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The Bojnice Castle received prestigious certificate

TripAdvisor certificate is granted based on travellers’ evaluation.

Bojnice Castle(Source: Jana Liptáková)
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Bojnice Castle has recently received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, which is being granted for the seventh year, as credit for tourism facilities.

This acknowledgement is a tribute for facilities enjoying high appraisals and evaluations from travellers, Heather Leisman, TripAdvisor vice-president for industrial marketing told the MY Prievidza regional newspaper.

“The websites falling under the TripAdvisor brand comprise the biggest travellers’ community in the world,” said Bojnice Castle spokesperson Petra Gordíková, as cited by the newspaper.

“This global traveller and tourism website is visited by millions of fans interested in learning interesting tourism destinations,” said Ján Papco, head of the Bojnice Museum (a branch of the Slovak National Museum), as quoted by MY Prievidza. “It's visitors who leave their knowledge, experiences, opinions concerning the quality of services, exhibitions and events. So it's visitors alone who issue this evaluation of ours, and we are the more happy about the certificate.”

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