Look at Bojnice from above

Do not miss this tower when visiting Bojnice.

(Source: TASR/Jaroslav Novák)
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The small town of Bojnice is not only about the spa, zoo, romantic castle and Prepoštská Cave. The most recent attraction is the lookout tower built in a similar style to the treetop path in Bachledova Valley.

It is 30 metres high and barrier-free. At the top, there is also a net where a visitor can walk. A novelty is also the rope attraction near the tower for children.

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