The castle in Siewierz originally belonged to the princes of Cieszyn. It then passed into the hands of the bishops of Krakow. In the 17th century, the castle was captured and plundered by the Swedes. The building was later renovated. Today the castle is in ruins, but its elements are being renovated on an ongoing basis. For tourists, the castle is open to the public free of charge in summer, in winter you can only walk up to its walls. An interesting attraction is the drawbridge opened for organised tour groups, or the restored castle cellar with a permanent archaeological exhibition.
Information: The castle is 14 km away from the hotel. Visits possible from May to September, via the Tourist Information Office in Siewierz / Chamber of Tradition and Ancient Culture in Siewierz (ul. Kosciuszki 5, tel. 32 67 42 461, 32 67 41 649 ext. 23).
Opening hours: 10.00 am – 03.00 pm (Mon.-Fri.)
10.00 am – 06.00 pm (Sat.-Sun.)
Price list: free of charge
Location of the attraction: Tadeusza Kosciuszki, 42-470 Siewierz