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Chojnik Castle, Jelenia Gora

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  • Road 45 min with 4 years of child up completed successfully. The ruins of interesting. View super. Black trail of the rocks it is worth to go:D
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  • I was staying at Hotel Chojnik which is 30 mins walk away. Lovely forest walk to reach the Castle. There are information boards at the castle and a small leaflet you can get to explain in English. The...  more »
  • Our way to the Castle, we started from the hotel Chojnik. This road lasted about 40 minutes. The highlight of the Castle started back 10 minutes from the Castle, because the stairs which lead to him is a challenge:) The Castle has a magic power that helps move everyone in the days of his light:) we recommend!
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  • The castle and the view from the top are absolutely amazing and should be 5 stars, however, you have to get to the top and the road is meant to be accessible for wheelchairs and buggies, which is a joke, as I do not believe that anyone would be able to get there pushing a buggy all the way, not with a baby in it. Luckily we were there with small (and still quite light) kids, so were able to carry them while the other people pushed empty buggies, still with much difficulty up the hill on a bumpy and steep road. So just be prepared and don't believe them when they tell you it is accessible!
  • The castle ruins are the best place to see the surrounding area. You can climb the tower and get a bit of history before.
  • Very nice place to visit if you like castles. It haves an interesting history and excellent view!
  • Authentic castle experience. Many castles in Poland have restorations that defy their period; mixing renaissance with medieval, for example. Not this one! While ta few restorations here contain some bare concrete (main gate), they are from the sixties where it was more important to repair the castle after the war than to make it authentic.The hike is relaxing and not overly strenuous. Recently, a new cobble stone path was laid all the way to the castle gates along the easier of the two trails.
  • Not so bad castel