Relaxing trip 40 min away from Warsaw. Impressive pice of Polish history. The palace and garden weren't destroyed during the war. Worth visiting
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Short drive from Warsaw we come to Nieborow a very interesting place to visit. The Palace is the main purpose of this visit. A visitor can see nice collection of paintings, carpets, rugs and ceramics. Close to the Palace is a stable of the horses....More
Staying in nearby łowicz for a few days ,friend took me to palace,after seeing the fabulous interior & history inside we took an autumn day walk round the grounds,wonderful old hollow trees ,statues & lake ,it must be wonderful in summer.
Situated somehow off the beaten track, this place is really worth a day, or at least half a day if you happen to be near Lodz. Outstanding from many viewpoints, what impressed me most was the blending of different architectural styles inside, some as old...More
Nieborow is located about 40 min drive from Warsaw by A2. easy access the palace is truly impressive with rooms with original finish anf furniture the most remarkable is a stairs hall plated with hundreds of Dutch handmade plates. acceptable family ticket price we did...More
We were on a private tour and stopped at the Mozart House, this palace, had lunch across the street from this palace then when to St. Maxamilian's Monastery. This was a wonderful day. The palace in Nieborow is in very good shape, and you can...More
We visited the palace and Arkidia Garden on our way to Lodtz. The palace is a fine example of the by gone years of Polish nobility full of beautiful furnishings and art. Well worth seeing.
This palace is quite a way out of the city of Warsaw and we visited it as part of a private tour. It is well worth a visit as it is very well preserved and shows how the Polish nobility used to live.
If you are interested in seeing how Polish noble families have lived in the past - that's a place to go! Tickets for the palace and two big parks cost 20 pln for adult. If you visit with children you may go for the family...More