The Royal Castle: Once, the Royal Castle in Warsaw was used by Polish royalty up until the 18th century and is known for its collection of royal portraits.
Moszna Castle: Now, Moszna Castle is slightly more Disney-esque in design and is known for being one of the most dramatic castles in Poland.
Wawel Royal Castle: Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wawel Castle was the home of Polish kings up until the 18th century.
Lancut Castle: The interior of the castle, which dates from the 17th century.
Ksiaz Castle: Known as ‘The Pearl’, this is one of the biggest castles in Poland.
Malbork Castle: Known officially as the Castle of the Teutonic Order, Malbork Castle.
Nowy Wisnicz Castle: This castle used to be the home of several generations of Polish nobility.
Krzyztopor Castle: Krzyztopor castle actually now stands in its ruined state and has yet to be restored.
Goluchow Castle: One of the most visited castles in Poland, Goluchów Castle is built in a French style which makes it unusual.
Kornik Castle: Built in the medieval period, this castle is now known as a Historic Monument of Poland.