Lidzbark Warmiński

Lidzbark Warmiński

Check-in date 02. 10. 23
Check-out date 03. 10. 23
Lidzbark Warmiński

Lidzbark Warmiński from 1350 to the 19th century was the capital of Warmia and formerly its largest city. The city was the center of faith and culture in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, often, which is why they were called the Pearl of Warmia. For a long time it was under the rule of the Warmian bishops.


It was also a significant economic center second only to Braniewo in Warmia. In the city there is a castle of Warmian bishops, which for high artistic and historical value on a global scale, was considered a historical monument, formerly included in the monuments of the "0" class (according to the historic classification of monuments).

The Warmian Bishops' Castle together with the castle, bastion and tower - one of the most valuable monuments in Poland. It is the best preserved building in the lands of the former monastic state, although it never directly came under the control of the Teutonic Knights.

Distance: 53 km

Time: About 45 min

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