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Ogrody Kapias

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tzd60820 wrote a review Aug 2019
Vancouver, Washington361 contributions215 helpful votes
Great bread gardens. We visited on a sunny Friday day. The (free) parking was packed, but the gardens are so big that crowd was dispersed though-out the area. On a sunny day it is essential to rest in a shade, sine there many different styles of gardens and the walks are plenty. We were happy to find a lot of hidden branches everywhere, in a shade, under something, tree-tunnels, vine roofs/arches and so. Great place for kids with hideouts, maze, play-ground and trails. Restrooms/WC are on both ends of main path. We liked all, but the best was Italian Garden, old village garden, and romantic garden. Everybody finds something it will like. At the end (at the main entrance) there id nucę cafe/Restaurant with huge patio/outside seating and plenty seats inside. It is design to take care of big crowd. Beautiful colors, incredible garden solutions, excellent maintenance!!! It is hard to believe that such a great attraction is for free.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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TassieTravellers99 wrote a review Jun 2019
Launceston, Australia3072 contributions936 helpful votes
This amazing garden is located five kilometres south of the town of Pszczyna. It is extraordinary to think that these gardens are free entry. There were numerous themed sections including some gazebos, a pine garden, an English garden and a clever Italian terrace with paintings of the Italian countryside in the fake windows. There is a small genuine labyrinth. There are a couple of elevated viewpoints which offer a lovely perspective over the gardens. The condition and attention to detail makes this immaculately presented garden a must see.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Slavyana G wrote a review Apr 2019
Krakow, Poland287 contributions72 helpful votes
Really awsome place, free of charge. You can bush around different gardens and inspire with ideas of creating your own one. Lovely placce, well decorated, so you can find smth nice not only in summer, but early spring when trees blowing starts, or autumn with colors of the ending season Well worth visiting! Lots of fun both for kids and adults. Also possible for troleys and disable people.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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lidiafw wrote a review Feb 2018
Katowice, Poland7 contributions1 helpful vote
a very tastefully arranged area comprising several horticultural group types, among others Japanese, Scandinavian, winter, spring, magical, cottage and other gardens. The paths 'with a view' run along little ponds (each one conspicuously different), up and down mounds overgrown with various trees, bushes and shrubs, through green tunnels, labyrinths, arbours, trellises - every now and then providing a wooden or stone bench to sit and admire the surroundings, or simply to relax. The path themselves are worth having a closer look: cobbled or pebbled or/ and paved with logs - colourful and aesthetic. All this with lavishly flowering plants, fountains, garden trimmings, a playground for children is totally free of charge.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Arek B wrote a review Jun 2017
Bielsko-Biala, Poland38 contributions3 helpful votes
Beautiful garden with a numerous styles, find your favorite spot. It's a truly great place to go to on a good weather day. Gets quite crowded on weekends but there is a tip.. must see the old garden. It's just on the other side of the road. I'ts small and quiet but its a must see!!! Best part it's totally free. The one and only downside are the clowns pretending to be a security staff at the entrance. Who they want to guard... its a garden... and most of the visitors are either over 40-50 or with little children. Guys do look ridiculously, armed with knifes and nightstics... seriously? It's not a village disco where you need a bunch of bouncers.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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