Kolobrzeg – place to be
Kolobrzeg is one of the largest Polish spas. It owes its fame not only a superb setting on the shores of the Baltic Sea, but also the discovery of sources of brines, which evaporated on Tezniach form the salt of the food. The town lies in a valley of the river Parsęta the Baltic Sea. Microclimate, peat deposits, saline spring, summer events attract thousands of tourists from home and abroad.
Rest in Kolobrzeg, you can plan for any time of year because each season has its own charm, when we find ourselves in this beautiful Baltic city.
During the summer in Kolobrzeg hosts many cultural events, recreation and sports and entertainment. The most popular include: International Meetings with Folklore and the Salt Fair, performances by well-known artists in the Amphitheatre, it is a frequent visitor Indii- Cultural Festival organized by people from different countries. For several years, the tradition has become a party to start summer, whose patron is one of the national TV channels. Kolobrzeg has a large number of monuments and places of interest.
However, not only in the summer in Kolobrzeg, you can spend time actively. Out of season it is here as compelling. The nearby forests are full of mushrooms and the fans of fishing, fishing cutter can proceed to sea. Very interesting form of recreation are special cycling trails.
In the air, especially on the beaches, rises valuable for the health of the aerosol particles of iodine and salt. Wind Kolobrzeg beaches enclose the dunes. There are not many monuments. The city was almost completely destroyed during World War II. After the war Kolobrzeg rebuilt, reconstructed especially the pretty Old Town. Spa status was given to the city in 1972. Today, a seaside avenue full of sanatoriums, holiday homes, B & Bs.
– 5-Gothic nave collegiate church of the fourteenth century baptistery bronze;
– Lighthouse from 1770, rebuilt after the war;
– Fragments of defensive walls of the ruins of the late Gothic towers: gunpowder and the prison of the fifteenth century;
– The neo-Gothic Town Hall built in place of the fourteenth-century structure;
– Seaside Park, the pier and walking the ruins of the ancient fortress;
– Monument to Polish Marriage of the Sea at the place where the marriage took place;
– Rotating cafe overlooking the sea and the surrounding area;
– Palace Brunszwickich;
– Bastion Fuse called Powder;
– Museum of the Polish Army;
– Monuments of nature.