Train takes tourists up to the castle of the bloody countess

Čachtice castle is trying to prepare a programme for every weekend.

(Source: TASR)

Čachtice castle, located in Trenčín region, has a new novelty this summer season. You can learn more about this famous castle and its beautiful surroundings with our Trenčín travel guide.

Traipse through a region tangled in tales of romance, torture and prestige with the Trenčín Region Travel Guide.Traipse through a region tangled in tales of romance, torture and prestige with the Trenčín Region Travel Guide. (Source: Spectacular Slovakia)

Tourists can travel up to the castle by taking a train named after bloody countess Elizabeth Báthory, who used to live in the castle.

“Despite the fact that this season is entirely different, unplanned and unprepared, as we are limited by some measures, we have prepared a new attraction, the Báthory train,” said Katarína Orthová, castellan of the castle, as quoted by the TASR newswire. “It commutes every day and brings tourists to us, so it is a beautiful experience,” she said.

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