Natural History Museum
Originally built in 1341 as a stronghold against the Tartar incursion, the castle was extended in the 16th century and embellished...
Three Crosses’ Mountain
The path to the right slightly uphill from the parish church, leads to the Three Crosses’ Mountain . If you’re coming from the...
Museum of Goldsmithery
The tiny Museum of Goldsmithery seems overpriced for its size, but some of the gold and silverwork collection is captivating. Jewellery...
In a solid wooden building with a high-ceilinged terrace, Kwadrans demonstrates a love of clocks and heavy food. There are slim pickings...
Lonely Planet review
The Natural History Museum is housed in a large, finely restored granary from 1591. Though there is little information in English, kids will enjoy seeing the range of birds, animals and insects (albeit stuffed). Of particular interest is the video showing the process of taxidermy (animal stuffing, which, it turns out, is far less gruesome than it sounds) and a busy beehive whose occupants are blissfully oblivious to the fact that they live in a Big Brother beehive. Note the intricate wooden structure supporting the roof on the top floor; it’s an exquisite example of 16th-century engineering, joining beams with pegs rather than nails.