€5 each for senior citizens was a very good price. Interesting castle with some lovely views. Enjoyed the festival museum
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If someone wants to visit a medieval castle in slovenia, ptuj castle is the most representative one. The ticket that allows you to visit the inside rooms (carnival masks, musical instruments was rather cheap, etc.). You may spend two or three hours visiting all above...More
Lovely walk up to castle, great views over various areas of the city. Lots to see & explore, cafe for relaxing in, benches& tables by ticket counter. A nice outing. The sun was shining, nice & warm, couldn't ask for anything more.
Again it is a pleasure tovisit sights in Slovenia. Informative, well organised. One gets to know the history of the castle, how it went through changes and renovations throughout the centuries, the history of the families who own it. Also there is an interesting exhibition...More
Collections in an old castles are very interesting and different. Rooms have interesting furniture, local art collections, some presentation of Carnival masks called kurenti, musical instruments and more. View from the castle is perfect. Buildings and ramparts need some more care.
Reasonable price (6EUR) to see an awful lot of history and interesting items related to the castle and surrounding area. We saw an exhibition about masks and festival costumes which was very interesting. The musical instrument exhibition had interactive examples of the instruments. Cafe prices...More
This castle stands majestically above the town. We were on a group visit and had guides who gave us the history. They were very knowledgeable about the history and spoke excellent English. There are lots of rooms in the castle to see with very old...More
We went early and had the whole castle to ourselves (speak of feeling like a king...) The collections are interesting and well displayed with informative notes in English. The only reservation I have is the room where the weapons collection is held. These items were...More
We only went because it was raining and were glad we did. A real mix of exhibitions of which we really liked the carnival costumes, the inside of the courtyard looked quite different to what I expected from seeing it from below. Has a cafe,...More