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“Beautiful views from the restaurant”
Review of Przegorzaly Castle

Przegorzaly Castle
Ranked #134 of 329 things to do in Krakow
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed May 28, 2015

A short bus ride on the edge of Krakow, worth seeing for the beautiful views. There is a restaurant with seating in a balcony and terrace around the castle where you can have a meal or just tea/coffee/cake and relax looking out over the scenery.

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Reviewed October 31, 2014

It is a 10 minutes drive from Krakow. Not known much to tourists. Its in the hills and over looks the entire city. It is the best view from the top of the city you can get with the lush green outfields on the other side. They have a restaurant which serves traditional Polish Food, and you can dine on the balcony over looking the city.

Ideal place for a Lunch on a sunny day

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Reviewed August 14, 2014

Przegorzaly Castle offers café and restaurant with a breathtaking view on Krakow and its surroundings!

Thank Barbara M
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Reviewed July 30, 2014

We went here for the view and lunch due to reviews I read on tripadvisor. So glad we did. We were staying at Andels hotel in Krakow so we took a taxi here and then called for one when we were ready to leave. It is about a 15 minute ride to this castle. It is not a castle to tour as it is used more as a civic area/education building now-there was a child's dance/movement class going on while we were there in the main lobby. You go downstairs to the restaurant which is very mod 70's style to me-very cute with a nice bar. It was a beautiful day when we were there about 2 weeks ago with a nice breeze so there was not a single person eating inside. There is an upper and lower balcony outside with table service. The lower balcony was my preference as each table has it's own archway so you feel like you have your own private window with a view, definitely makes you feel more like you are dining at a castle. The upper balcony was a normal open railing. We could see for miles and miles and it was so serene and calming just sitting in the castle setting and looking out over the rolling hills and river. The service and food were both excellent. Nice presentation and cooked to our preference. My husband started with a French onion soup which was not a beef broth base like we are use to but a much lighter base which was different but fabulous. He and our younger son had pork medallions with bacon wrap and our other son had beef fillet-all said they were tender and very good. I had a wild mushroom soup in a beautiful bread bowl, a vegetable medley in puff pasty and we all shared some creamed spinach and grilled vegetables...my mouth is watering now thinking about it. Don't go here expecting a castle tour, go to Wawel for that, come here for a relaxed afternoon, the amazing view and a wonderful meal. Small children may be bored here with a leisurely lunch, our boys are 18 and 20 and enjoyed it immensely as my husband and I did. Would definitely go back here on our next visit.

5  Thank Valerie M
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Reviewed June 15, 2014 via mobile

We went to the restaurant. Nice view from the terrace but inside a bit outdated. The lower restaurant has street lights on brick tables. Doesn't sit very well and staring in the light isn't comfortable . The bar however had something charming with the 30's style (I think). The staff was very helpful and spoke english. The food was okay.

Thank Herman B
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