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Serving as a royal residence and the site where the country's rulers governed Poland for five centuries (1038-1596), this castle is a symbol of the independent Polish state and today contains a priceless collection of 16th-century Flemish...more
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We visited the castle in May current year.
The castle is very nice, with great and valuable renaissance pictures, furniture and architecture. We visited the state rooms and private apartments, for both we choose the hour of entrance and the language of the guided tour...More
We visit the castle 🏰 during cloudy day and was exactly what I expected. We’re happy because was also some kind of military event. The cathedral was impressive and don’t forget to go under to see the catacombs with all that kings tombs . Also...More
Amazing castle. This is a must to visit. It is free entry in November as well. It has so many lovely Different parts to see including a cathedral and castle itself with headsets you can learn the history (there is a small fee for headsets)...More
This castle area is a collection of quirky buildings nestled together on a high point overlooking the river and makes a very impressive scene. It’s worth doing the walk around the base of the castle to get a good understanding of the scale and location....More
We went to the castle and paid our tickets unfortunately you need to buy special tickets to get access to all areas. Can't understand why we weren't allowed to take pictures in most areas which was a shame. The bell tower takes a bit of...More