Hotel Kopernik

Address: ul. Koscielna 2, Frombork, Baltic Coast, 14-530 , Poland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on ul. Koscielna 2, Frombork.
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Travel Blogs from Frombork

The Finale

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 13, 2014

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... brush my teeth and jump in the shower. Feeling much more human, I changed clothes and headed off to the whole reason I was in this town: Malbork Castle.

Malbork Castle was the headquarters of the Knights of the Teutonic Order. Marienburg, as it was known back then, started life as a normal castle in the 14th century. But after the Holy Land was lost to the Muslims, the Order’s crusading focus had shifted from the Middle East to the Baltic. The ...

Train to Malbork

A travel blog entry by jackandkate on Sep 26, 2013

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... human hands. It is huge and we walked around with our ipod guides. In 1280 the castle was hone to the Teutonic knights and later the King of Poland. We had lunch at the castle a medieval polish spit roast and Kate had a polish pancake which was delish! We took the train back to Gdansk and relaxed. OMG the castle was so big LOL Jack spit roast Kate ricotta filled pancake with apple and raspberries Steps 18,050 - 12.99 km ...

Going Teutonic

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Sep 26, 2013

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... guide. With our belief that guided tours are more evil than a James Bond villain the latter was a no brainer. The audio guides allowed us to cruise through at our own pace skipping the uninteresting parts while focusing on finding out the answers to the lesser known historical queries such as "Were medieval toilets comfortable?" ... You know, the important stuff.
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Communism to Castles

A travel blog entry by marram on Sep 18, 2013

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... day touring which is when we went to Westerplatte and learned about the 7 day battle was the day I rode a pirate ship! Yes a pirate ship! We found it the night we arrived but just joked around when saying we should ride it. It was very realistic. The guide operated it by steering the helm and of course there were cannons and a look out tower and just everything you would expect on a pirate ship. Food was served but I again didn't want to pay.
Later that day, we took a ...

Two Sundays in one week.

A travel blog entry by frankieg on May 31, 2013

I went to the castle and I spent 5 hours there it is completely fantastic. As I was going for breakfast I meet the couple I was on the guided tour with in Gdansk the day before.

I have had a bad dose of food poisoning which is a complete downer when travelling. The trouble is in the evening there is only the resaurant ...