Devin castle, ruin
Ruins of a gothic castle. First mentioned in 864, many times rebuilt and destroyed in 1809. Some parts of the castle have been reconstructed in the 20th century and the castle hosts a museum.
Devínsky hrad (Devín castle), 864 Dowina (id est puella), 1320 castelanus de Devin
On a cliff above the confluence of the Morava and Danube rivers, on the southernmost tip of the Little Carpathians, elevation 212 m.
By public transport:
From the Most SNP by bus 29 to the bus stop Hrad Devín, then on foot to the castle.
Parking is possible on the Slovanské nábrežie directly near the castle.