Tarnowice Stare Castle

Tarnowskie Góry, Poland

The first castle in Tarnowice was mentioned in the 14th century, but the current Renaissance style residence was built in the 16th century.

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Founded: 16th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Poland

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4.5/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Krzysztof Grunert (2 years ago)
The staff is welcoming and friendly. The place is great.rebuilt from scratch. Lots of history. But don't to a restaurant for coffee. cold and bad.
Pigull (2 years ago)
Nice
Tomasz Czarnecki (3 years ago)
No idea. There's just a piece of paper stating it is closed at 4pm
Karen Evans (3 years ago)
4* hotel in Tarnowskie Gory Poland. Excellent service and food, service was very good and plenty of it too.
Ernest Gikuma (5 years ago)
This is one of the best castles I have been to in Polska, what a grand job they did to restore a derelict property into a 4✨ palace.
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