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Parks & Gardens
If you’ve seen the castle and have more time to kill in Malbork, walk south along the line of the river, past impressive remnants of the old city walls, to this square behind Hotel Stary Malbork...
Occupying an old red-brick building surrounded by market stalls, this unassuming eatery puts the emphasis firmly on wholesome Polish fare prepared fresh to order: pierogi, żurek (sour rye soup), gołąbki (cabbage r...
At the station end of town, this pizzeria-cafe serves up helpings of pizza, pasta, pierogi, salads and soups, including some decent vegetarian options, to a mixed crowd of locals and tourists.
Museums & Galleries
The fortress now operates as the Castle Museum and access is strictly controlled. Most of the rooms and chambers are open to visitors, housing dozens of exhibitions on various historical and archaeological topics.
Castles, Palaces & Mansions
Malbork’s blockbuster attraction is its show-stoppingly massive castle that sits on the banks of the sluggish Nogat River, an eastern arm of the Vistula...
Situated in an atmospheric cellar beneath the west wall of the castle, facing the river, this restaurant dishes up excellent, flavoursome Polish standards along with specials like Castle’s Pot Soup (pork and mushroom...
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