Krobielowice Palace

Address: Wroclawska 21, Krobielowice, Western Poland, 55-080, Poland | Castle
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This castle is located on Wroclawska 21, Krobielowice.
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        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge


        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking


        • Room service
        • Kids activities or Babysitting

        TripAdvisor Reviews Krobielowice Palace

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Krobielowice

        The surprise part of the trip -- Wroclaw

        A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Sep 05, 2015

        121 photos

        Took the 3+ hour bus trip from Krakow to Wroclaw. Was truly amazed by the beauty of the Market Square. Enjoyed a couple of days wandering around the city and absorbing the sites.

        Now let's see if you can pronounce the city's name....

        Capital of Culture you say?

        A travel blog entry by aaronandjo on Sep 01, 2015

        33 photos

        ... 120,000 students (in comparison Berlin has about 150,000) so there’s a raging nightlife that gives rise to many cheap and nasty hens/bucks nights. With such a huge mass of students, there is a sort of radicalisation of the city with their new age phenomenas - street art, craft markets, openly gay couples and cold drip coffee.

        On our last night we made the trek to Wroclaw's Centennial Hall to see the Multimedia Fountain. In doing so ...

        City of Many Names

        A travel blog entry by maryandjeff on Aug 21, 2012

        51 photos

        ... The Poles won the battle but Poland unfortunately ceased to exist being partitioned later to Russia and Prussia. This heroic battle however is very important to Poles as it is a source of inspiration for the bravery that these people showed in their quest for Poland’s independence.

        One of the more humourous attractions associated with Wrocław are the tiny gnomes (Krasnoludek in Polish) that are scattered throughout the city. ...

        Soccer Still Sucks

        A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Jun 08, 2012

        1 comment, 18 photos

        Wroclaw, pronounced Vrats-woff much to my embarassment at the train station window, is allegedly the city that has changed hands most in Europe. Most recently, it was part of Germany prior to World War II when in was named Breslau. After the Polish borders were moved west into Germany after WWII, the Soviets moved the Poles that they were kicking out of L'viv (to make room for ...

        Poland is starting to redeem herself

        A travel blog entry by pjf000 on Jun 04, 2012

        39 photos

        ... that Poland had begun to show it was not just a land of mediocrity.

        Our one diversion before Wroclaw was the township of Swiebodzin, which lies 195 kilometres to the northwest. This small town of Poland had set their eyes heavenward and built one of the world's highest statues of Jesus. The body of the statue is 33 meters high, one for each year Jesus was alive, while a crown perched on his head measures ...