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Tykocin Castle, Tykocin

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  • Famous castle, place where King Sigismund of Poland died (his Italian wife Queen Bona also stayed here), destroyed by the Russian army in the 19th century, now almost fully rebuilt. Really good restau...  more »
  • Brand new castle, with 600 years of history! Available with guided trips. Definitely worth to step in.  more »
  • Worth a 10 min stop - to complete the amazing history of Tykocin and area... In combination with the Church and the synagogue gives an amazing insight into Polish history.  more »
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  • Beautiful place - you stay at the castle! Awesome restaurant - regional dishes with some twist. No TV in the rooms but you do not need it anyway - a lot to see around. The price is fairly high for the offered standard though. Rooms are big so are the bathrooms, nicely furnished.
  • Nice food, nice guide, nice place for lodging. In the restaurant try dumplings with venison (deer meat). If you want room in the tower - remember: there is no elevator! ;)
  • fabulous place, fabulous people!
  • A +: guided tours; explore the tire because it is not much; the castle was rebuilt in private hands; from the tower you can watch the storks in the nest right at the Tower On-: not found
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  • The same place very interesting (the youngest Castle in the world), but it wouldn't make such impressions were it not for a colorful story of the Lord! Fabulous man with knowledge and humor he revealed couldn't rebuild the Castle and its importance over the centuries. It is worth to arrive! :)
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