Tip for trip: New lookout tower at Devínska Kobyla

Its location offers views of Austria, the Czech Republic and Hungary.

(Source: TASR)
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In Devínska Kobyla, a popular tourist locality in Bratislava which is possible to explore with our Bratislava travel guide, a new lookout tower opened in the compound of a former missile site.

It is 21-metres high, so it is comparable with a seven-floor building. Visitors need to conquer 112 steps to reach the top.

Its location offers views of Austria, the Czech Republic and Hungary. It has the shape of a mantis.

“The lookout tower has the potential to become another significant touristic attraction of Slovakia and Bratislava,” said Dárius Krajčír, mayor of Bratislava borough Devínska Nová Ves, who is behind the idea of the tower, as quoted by the TASR newswire.

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