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The place is interesting from both architectonic and military point of view. Its shape is a unique formation. The visit takes about 1 hour. The guides (wearing uniforms from historic times) are well informed and pass on the knowledge in an attractive and funny way.
Rich history, beautiful location and a grandiose scale makes this place worth a visit for anyone craveing adventures and fun way of learning history! Make sure you book a visit with a guide. Their vast knowledge and attitude makes half of the magic of this...More
One of top attractions in Dolny Śląsk region. Apparently the largest hill fortress in Europe. Superb views from the walls. Guided tours only. We had a very young and brilliant tour guide. It takes about an hour to walk through all available areas in pretty...More
Very interesting old fortress. I recommend guided tour so you can learn a lot of interesting facts and also experience for example the actual shot from old 19th century rifle (very, very loud!).
If you have teens they can enjoy the location even more: shooting...More
We visited this fortress on a very windy day which added to the scene. The view from the top was magnificent. Guiding was excellent however available only in Polish and no audio guides. There was a possibility to shoot with different guns, paid attraction but...More
First, when you take a guided tour around the place and your guide shoots inside the facility. Second, when you try your hand with a Mozin rifle at a shooting range. Nice experience but the tour was pretty short.
Fortress Srebrna Góra is a former military fort. It was built between 1765 and 1777 by Kingdom of Prussia. It's main part is called Donjon (= "bell's heart" from French).
It is often called "Gibraltar of Prussia" due to its foundation in solid bedrock. This...More
Definitelly worth a visit: we had a charming, knowledgeable guide with great sense of humour. The stories he told made us shiver not just because it's quite chilly under the ground (take some warm clothes!) The greatest thrill comes at the end of the "basic...More