carpathian Wine and Walk Tour (3 hours) is a private wine tasting at local wine cellar with a walk into the vineyards. Carpathian Wine and Bike Tour (4 hours) is an adventurous journey into the vineyards on e-bicycles with wine tasting in the same renaissance house.
Easily the most unique tour I have been on ever. You can only see so many churches, castles and palaces. Seeing the recent socialism past was a very different and eye-opening trip through Bratislava. This is what Bratislava is all about. Truly enjoyable and overwhelming.
This was without doubt the best guided experience I have had to date. Juro did an fantastic job – both knowledgeable, enthusiastic and able tailor the experience to us. I give my highest recommendations to Authentic Slovakia.
It was a fascinating trip through this dystopian architects’ playground, and a really interesting look at how a small city like Bratislava has coped with the onslaught of communism and the effects of sudden urbanisation and centralized planning.
3 hours (Wine and Walk)
4 hours (Wine and Bike)
Availability: all year round, depending on weather conditions
Transport by train*, private tour and wine tasting with local English-speaking producer Michal Bažalík,
electric bicycles (Wine and Bike Tour)
*If you prefer transport by car with our guide, we are happy to do this for extra 50€ (1-3 pax) / 80€ (4-8 pax)
Time: according to agreement
Price per person
Wine and Walk Tour
(by 2 guests)
(by 3 guests)
(by 4+ guests)
Wine and Bike Tour
(by 2 guests)
(by 3-5 guests)
Transport by train is included.
Passenger car: 50€ per group (1 - 3 guests)
Minivan: for 80€ per group (4 -8 guests)
| you take a train from the Bratislava Central Station to Svätý Jur (15 minutes)
| our local partner, wine producer Michal Bažalík meets you at the train station and drives you a few minutes to the location
| walk into the vineyards above Svätý Jur with perfect views, first wine samples and history, 1 hour (Carpathian Wine and Walk Tour)
| ...or adventurous journey on electric bicycles into the vineyards above Svätý Jur, 2 hours (Carpathian Wine and Bike Tour)
| wine tasting (7 samples) with a local snacks in the wine cellar of the renaissance house, 1 hour
| train journey back to Bratislava Central Station
Please note: standard version of this tour is based on your train journey (train tickets are provided and included in the price) from Bratislava to Svätý Jur and back. Our local partner, wine producer Michal Bažalík will take a good care of you in the location. If you prefer transport and pick-up from your accommodation or from the city centre with a private vehicle and our English-speaking guide, we are happy to do this for additional 50€ (passenger car up to 3-4 people) or 80€ (minivan for 4-7 passengers).
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Not decided yet? Take a look also on our other tours in Bratislava
Post-Communist Bratislava Tour: tour in a classic Škoda car around communist-era highlights of Bratislava
Bratislava Identity Bike Tour: cycling tour from Bratislava Old Town to Petržalka socialist district and new developments
Devín Castle Tour: visit the legendary Devín castle and Iron Curtain border zone near Bratislava
Carpathian Castle Ruins Tour: visit medieval castle ruins settled above the Carpathian forests
Village Pub Crawl: alternative tour to explore authentic local pubs in Záhorie region
Working Class Food Tour: walking tour beyond the Bratislava Old Town with tasting workers' cuisine in retro spots