1. Pszczyna Castle: Historical Wonders and History of Beer
Journey from Krakow to Pszczyna Castle, a thirteenth century gothic castle, later rebuilt in a renaissance style and adorned from the outside in a baroque style. The castle was once a residence of Polish Piast nobles. In 2009 the castle was voted as one of the "Seven Architectural Wonders of the Silesian Voivodeship" by the Silesian authorities and is often described as one of the most beautiful castle residences in Poland. Experience a guided tour of the castle and a transfer to the brewery in Tychy. Discover the secrets of one of the largest polish breweries and taste the most typical polish beer, Tyskie—the beer named after the city.