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Grodno Castle, Zagorze Slaskie
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  • There we approximately 5 km from the castle ruins happen to be a room had, we took these ruins next to the over ride. The entrance fee was I believe 12 PLN / nose, the ruins offers to the feel with the Flterkeller, the courtyard with fountain, some of the rooms and the Tower back to the tour. Caution because there is a section up to the tower with a pretty steep staircase, this has to overcome, you will find at the top on the tower with a beautiful view. In summer, as many tourists will come, now in the winter we were the only ones who went astray here. But, the castle is open to visit.
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  • Picturesque ruins. At the foot of the lagoon and swimming in the summer. Unfortunately, the guides very average. Toilet on the outside-you have to overlap. The food there is but horribly vain.
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  • Guide to may not earth shattering, but a few interesting stories told. You do not need to pay the additional charge for the Guide. View from the Tower getting a. Very cool approach to the Castle from the Lake Lubachowskiego. Lake Park children's playground and a suspension bridge. But I would advise against these route for families with strollers, the Council can not ride up and you have to cart you just carry.
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  • The setting of the castle is awesome, with the walk up the hill being the nicest part of the visit. But the place seems to be run for a quick profit. The castle has little to offer, no visible efforts to renovate it, displays are pitiful. Though there is a restaurant, but the price-quality ratio is pretty bad. They don't even bother to install proper toilets (there are some very stinky portable loos that they were forced to offer to be able to operate). Keep cost down, charge steep fees. To get there you also need to pay to cross the little bridge. Honestly? Get into your car and visit some castles in Czech - much better experience.
  • Great castle, but many rooms are ruined and not that many open. Great place to climb is the tower. Great mountain view opens there.
  • This is such a fascinating place! If you're into history (or even if you are not and just want to climb a castle tower), you would really enjoy looking at the ruins of this 13th century castle. The torture room (with its weapons of medieval torture) was especially interesting and gives lots of insight into the lows of human nature.
  • So crowded but it's worth of seeing it.
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