Lesny Dwor Rezydencja
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Lesny Dwor Rezydencja Piwniczna
Travel Blogs from Piwniczna
... hoping to find Poland will be happy indeed. On the tourism front they've gained so much ground in the past ten yearsx, and they are moving fast.
We did visit Cerveny Klastor, the Red Monastery, on the Slovakian side. I confess, there was only so much detail on early Carthusians I could take, although I was fascinated by the guide speaking in Slovakian, our Czech companion Yitke asking her questions in Czech and speaking to us in English, with Anna ...
... world site is still the village church, complete with the Polish equivalent of hot dish supper. Somehow that makes it all the more special.
And oh look, it's a hill. Yep, 9%, I'd say that's a hill. The guide said about 3 kilometers, all I know is I stopped 8 times on the way up, and I didn't top a heart rate of 150 , YAY ME!!! The downhill, past horses helping families in the field, past couples taki˝g potatoes to market, was all worth it. ...
... you on the road during the day, very nice. Now we know a couple other points along the bike tour spectrum. Here the self-guided types have the routing booklet and map and luggage transport, just as we did in Denmark, but they also have the advantage of seeing a guide each evening, and possibly during the day for sanity check. And our guided group is small, we have no problem staying shorter or longer at various stops, but we don't have to worry about ...
... looks just ugly.
We ride down from the high peak and ride across the valley heading for the Low Tatra range a few miles to the south. Several fellow travellers have told us that the Low Tatras are much prettier than the higher mountains on the Slovak-Polish border We'll see if they are right.
Our road takes us to the 14th century walled town of Levoca. It's a pretty place. We enquire at a ...
... gate and into the castle.
Entrance cost is €5 (€4 for the old git) and is the best four quid's worth so far on this tour. The climbing continues up to the most intact part of the castle, the main keep.
Here there is a museum and a dungeon with medieval torture implements on display. This is thought to be the oldest part, and is mentioned in ...