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charming Castle. The rooms are nicely furnished, given a good idea of the then lifestyle. A huge park allows for a nice walk or bike ride. To top it all, there is a lovely small Skansen to add a plus to the visit. Highly recommended...More
I was very lucky to have a tour with only 2 more people, and our guide was a lovely lady Ms Basia. The tour took 2 hours and was very interesting so I highly recommend to pay for the service ( or at least buy...More
The palace in Pszczyna is really well worth a visit if you are in Southern Poland and is easy to reach from either Krakow or Katowice. It took me about 3 hours to work my way through and every minute was enjoyable. Make sure to...More
Historical castle with ferniture and aragment like it was in the past. In it's history the castle was a residence of Silesian and Polish Piast nobles, then the Promnitz family members (mid-16th to mid-18th centuries) and later the von Pless family.
Five of us visited this stunning “Polish stately home” with a guide. It started off as a wooden castle, then turned into a brick castle. Over the years it has become a stunning aristocratic residence. The guide was well informed and showed us all the...More
Great castle with its highlights based on 18th/19th Centuries. Grand gardens, beautiful rooms with their original decor and furniture.
Unbelievable collection of arms in the lower level of the castle.
A definite place to stop by and enjoy what history has to offer.
This is all great - fantastic building with great interiors. There are some dowsides, but only minor. First of all - castle is located on the western side of the old town in Pszczyna - best places to leave your car are either on Wojska...More
This is the most preserved Castle in the area as most others were looted by the Russians after the takeover by the communists. This has survived intact and is really good. The audio tour is not too long winded and takes you round 3 floors....More
I really wanted to get inside bcs te building is simply great, but:
1. there was no information where is the entrance or about tickets, nothing! just one door named "direction" orr smth like that
2. there was melting snow everywhere and in few minutes...More