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Jelenia Gora is located at the heart of the Lower Silesia and it's a perfect location to discover all the attractions of the region, such as: Nazi buil Riese Underground tunnels complex, Ksiaz Castle, Czocha Castle, Mount Sniezka and many more. There is plenty of restaurants at the main street with the good food quality.
Unfortunately, what is truly interesting and original about Wałbrzych (Ger.: Waldenburg) is unlikely to appeal to the kind of people who stay in Ibis hotels. Much as in most other Lower Silesian towns and cities, Wałbrzych has not been ruined by sightless building projects from the 1990s or 2000s. Rather, the architecture pre-dating post-1945 Polish administration has recently been renovated. The town itself is a collection of formerly separate townships and villages amalgamated under the Poles. The centre has two attractive town squares, Protestant as well as RC main churches, some imposing public buildings, such as the Court house, Post Office, Town Hall and apparently well-restored tenement houses (Mietshaeuse). To get an idea of the contemporary urban area's size and layout, it is worth taking a train from Wałbrzych Główny (i.e. 'Main Station') via the virtually disused Wałbrzych Fabryczny to Wałbrzych Miasto (historically not Wałbrzych at all but a small spa town). A person staying here without a car would need to either rent one or possibly try to get hold of a bike for the day (not that I imagine any such possibility exists here: the price of visiting a place unspoiled by the excesses of smash-and-grab [neo-]capitlaism is to have less access to the kind of services now taken for granted; maybe they can help in the tourist office situated on the Old Town Square [Pol.: Rynek Starego Miasta]). The famous Fuerstenstein Castle, wrongly used by the municipal authorities as an icon for the whole town, lies a long way to the north and is in fact right next door to the neighbouring town of Swiebodzice.
Wroclaw is a beautiful city which can be easily walked around. It is very clean and tidy and all the people we had dealings with were lovely. There's a great church in the centre that you can walk up the tower and the hard work is rewarded by fantastic views. There is a small shed by the entrance to the tower where you get your ticket, and it costs 5 zlotys to go up the 304 steps! It is a spiral staircase so not for folk who get dizzy easily! There's a lot of craft beer pubs and restaurants are plentiful. We did a day tour to lower Silesia from here and that was great too. There's a lovely river walk or boat trips if you prefer. There's a city walk where you find little gnome sculptures, they are really quite good!
This is possibly the most comfortable hotel experience you could ever wish for. Nothing is too much trouble. The ever-so-slightly over-attentive owner, Grzegorz is continually looking for ways to uplift and elevate your experience. The man is a perfectionist and this hotel is the focus of his passion. Looking after his guests seems to be the pinnacle of his expression in his pride in welcoming you to his hotel. So, it must be said again: Nothing is too much trouble. There is a very good chef and kitchen. Everything is prepared from fresh ingredients and cooked to order. The room was quite spacious and the bed soft and cushioning. (There is no air-conditioning, but this might only be a drawback in the height of summer.) Most guests should be pleasantly surprised. And the location is wonderful. You really do feel as if you have arrived in as peaceful and tranquil a location as it is possible to find in Lower Silesia. And for explorers, there are some very pretty and equally relaxing places to discover nearby. (Our 'discovery' was the dam and its lake [see the picture], ending up with ice cream and fruity beer at Fregata, overlooking from the opposite side.) Grzegorz was immediately on hand upon our return to make his suggestion of cocktails (personally, I find it difficult to ignore someone as enthusiastic as Grzegorz, and even more so when they're enthusing about cocktails), and we segued seamlessly into a blissfully unhurried evening of delicious eating and drinking. We felt spoiled. I'm sorry that we could only stay for one night. But now that we've had to leave, we feel extremely relaxed. And extremely lucky.
We can only review Szarocin, including the whole region of the hilly Lower Silesia with for example the fantastic monastery of Krzeszow, the mountain village of Karpacz and the basilica of Jelenia Gora.Instead of staying just 2 nights we should have planned at least 4 nights so that we could get to know the region even better.
Fantastic main square with some amazing coloured buildings and a huge array of restaurants. Brilliant prices for food and drinks, although eating just off the main square you'd often find the better quality food and an even better price. The main square is very close to the River making it easy to walk around and find some of the well-known spots. The city has plenty of Free-Walking which cover many topics, from Festung Breslau and the Jewish History to the 300+ Dwarfs located around the city, but also many tours which venture off into the many sights in the Lower Silesia region.
