Top 10 Things to do in Plock, Poland

January 12, 2018 Trinity Boughner

Płock (pronounced [pwɔt͡sk] ( listen)) is a city on the Vistula river in central Poland. It is located in the Masovian Voivodeship (since 1999), having previously been the capital of the Płock Voivodeship (1975–1998). According to the data provided by GUS on 30 June 2009 there were 126,675 inhabitants in the city. Its full ceremonial name, according to the preamble to the City Statute, is Stołeczne Książęce Miasto Płock (the Princely or Ducal Capital City of Płock). It is used in ceremonial documents as well as for preserving an old tradition.
Restaurants in Plock

1. Tumskie Hill

Plock 09-400, Poland
Excellent
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5 based on 98 reviews

Tumskie Hill

Reviewed By Bozeman-Dublin - Dublin, Ireland

Tumskie Hill is a lovely place to visit when in Plock. It makes a really nice walk, easy and relaxing. The views of the valley below are really pretty. You are out in nature very quickly and if you have the weather it makes a great afternoon.

2. Zoo Plock

Norbertanska 2, Plock 09-400, Poland +48 24 366 05 11
Excellent
58%
Good
31%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
0%
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1%
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4.5 based on 99 reviews

Zoo Plock

Reviewed By GabiFab - Plock, Poland

This is one of my favourite places in Plock. The zoo is clean and the animal enclosures are big. On a sunny day the zoo is a perfect place to take a walk and enjoy all the beautiful animals and the view to Vistula river.

3. Museum of Masovia

ul. Tumska 8, Plock 09-402, Poland +48 24 364 70 71
Excellent
65%
Good
30%
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5%
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4.5 based on 40 reviews

Museum of Masovia

Reviewed By bossyvossy - Richmond, TX, USA

This museum has a fine collection of furniture, artwork, some textiles, jewelry, glass, porcelain pertaining to the Art Deco era and owned by the Polish upper middle class during that time. The museum is five stories, and each one is more captivating than the next. Our favorite was the glassware. This is not to be missed. The staff was only too willing to elaborate and the items displayed. Admission is very reasonable, but don't remember exactly how much per person. Highly recommend

4. Plock Pier

ul. Rybaki 7, Plock 09-401, Poland
Excellent
35%
Good
47%
Satisfactory
13%
Poor
2%
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3%
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4 based on 81 reviews

Plock Pier

Reviewed By Agn_Gru - Reading, United Kingdom

This is quite new attraction for the city. In my opinion there was no sense to build it, but... Anyway Plock has own pier, quite narrow so with bigger group it is tricky to pass having some benches and piles in the middle.

5. Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Plock

Tumska 6, Plock, Poland +48 24 262 34 35
Excellent
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5 based on 14 reviews

Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Plock

Reviewed By Michał P

Katedrę warto podziwiać z drugiego brzegu Wisły. Podświetlona potrafi zachwycić. we wnętrzach również bardzo ładnie. Wielkość i strzelistość robi imponujące wrażenie. W upalny dzień, czuć przyjemny chłodek.

6. Muzeum Diecezjalne

ul. Tumska 3A, Plock 09-402, Poland +48 24 262 26 23
Excellent
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4.5 based on 12 reviews

Muzeum Diecezjalne

Reviewed By AgaTheBlueTiger - Hong Kong, China

It's been a great visit. One of the members of the staff guided us around telling fantastic story about the most interesting objects. The treasury is impressive, very rich and left me truly impressed!

7. Audioriver

ul. Rybaki 8, Plock 09-401, Poland
Excellent
86%
Good
14%
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5 based on 7 reviews

Audioriver

Reviewed By Adrianna F - Warsaw, Poland

Byłam trzy razy, za każdym razem było równie wspaniale. Muzyka, oprawa, visuale na najwyższym poziomie, no i ta Wisła w tle <3. Różnorodność scen i artystów sprawia, że o każdej godzinie gdzieś 'trzeba być', a nawet się roztroić. Oprócz samej plaży warto zobaczyć co się dzieje na mieście, gdyż tam od południa artyści rozgrzewają publikę, a dla wytrwałych tancerzy czeka legendarne już Audiopole, gdzie muzyka nie przestaje grać.
Jest też co zjeść, na miejscu jest duża strefa gastronomiczna, raj dla miłośników foodtrucków. Jedzenia w restauracjach w samym centrum raczej nie polecam, rok temu dowiedziałam się, że schabowy z ziemniakami mogą być niejadalne. Ot, typowa masówka odgrzewana w mikrofalówce.
Toie utrzymywane są w czystości jak na festiwalowe warunki, a jest ich na tyle dużo, że nie trzeba martwić się o kolejki. Nalewaków z piwem też jest bardzo dużo, pomiędzy Mainem, a Circusem ani razu nie koczowałam w kolejce.
Trzeci dzień festiwalu - SunDay to coś magicznego, przepięknie zaadaptowany park, już nieco inne, bardziej klimatyczne downtempo, cudowne światła, bańki mydlane które lecąc wprost ze sceny w górę schodów oczarowały mnie bez reszty. Idealny dzień żeby płynnie przejść z techno-raju do poniedziałkowej rutyny.
Jedyny minus Płocka to zaplecze noclegowe. Z roku na rok mieszkańcy podnoszą ceny za wynajem pokojów przy warunkach wołających o pomstę do nieba. W tym roku wybrałam Hotel24, wyszło minimalnie drożej, a przynajmniej mogłam liczyć na normalne warunki i porządne, ba rdzo smaczne śniadanie. Ewentualnie można zawsze liczyć na pole namiotowe, co kto lubi.

8. Tkalnia Zagadek Plock

ul. Bielska 17, Plock 09-400, Poland +48 733 006 446
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5 based on 5 reviews

Tkalnia Zagadek Plock

Reviewed By MarzenaPoland - Poland

Room's escape zawsze intrygują. Pierwszy pobyt w więzieniu i próba wydostania się z niego - trudne zadanie dla 2 osób w wyznaczonym czasie. Warto, polecam. Są tam również inne pokoje, bilety można zamówić przez ich stronę.

9. Bar Zacheta

Ul. Grodzka 9/1, Plock 09-400, Poland +48 24 366 13 84
Excellent
67%
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33%
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4.5 based on 6 reviews

Bar Zacheta

Reviewed By ex-potential - Winnipeg, Canada

Local "meat-market" with the ambiance alluding to the communist past. Apparently, Plock has a very vibrant music scene, unfortunately outside large summer outdoor events you need some guidance to find it. Zacheta is the place to start while talking to Slavic beauties. On some days , they have a second level open with dance music.
Tip: they serve some strange Bolivian drink called "Agwa" . If you try it , you won't be able to sleep, although you'll be able to do it all night - whatever you do.

10. Tumski Brewery

pl. Stary Rynek 13, Plock 09-400, Poland
Excellent
40%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
0%
Terrible
16%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 18 reviews

Tumski Brewery

A fine restaurant, bar, brewery in the main square in Plock. in Poland which has a fine selection of ales / beers brewed on the premises

Reviewed By Kirill352002 - Canton of Geneva, Switzerland

value for money, located on the central Plock square. family of Poles had some big family event next to us. food was simple and good quality.

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