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The castle has been renovated and looks like brand new , the location is really nice and you can walk around and visit it , not far from this there is a good hotel and at a walking distance you can see and visit other...More
We have planned to visit the castle for many years. It has been restored privately from a ruin to lovely picturesque castle worth visiting. To make the journey possible we hired a car car from Joka, and with the help of sat nav managed the...More
Connected to a nearby hotel, Boblice Castle has been completely rebuilt and restored. A small museum is located inside with some furniture, armor and weapons, plus the obligatory torture devices. Very few of the items are actually from the castle since it was a complete...More
We got there in the afternoon, climbed through the nice rock bride and wanted to enter the castle. The guy at the entrance sent us to a small wooden stall to buy tickets. We tried to ask if we can pay with card or if...More
I've been busting to see the fully restored Zamek Bobolice since I first moved to Poland. Two years later and it finally happened. The reason for the wait lies simply in not being able to find an easy public transport connection from any cities nearby....More
Zamek Bobolice is a totally restored and very beautiful castle located in the Eagle-Nest trail, between Czestochowa (he most important pilgrimage place in Poland) and Krakow (the historical capital of Poland). In fact, it is one of some castles located in this route, in the...More
From Czestochowa in car the ride is pleasant and on the way we come across scenic landscapes dotted by massive limestone rocks and castles which are known as the Eagles’ Nests as some of them are perched on limestone cliffs.
Bobolice is simply gorgeous!
Actually, It's a fascinating view when you arrive to see this middle-ages castle above trees but when you are closer it looks maybe to "new". The most part of materials used to build it are the same than original one but some details looks "too...More
completly renovated - rebuilt on its ruins looks excellent. the castle and its surroundings are very good area for walks and biking. you can visit the castle inside or take 30min walk to another castle - Mirow which is still ruined