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Lidzbark Bishops' Castle (Zamek Biskupow Warminskich)

pl. Zamkowy 1, Lidzbark Warminski 11-100, Poland
+48 89 767 21 11
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The castle is very impressive. No kidding, if you in the region it is definitively worth the trip... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2017
Vancouver, Washington
What a beauty

This was a highlight of my visit to this region of Poland. Great architecture and deep history, I... read more

Reviewed 2 August 2017
Agnieszka K
Colonia, New Jersey
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pl. Zamkowy 1, Lidzbark Warminski 11-100, Poland
+48 89 767 21 11
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Reviewed 19 August 2017

The castle is very impressive. No kidding, if you in the region it is definitively worth the trip. We didn't take a guide, but had advantage of talking to the security staff. They were extremely friendly, pointed us to the most important items, and explained...More

1  Thank tzd60820
Reviewed 2 August 2017

This was a highlight of my visit to this region of Poland. Great architecture and deep history, I don't know which was more fascinating. Caste was built between 1350-1401 as a seat of the Warmian bishops, later going into the hands of Teutonic Order... The...More

1  Thank Agnieszka K
Reviewed 26 June 2017

This town is beautiful. It is worth it to see. In the summer, every Friday and Saturday you can enjoy jazz concerts in the middle of town.

Thank Izabela J
Reviewed 9 June 2017 via mobile

We popped in with two small kids just to give them experiences of seing a castle its own. We did have no much opportunities to reed all infos or look paintings well as kids were running but we loved the armor and axes collection also...More

Thank joo31
Reviewed 3 October 2016

The palace/castle of the bishop princes of Lidzbark Warminski has somehow survived more or less intact even though it is in the debatable lands between Russia, Poland and Prussia. It is a geaqt building and part of it is occupied by the Hotel Krasicki. Inside...More

1  Thank JacquelineGeorge
Reviewed 23 August 2016

old church in a castle. ,sometime concerts and other interesting high lights, nicely renovated.overlooking the city

Thank norbert m
Reviewed 10 August 2016

it is definitely must to see on Warmia and trail of Gothic architecture of northern Poland. They walls have still visible wall painting.

Thank Michalina L
Reviewed 22 June 2016

Been there many times and every time its an amazing journey. Worth visiting! Must when in Lidzbark Warminski.

Thank JPATCapeTown
Reviewed 31 May 2016 via mobile

It is free on Tuesday to visit so we picked the right day . First go to the cold basement and see sculpture of Bachus and a wishing well . There is a jail there as part of private chapel . First floor is all...More

Reviewed 30 September 2015

Hotel connects traditions and modernity. Interiors (rooms, halls, restaurant) are beautiful and clean. I recommend rooms with view on moat or patio. Breakfast was diversified and tasty, including ordered individually omlet or scrumble eggs. Discreet service activity and helpful .

Thank Elzbieta W
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