Rotunda sv.Juraja/ St.George chapel

Rotunda sv.Juraja/ St.George chapel

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Erika S
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Sep 2020 • Solo
Splendid views from this area of the old town and certainly my favourite spot to chill and take it all in. The chapel is closed unless you are on a guided tour but I believe that entry can be arranged in advance. The site offers an idea of where the ancient walls used to run, the Jewish cemetery is right behind the chapel and the North gate (the only gate left to this date) is just a few metres away. if you cross the road and climb a little hill, you get even higher to see the town. The view offers all church towers, vineyards, fishing ponds, even views of nearby Czech Republic. And you can enjoy all of that while exploring 'kalvaria'.
The only other place that offers better views of town is the tower of St Michael's church (located at the square) and entry is normally available from May till mid September during the weekends - check with Tourist information center in advance to avoid disappointment.
Written 4 August 2021
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Serena C
Cheshire, UK851 contributions
Nov 2019
You cannot go in but it has now been repaired and is worth viewing - it's close to the cemeteries and dates back to the 12th century. There is a guide which you can listen to on your mobile - scan in and Bob's your uncle! Over the road there is more to see...
Written 4 November 2019
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Matúš Vozár
Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia46 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
If you happen to appear in Skalica with your GF or BF,this is the place to go. Just a small walk,but especially in the sunset (probably as well as during sunrise) unbelievably romantic. We (me&GF) enjoyed it : nice surrounding,we just sat on a bench,watched the monument with the sun setting behind us...brilliant...
Written 7 August 2018
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