The QUEEN Apartment is a self-contained, fully equipped 3-room apartment, 47.5 m2 with a balcony, located on the ground floor, 200 m from the Teutonic Castle. In very close proximity to the Castle Museum 500 m, Town Hall 50 m, Latin School 100 m, promenade by the Nogat River 350 m, St. John the Baptist 200 m, local shops 100 m, pastry shops. About… Show more
The QUEEN Apartment is a self-contained, fully equipped 3-room apartment, 47.5 m2 with a balcony, located on the ground floor, 200 m from the Teutonic Castle. In very close proximity to the Castle Museum 500 m, Town Hall 50 m, Latin School 100 m, promenade by the Nogat River 350 m, St. John the Baptist 200 m, local shops 100 m, pastry shops. About 400 m to the center of Malbork where there is a promenade with a fountain Plac Kazimierza Jagiellończyka. cafes, restaurants, bars. McDonald, p. 2 shopping malls, drugstores, pharmacies and discos.
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Amenities in the facility
Free public parking is available on site
Cable TV with applications: Viaplay, Amazon Prime Video, Player
double bed for 2 persons
2 single beds
bedside tables + lamps
wardrobe in the corridor
dining area - table for 6 people
double sofa bed (bed linen, towels)
· Cable tv with applications: Viaplay, Amazon Prime Video, Player
· Cable tv with applications: Viaplay, Amazon Prime Video, Player
flat screen TV
Amenities in the apartment
balcony dryer for clothes/pegs
Pets are allowed by arrangement
The surroundings and the view
view of the promenade
Features of the building
private apartment in the building
Family services and entertainment
What is nearby
Teutonic Castle in Malbork 200 m
World Park 500 m
Port Roundabout 2 km
Ravine Reserve Hungary 8 km
KP Olimpia Sztum 13 km
Municipal Park 13 km
Castle in Sztum 14 km
Vistula Museum 16 km
Café/bar Baszta 200 m
Gothic Restaurant 350 m
Sea/ocean Sobieszewo Island 35 km
Malbork Kałdowo Railway Station 1.5 km
Malbork main railway station 1.2 km
Gdansk-Rębiechowo Airport 52 km
Attractions of Malbork
1. Teutonic Castle - 200 m
The Teutonic Castle in Malbork is the largest Gothic castle complex not only in Europe but also in the whole world. It was built at the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries, and for a century it was the seat of, among others, grand masters of the Teutonic Order, rulers of Prussia and kings of the Kingdom of Poland. The building is divided into three parts: the High Castle (with a huge representative hall, farm rooms, a church), the Middle Castle (consisting of palace residential interiors) and the Low Castle (mainly external fortifications, towers, defensive fortifications).
2. The “Siege of Malbork” staging
One of the most interesting events that take place in the Malbork Castle is the cyclical, annual event "The Siege of Malbork". Although the main part of the event is a reproduction of the events that took place in 1410 between the armies of the Kingdom of Poland and the Teutonic Order, the event itself is full of family attractions. Every year in July there are fairs, workshops (including calligraphy, military arts, archery), tournaments and various types of shows (including knights, old dance shows, juggling shows, horse and artillery shows). Numerous stands with hot and cold snacks, drinks and handicrafts are set up in the Castle. History lovers will also find something for themselves: for several days of the festival, numerous lectures, workshops and lectures are held, attended by researchers and historians from all over Poland.
3. Church of St. John the Baptist - 190 m
Church of St. John the Baptist in Malbork is a modest, gothic church, which was built on the site of the thirteenth-century oldest temple in the city. Although the original church was destroyed in the middle of the 15th century during armed conflicts, several decades later the existing building was rebuilt. The brick building is characterized by a compact, massive structure, but its interior is particularly interesting, where you can admire, among others, bas-reliefs, Renaissance epitaphs, two magnificent altars and numerous sacral objects.
4. Nogat - cruises and canoeing
An interesting family attraction in Malbork is the possibility of sailing on the Nogat - a river that flows right next to the magnificent Teutonic Castle. During the cruise, you can admire not only the majestic building, but also the Old Town in Malbork as well as green corners and bird refuges. The cruises start from the water marina right next to the castle and last about 1 hour.
5. Dinosaur Park in Malbork
DinoPark in Malbork is a great attraction for families with children. Its main part is the 1,350-meter-long educational path, with over 40 huge, moving models of ancient reptiles. However, there are many more attractions waiting for you in DinoPark! Here you can see e.g. Dragon Park, Fossil Museum and Cave Village. For the youngest there is a vast playground in the Playland, and for the slightly older ones - shows in the 5D cinema, a rope park, an exhibition of 3D paintings and a laser obstacle course. A unique attraction of this place are the shows... training dinosaurs! They use the latest technology and robotics, thanks to which you can experience amazing effects and a great spectacle, where the animator will try to tame the dinosaur. DinoPark in Malbork also hosts numerous cyclical events (such as Night Sightseeing, Cosmic Battle, Witches Rally). The facility is perfectly adapted to the needs of disabled people and families with small children, and there are many places to rest and several dining facilities.
6. Outdoor Museum of Fortifications
The Outdoor Museum of Fortifications in Malbork is a path that leads through the city, including the remains of the old defensive walls and fortifications. There are as many as twelve points on its route, including: the Guard House, the Arsenal, the Pottery Tower, the Stable and the Latin School. During the tour you can see, among others: part of the defensive walls or the place where the medieval market was once located, which was the center of social life and trade. On the path there are multimedia points where films and presentations are broadcast, and the whole is made more attractive by the mascot of Malbork - Marianek - who tells the history of the city in a funny and simple way. A great advantage of sightseeing is not only the possibility of supplementing the knowledge about the city and the former defensive buildings, but also the fact that this attraction is completely free for all participants of the trip.
