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Pezinok (Hungarian: Bazin; German: Bösing) is a city in western Slovakia, about 20km from Bratislava, and a centre of the Small Carpathian Wine Route. It started out as a mining settlement, as gold and antimony were found in the area, but quickly developed into a wine-making town. To this day, Pezinok produces quality wine and the slopes of Small Carpathians it is located under are covered with vineyards. Wine-making is also celebrated during several festival and events, such as Vinobranie (celebration of the grape harvest) and Small Carpathian Wine Route, when all the wine-makers display their local produce. The city has also kept, and recently renovated, many of the origial burger's houses, which form a beautiful historic centre of the town, along with a park surrounding the castle dating to 13th century.
More information can be found at the city's website, available in English and German.
Pezinok is well-connected by the road network to Bratislava, Trnava and Senec, so getting in by car is usually the most convenient. There is also public transport in form of buses that connects it with these three cities, and villages along the route. Buses from Bratislava leave every 15 minutes in the rush hour and every 1 hour in the evenings. Trains operate between Bratislava and Trnava as well, and most stop in Pezinok along the way. However, when going by the train from Bratislava/Trnava, make sure your train stops in Pezinok, as a few express trains don't. Also note that the last train/bus from bratislava leaves shortly before 11pm and doesn't resume until about 5am.
As the city centre is small, walking is probably the most efficient way of getting around Pezinok, though a car will come in handy if you are visiting the more remote residential parts. There is plenty of parking available in and around the city centre.
The city haqs a well-preserved historic centre, with several buildings worth seeing: