If you enjoy visiting gothic castles then Malbork is a must see! It's the largest brick castle in Europe!! I enjoyed my visit with a tour group so we had a local English speaking guide. Portable audio guides are also available in several languages. The castle was built by the Teuton Knights in the 13th century but was almost completely destroyed in WW2. The Polish people went through the rubble brick by brick & rebuilt the castle to its former glory. Additional bricks were handmade using the 13th century technique to add in the restoration. There are several reasonably priced gift shops outside along with food & drinks available. The public restrooms are very clean & have a small fee. It's a beautiful castle & definitely worth the trip.
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