The Trenčín Castle is a castle above the town of Trenčín, housing exhibitions of the Trenčín Museum. History of the castle goes back to the age of the Roman Empire. A Roman regiment left an extant mark here, calling their military encampment “Laugarito,” Roman Camp.
First mentioned in 1067 as a royal Hungarian sentry fortress, it was gradually augmented until by the 15th century it dominated the northern reaches of the Hungarian Empire.
The Matus Tower was built by the family of Matus Cak of Trencin sometime in the 14th century. It is extremely well preserved.
I got off the lower world through this hill.
Today there are installed exhibition rooms and many museum’s expositions inside the castle.
Trencin Castle and the town were heavily damaged by fire in the late 18th century, and in 1905 the castle was donated to the city.
The town of Trenčín isn’t a big town but clean and peaceful. I love this town. People are friendly and gentle. After this, stayed in a hotel of the city, I went to Devín Castle next morning.