Beautiful baroque palace and gardens and park which celebrate and commemorate the military triumphs of Sobieski. Inside historic Polish treasures as well as frescos abound. Definitely worth the visit.
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Unfortunately when one is with a tour you are only allowed a certain amount of time at each location and this was one of those times that I longed for more time.
We didn't pay to go into the palace itself, but the ground are pretty fascinating here (though there is also an admission cost for them.) The building is well designed to fit into the surrounding gardens and vice versa, and makes for a pleasant place...More
One of the most beautiful castles in Poland. You can see most rooms inside this castle with many beautiful rooms, decoration and lots of paintings too. The park is also beautiful and you can easily spend a whole day there.
It feels very weird to me that you have to pay to enter a garden... Nevertheless its very beautiful, probably worth the price. So many newly weds having their photoshoot in there!
We ended up visiting the palace by chance after one of my friends had to go to the doctor located in the neighborhood. It was a really good visit at your own pace. The building is beautiful and it has a good collection of furniture,...More
The palace is beautiful from the outside with formal gardens as was the style in the 17th century with plenty of statues and fountains. We visited too early in the year for the gardens to be in flower. The interior contains a museum that was...More
Our visit to the palace started with a confusing bus journey from the city centre and that may have taken the edge off things. We had prebooked tickets online meaning we had a defined entry time but there appeared no rationale behind this as it...More
Although it says museum, the concept is touring through the kings palace (with a ton of things in display, all arranged in the palace) and the gardens. The tour in the palace is very nice and takes you back in time to understand what it...More
I am going to Warsaw for about 8 years and this is the first time I went to this place. I can tell you next time I am coming back. This place is realy charming. Great for relax, great for walk great for reading a...More