7. Kwidzyn Castle
Although the Castle in Malbork is certainly the most popular Teutonic building in the entire region, it is not the only defensive building from the Middle Ages. Just over 30 kilometers from Malbork, there is a beautiful, Gothic Castle in Kwidzyn, which was built in the 14th century. An interesting fact is that the buildings include the world's longest arcaded porch - dansker at a height of several meters - which is over 50 meters long. In the Kwidzyn Castle you can see, among others: an almost entirely preserved chapel with wall paintings from the early 14th century, as well as a perfectly preserved 15th-century Teutonic bombardment. The castle interiors currently house a museum with rich collections of numismatics, porcelain, medieval and Renaissance arts and crafts, as well as ethnographic and fauna exhibitions. An additional attraction for visitors is the archaeological exhibition, in which items from the Stone Age are placed.
8. Castle in Gniew
Lovers of architecture and visiting historical buildings can also go on a slightly further trip to Gniew (about 45 km from Malbork), where there is another medieval castle, today serving as a luxury hotel. Particularly noteworthy is the large SPA & Wellness zone, as well as saunas, swimming pools, hydromassage tubs, water attractions for children and brine graduation towers, which can be used by the guests of the facility. The hotel has luxurious, comfortable rooms, conference rooms and a restaurant that serves excellent specialties of Polish and European cuisine. The Gniew Castle also has many attractions for the youngest - there are sports fields, a large outdoor playground, bike rental and a marina from which gondolas leave.
9. Boulevards in Tczew and bridges over the Vistula River
Only 20 kilometers from Malbork there is Tczew - a small, atmospheric town famous for its beautiful Vistula boulevards. Promenades stretch on both sides of the Vistula, along which there are restaurants, bars, places to rest and playgrounds for children. A big attraction of the Vistula boulevards are the water trams that run regularly between Tczew and Gniew.
It is worth paying attention to the bridges on the Vistula River in Tczew and its vicinity. The most important of them is the road bridge, which was built in the mid-nineteenth century and at that time was one of the longest bridges in the world (over 830 meters long). Although the Tczew bridge is on the list of world technical monuments, there is a slightly younger and less representative Knybawski Bridge in the vicinity.
There are also many other attractions in Tczew. Worth visiting include Vistula Museum and the thirteenth-century Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross. In Tczew there is also a Dutch windmill from the beginning of the 19th century, a water tower that is over a hundred years old and a beautiful Old Town, which is the central part of the town.
10. Old Town in Elbląg
The history of Elbląg dates back to 1237 - it was then that the city was founded by the first master of the Teutonic Order, Herman von Balk. Today, Elbląg's Old Town impresses with its architecture and historic buildings. Interestingly, even new, emerging buildings are maintained in the old style. Within the Old Town there are many monuments, including magnificent, dating back to the 13th century, the Church of St. Nicholas, the perfectly preserved Market Gate (a remnant of the old fortifications and defensive walls) and the Church of St. spirit. Also very impressive is the so-called the church path, i.e. a narrow alley between tenement houses, which connects three historic temples. The Old Town in Elbląg is also the center of social, cultural and commercial life: within it there are shops, restaurants, museums, bars and beer gardens open in the summer season.
After seeing the Elbląg Old Town, it is worth going to the local Museum of Archeology and History, which is located in the building of the former Teutonic castle. Among the thousands of exhibits, the oldest European glasses from the 15th century, a medieval guitar (a musical instrument, one of only three found in world history), as well as armaments and militaria, the oldest of which are over 800 years old, deserve a special mention.
11. New Holland Amusement Park
The Nowa Holland Amusement Park near Elbląg is an attraction that will delight not only the youngest tourists. There is the world's largest pneumatic slide in the shape of a huge lion, which is almost 30 meters high! There are many attractions for children and adults on the premises, such as an ecological educational path, a rope park with two routes of varying difficulty, two bird sanctuaries (birdhouse and Flightless Island), a playground for children and several themed islands that refer to the style of the world's greatest monuments (Moai Island and Stonehenge Island). The Island of Illusions, the Island of Monsters and the Viking Village, where you can learn about the life of ancient Scandinavian warriors, are also very impressive. An interesting form of visiting some places in New Holland is a cruise by water bus. Within the complex there are also restaurants and small fast food bars, places to rest and an intimate hotel.
12. Museum of the City of Malbork
Sightseeing in Malbork cannot end without a visit to the Municipal Museum, which is located in a historic, merchant's villa. The museum specializes in temporary exhibitions, presenting e.g. works of art, documents, historic everyday objects and photographs related to the history of the city and the culture of the entire region. It also hosts numerous lectures, meetings with artists, art experts and historians, as well as workshops for children and youth, regular events, festivals and fairs.
13. The fountain in Malbork is one of the city's greatest attractions. It is located in the center, right next to the pedestrian zone. It is distinguished by music shows and light illuminations organized in the season.
Music shows take place at: 12:05 (after the bugle call), 15:00, 17:00 and 19:00. Duration is about 15 minutes.
Light show schedule:
April 15 - May 31 20:30 (historical show) and 21:30
June 1 - July 31 21:00 (historical show) and 22:00
1 – 31 August at 20:30 (historical show) and 22:00
1 – 30 September at 21:00 (historical show)
Attention! Historical shows are only held on Fridays and Saturdays.
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