The interior of the castle is enrichen by galleries decorated with colonnades which look magical at night when the pillars cast their shadow in the moonlight.
The castle is pretty well preserved, however, it maintance depends on a group of local enthusiasts.
The present entrance door and the whole admission area were built around 1820.
The castle is located on a beautiful hill near the locality of Desinic. The pentagonal tower was built in the 12th century, while the semicircular towers, which render complete beauty of the castle, were built in the 15th and 16th century.
The local wine road, same as in the rest of Zagorje region, is well marked and you can't lost your way. Just follow the signs which lead you to the local restaurants with excellent and inexpensive food. Do not miss to taste the wine which, although sourish, fits very well with the food.
The church in townlet of Pregrada, built in the beginning of the 19th century in neo-Classical style, is dedicated to The Assumption of Virgin Mary. Its twin belltowers, the highest in whole Hrvatsko Zagorje Region, rises up 45m, therefore it is called the Cathedral of Zagorje.
The church contents valuable frescoes and in particularly the organ from 1834.
Favorite thing: Desinic is small townlet situated nearby town of Krapina. The only interesting spot in Desinic, besides the variety of hills and woods, is the parish church.