On the south coast of the Baltic Sea lies Kolobrzeg, a rare combination of beachy atmosphere and medieval architecture. Founded during the Middle Ages, the city survived the Thirty Years’ War and an invasion by Napoleon, but was devastated by WWII. Today, it’s a seaside spa destination that is also popular with outdoor adventurists, particularly for biking the European Route of Brick Gothic. Visit the lighthouse overlooking the River Parseta, stroll the promenade along Kolobrzeg Pier, or visit one of the area’s many wellness centers.
Things to do in Kolobrzeg
4 based on 357 reviews
Great food and comfortable surroundings however this was marred by children in the restaurant in the evening. There is a play area for children however children are not supervised, like most parents once the children are in the play area they ignore them consequently the children are shouting for attention and the parents are shouting back! not a relaxing place at all. Not the place for a romantic meal out or treat with a loved one!
The food was of good quality and plentiful, staff pleasant and efficient, did not return due to the noise, Children during day great- evenings no!
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Fishsoup very god, oiled fish taste like other bars around the city. Price level to high compare others bars. Xxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
4.5 based on 58 reviews
This is my favorite café in Kołobrzeg. The interior is charming and unique, with lots of lovely antique furniture that helps to lend a very European feel to the atmosphere. There's always great music playing as well. The coffee can be quite delicious. Blanca is definitely the best barista; unfortunately, my various espresso drinks were never made properly by any of the other young women. (I used to be a professionally-trained barista for several years, so I know my espresso!)The owner, quite hilariously, makes some of the worst espresso drinks, when you have the misfortune of her being behind the bar. She's not very friendly, but that's normal in Poland, where customer service is not a specialty. Despite the sticker on the café window advertising free WiFi, it hardly ever works. And in typical Polish fashion, when you complain about it, no one really cares; also, they can't be bothered to summon anyone to fix the router. In one particular 2 week period, the WiFi only worked once. As for the offerings, my favorite cake is the apple cake, served warm with ice cream and drizzled with caramel sauce. I believe there are sometimes gluten-free options available as well. Overall, a lovely café, but the baristas need better training.
4.5 based on 493 reviews
The food was rather average. Considering its location the prices were high. Wouldn't visit again. The interior was slightly depressing. However that's probably the aim. Friendly staff.
4.5 based on 198 reviews
If you like italian style pizza you will be pleased. I can reccomend pizza with white sauce and spinnaci. Besides pizza they have great meat, nice cocktails. Service is quick and you feel almost like home.
If you have enough of fishes you should visit this place.
4 based on 97 reviews
On the eleventh, and highest, floor of the Ark is a unique place – the revolving viewing cafe Eleven Club. In its sublimated climate you will find respite here, trying specialties of the house, such as wonderful cakes, ice cream and desserts accompanied by a fine atmosphere. In the cafe Eleven Club our baristas create all kinds of coffee with an exquisite blend of beans from the best crops in South America and India, which is characterized by a full, strong taste and aroma that creates a unique bouquet - primus omnium. The pleasure of sensations while drinking aromatic coffee is further enhanced by stunning views – the Panorama of the city and the Baltic in all its glory.
Great place, the cafe is situated on the 11th floor of the Arka Medical Spa hotel. Therefore, it has a splendid view and, even better, is rotating all the time. Great fun for kids and adults alike. The place offers only drinks and desserts, you can't eat a meal there, but what they have is good enough. Definitely a must-go :)
4.5 based on 173 reviews
Good food choices are limited in town. Couldn't find the restaurant the first night we went looking but the next day did. Was very impressed with the ham and vegetarian pizzas. Thin crust and tasty fillings. Great salad as well as mushroom soup to die for.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Along the beach Promenade quite a bit east of the lighthouse this lovely place appears. It's a nice stop for a coffee and some sweets or they serve the best beer the area can produce, Kolberg. The place has a unique decoration with a feel of good all times. On their website you can even check out their four rooms for rent that seems really interesting. I'll consider living there the next time I'm visiting Kołobrzeg.
4 based on 204 reviews
This is quiet little restaurant located in a cellar in Kolobrzeg marketplace. Food is is great. Place is decorated with souvenirs from around the world (name of the restaurant translates to "here and there"). We were Seating next to bookshelf with National Geographic magazines and travel books.
4.5 based on 297 reviews
Something nice and different in Kolobrzeg. I ate deer and was amazing. Restaurant has space outside in patio, rooms for smoking and non-smoking guests. Also fresh range of food.
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