Occupying a captivating coastal location and famed for the healing properties of its mineral enriched waters, the port town of Kolobrzeg is a thriving city emerging onto the tourist scene. 12km of silken sands compliment an atmospheric centre in which historic monuments abound; verdant expanses punctuate the centre, providing even more areas in which to relax and revitalise. Indulge in the restorative treatments of one of the town’s many spas to ensure you leave feeling revitalised and rejuvenated.
Kolobrzeg is rich with stunning sights that bear witness to an illustrious past; the Kolobrzeg Basilica stands resplendently in Gothic glory, and its red brick façade and squinting windows exude a decidedly industrial air. The dominant spire emits a green hue that appears particularly ethereal during a sun set.
One of the city’s most iconic attractions is the Brauschweig Palace, whose soft pink façade and rich decoration is reminiscent of confectionary. The building’s intriguing history can be discovered in the excellent museum within, collections of which glitter with opulent treasures and regal jewels.
Those interested in war and weaponry will be delighted by the captivating collections with the Museum of Polish Arms; housed in an opulent historical building, the exhibition documents a rich history of armoury by displaying artefacts that date back to the 12th century.
Enjoy the rich and robust flavours of typical Polish cuisine at the Grill House Wichlacz, a unique restaurant that seamlessly combine the rustic and the refined. High vaulted ceilings and modern furnishings create an elegant atmosphere in which to enjoy juicy grilled steaks and traditional accompaniments. Perłowa 2, 78-100 Kołobrzeg, Poland)