Excellent base for those who want to discover the treasures of the Lower Silesia region. Close to many local attractions and mountain trails, a cosy haven for hikers and explorers. Breathtakingly pretty in the autumn season; great for the fanatics of winter sports too. Znakomita baza wypadowa dla tych, którzy chcą poznać skarby Dolnego Śląska. Wiele lokalnych atrakcji i górskich szlaków w pobliżu, wymarzone miejsce dla piechurów i odkrywców. Przepiękne widoki zwłaszcza jesienią; polecane również dla amatorów sportów zimowych.
Wrocław is the best place to spend a weekend in Poland! The Capital of Lower Silesia's attributes include: city center - Rynek, atmosphere of Odra boulevards and magnificent modernist architecture, modern Polish cuisine and a GREAT SELECTION OF BEERS FROM LOCAL CRAFT BREWERIES. BEER POLISH CAPITAL!
Wroclaw is my favorite city in Poland. There are so many things to do here, and you have access to all of Lower Silesia from this point. On my most recent stay, I made a trip to MaluMika one of the only ceramic painting studios in Poland. It was a great experience, but be aware that you'll need a lengthier stay in order to pick up your pieces. Gniazdo is a fun little cafe on Swidnica near Teatralna that is trendy and fun. They have great tea and desserts, as well as bagel sandwiches. Getting around Wroclaw is easy. It's a very safe and walkable city if you're the type that likes to take it slow and see everything as a local. But the tram system is especially great for getting around the center as well. Be sure to check out all Wroclaw has to offer including the zoo, Hala Stulecia (great for ice skating in winter), multiple museums, and much more!
Amazing place that is one of the fastest growing cities in Poland. Full of history, many great places to see. People very friendly and you can fly from London by ryanair or wizzair so well connected and also big transport hub for other places in Poland, especially Lower Silesia which Worclaw is a capital of.
8.8 Fabulous 261 reviews
One of the best places of mine in Lower Silesia! I love it! One has to go there to see why I am prasing it so much. Location, location and location. The best part of it but the rest of the things are also really good. Very polite and professional staff especially in the Hotel restaurant. Big thanks to housekeeping ladies! The niciest housekeeping staff I got to know. Hotel, hostel, palace and brewery in one places.
8.7 Fabulous 695 reviews
We were completely bowled over with this accommodation, the staff was very attentive and friendly. The apartment was very clean,comfortable and very modern. We were reasonably near the ski hire and the slopes. The dining room was very spacious, constantly clean and had beautiful views of the snowed mountains around. The food was very tasty and plentiful with a new selection of dishes every day for breakfast and lunch/dinner. The spa facilities were very welcoming after day skiing, the children enjoyed the pool and we enjoyed the sauna as well as the treatments. We definitely will return again to use this accommodation.
9.2 Superb 154 reviews
The stay was not our first and will not be our last. The hotel is top line in all respects. Especially to note is the inspired kitchen and the excellent wellness area including a real useable swimming pool even for serious swimmers.
8.9 Fabulous 559 reviews
The sauna and the swimmingpool were both nice. Important is is that you allowed to keep your swimming clothes on while visiting the sauna. Nice view from the balcony. Dog friendly and even doggy bags are avaliable outside.
8.3 Very good 1,540 reviews
Amazing old castle hidden away in a rural setting. So much to explore. If you like history and all things medieval you will fall in love with Zamek Czocha oh and photo opportunities abound!
8.8 Fabulous 888 reviews
Lovely architecture of the buildings and decoration of the rooms, great spa area, very good restaurant and jazz bar! Very comfortable bed, slept like a baby :)
8.2 Very good 566 reviews
Aqua park and sauna are awesome! Play rooms for kids are pretty equipped. Dinners in restaurant were decent.
9.1 Superb 664 reviews
Both apartments were finished to a very high standard. Very warm, clean and comfortable
8.1 Very good 179 reviews
great place to stay, central location in a beautiful park. highly reccomended.
8.7 Fabulous 301 reviews
Perfect place. Super for climbing and running cross through the Mountines.
8.7 Fabulous 760 reviews
Everything was very good. The food exceptional and staff very friendly
8.7 Fabulous 485 reviews
Everything. It is not the first time I al there. Wonderfull
8.1 Very good 711 reviews
We had a great stay , everything was perfect for us
7.6 Good 1,204 reviews
Breakfasts, location, staff, room, swimming pool.
9.0 Superb 643 reviews
Exelaent staff. Very good breakfast and location.
8.7 Fabulous 1,180 reviews
Amazing breakfast, helpful staff, easy access
8.5 Very good 111 reviews
Magical place to stay in the mountains.
8.3 Very good 1,382 reviews
they let me use the fitness room 24h!
8.9 Fabulous 1,399 reviews
Breakfast! Big choice for super price
9.4 Superb 61 reviews