Muzeum Zamkowe w Malborku, Malbork

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#1 of 89 in Historic Sites in Pomerania Province
Must see · World heritage site · Castle · Specialty Museum
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One of the largest castles in the world by surface area, Muzeum Zamkowe w Malborku was once home to an order of Teutonic Knights and today ranks as a World Heritage Site and national historical monument. After being nearly demolished in a battle during World War II, the castle has been completely restored. Besides the large number of knights that used the castle as a home base, Prussian kings from the 15th century also resided here until the 18th century. Wear walking shoes to tour the grounds comfortably. Consider combining your visit with a tour of the town, which offers historical sites from the same period. Add Muzeum Zamkowe w Malborku and other attractions to your Malbork trip itinerary using our Malbork online holiday builder.
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  • Very impressive, loved the time we spent here. I had no knowledge of this place until we toured it, and now I want to know more. Teutonic knights, I mean come on! What's not to love? It's very... 
    Very impressive, loved the time we spent here. I had no knowledge of this place until we toured it, and now I want to know more. Teutonic knights, I mean come on! What's not to love? It's very...  more »
  • Wow, this castle is huge (apparently the biggest in the world?), and it really takes time to tour it properly--or the parts you're allowed to tour. The audio guide gave a lot of interesting... 
    Wow, this castle is huge (apparently the biggest in the world?), and it really takes time to tour it properly--or the parts you're allowed to tour. The audio guide gave a lot of interesting...  more »
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  • Nice place to visit, easy to access by train. It takes around 45 min from central station. The castle is interesting, it is worth to see parts A and B, but the middle Castle is not worth it. I would recommend to plan you trip back, because trains are not often, so if you have already seen parts A and B then plan your trip back. There are affordable restaurants in the complex (for Swedish standards), the food is tasty and varied
  • Still can recommend a visit there it's impressive view but you can see it needs improvement to get back in its old glory. Still even in the pandemic a recommended visit around the castle. It's closed for inside walk.

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