This place is worth to see for everyone.
“Pivnitsa of Swidnicka” (Piwnica Świdnicka) – Europe’s oldest restaurant. For seven hundred years, he takes visitors, sitting in the town hall of the Polish city of Wroclaw.
The school opened in the XIII century, and it received the name because of the variety of beer from świdnica, which originally were served here. In these spacious halls once dined Frederic Chopin, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Friedrich Nietzsche and other famous personalities. Despite the bombing of 1945, the restaurant is perfectly preserved. Let’s have a look at the famous underground Piwnica.
The oldest restaurant in Europe is located in Wroclaw, capital of Lower Silesia, one of the oldest and most beautiful Polish cities. “Pivnitsa of Swidnicka” located in the basement of the town hall and takes visitors from a distant 1273. Today it is one of the main local attractions.
A total of nine halls of this institution with a total area of 900 square meters welcome guests of the famous, celebrated in poems intoxicating beer “septs”. Beer is the main asset of this place though in any other atmosphere, it will be perceived quite differently. Halls with carved wooden furniture, vaulted ceilings and painted walls decorated by a medieval refectory.
The oldest restaurant of Europe for 700 years, it has not changed its original appearance. Seems to work a time machine and you got in XIII century. The basement directly connected by an underground passage with the brewery. The beer that was brewed in the cellar, highly prized by local residents and sold for export to nearby Hungary. Beer according to the old recipes brewed here to this day. The prices are appropriate.
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