English-language tour in Bojnice castle without previous booking? It is possible in summer

Museum has guides speaking English, German, Spanish, Polish and Russian language.

(Source: Radovan Stoklasa, TASR)
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The Slovak National Museum – Museum Bojnice prepared a rich programme for children, for those who liked to be scared or for foreigners visiting Bojnice during the summer.

In the summer it is not necessary to book an English-speaking guide in advance.

“The museum offers guided tours in English on every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,” said cultural-marketing manager of SNM – Museum Bojnice, Petra Gordíková, as quoted by the TASR newswire.

English-speaking guides are available at 10:30 and 13:30 during July and August. At another time, it is possible to have a guided tour based on reservations.

Museum has guides speaking English, German, Spanish, Polish and Russian, Gordíková added.

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