Niedzica [ɲeˈd͡ʑit͡sa], (Slovak: Nedeca, German: Netzdorf, Hungarian: Nedec) is a resort town in Nowy Targ County of Lesser Poland province, Poland, located on the banks of Lake Czorsztyn. It is famous for Niedzica Castle, also known as Dunajec Castle, an important centre of Polish-Hungarian relations built between the years 1320 and 1326 on foundations of a prehistoric roost. Originally, the village almost exclusively inhabited by the Slovak ethnic group (part of Hungary, between 1939 and 1945 belonged to Slovakia) was in 1920 and again in 1945 affiliated to Poland. The town lies approximately 6 kilometres (4 mi) north-east of Łapsze Niżne, 21 km (13 mi) east of Nowy Targ, and 75 km (47 mi) south of the regional capital Kraków.
Restaurants in Niedzica
4.5 based on 194 reviews
The Niedzica Castle, also known as Dunajec Castle is one of Poland’s prime tourist attraction. It towers over a large water Reservoir with an impressive dam and an even more impressive and delightful view over the artificial lake.
It is still in great shape even though it lived in up through the 1940s.
Coming here was part of the rafting tour.
It was the first stop after rafting and there was time given to spend it as each one liked but unfortunately not enough to have both lunch and pay a visit to the castle.
We did manage to have a very short stroll to the opposite side of the Castle before lunch, but we were delayed at the restaurant since service was poor. The remaining time left was just for a few shots in a hurry on our way to the parking lot…not to mention that we were not totally sure where it was since we were dropped off much behind.
5 based on 68 reviews
Best way of seeing Polish and Slovak Mountains from the Dunajec river on the traditional boat. The boat houses roughly 15 people and you are taken for a 2 or so hour trip as the river meanders down through stunning views of the Polish and Slovak Tatras. Funny and entertaining boatsmen (known in Polish as Flisaks) tell the stories of Mountains and entertain, while leading you downstream. Only in Polish so translators may be needed to convey the stories. As you sit on a wooden bench for the duration, it does become rather unfomfortable after an hour, so taking a seat cushion is a must if you want to enjoy the views for the duration. Best to prebook with a local tour operator, who will provide transfers from Zakopane or other pick up points, and arrange a day trip (no meals included).
5 based on 8 reviews
A real old fashioned river cruise. The "boat" is comprised of five individual wooden hulls tied together and capable of accomodating 12 passengers. The "boat" is then moved by two individual polish boatsman much like the gondolas in Venice. A real treat.
5 based on 5 reviews
My recommandation, take a boat and explore lake and both castle and you won't regret. There are few options, smaller or bigger boat and short or longer tour. Whatever you choose I am sure that you will have great time. Price is affordable.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Sam park ciekawy. Niezbyt duży ale starannie przygotowany i zaaranżowany. W sezonie - trudno zaparkować nawet na tak dużym parkingu, jak ten po sąsiedzku. Nie podobała mi się ilość banerów i reklam na płotach-ogrodzeniu. Kakofonia jarmarcznych, nachalnych komunikatów w najgorszym 'Zakopiańskim' stylu - koszmar. A w okół zieleń, piękne góry, ładne widoki, perspektywa i nagle bach! wydruki wielkoformatowe, pstro-kolorowe aż oczy bolą. Fatalne wrażenia i niesmak. Ale może z czasem właściciele dojrzeją do bardziej wysmakowanej i wysublimowanej formy informowania o swoim biznesie i reklamowania go, kto wie?
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