Entrance to the castle complex is not very expensive, but not very cheep either. And if you do not want to pay it twice – do not enter the restaurant before you see all of the Castle. The door of restaurant is one-way-door, and from the restaurant you may just go out of the Castle, but not come back in.
The Museum cannot assure the English, French, German, Russian speaking guide service available, unless the prebooking has been made.
Hmm... to be honest they were not available on Friday (during looong weekend - there was Corpus Christi holiday a day before) when I visited Malbork.
Unique Suggestions: Buy a good guide-book in your language (there were in German, French, Italian and Russian available - hmm... NO Japanese, Chinese, Lithuanian and others) and go inside the castle with a Polish speaking guide, then visit the castle in your own way.
Print out my tips and get them with you :-). Are they useful?
Fun Alternatives: Learn crazy Polish language :-)))).
Pre-book your guide:
tel. 055 647 09 78,
fax 055 647 09 76, 647 09 77
There is a public restroom/toilet close to Nogat river to the left from the entrance to the castle.
It looks almost as old as the castle hehe and it's not so clean inside. Yes, yes - they clean it but... they use some cheap? and surely not nice (smell) chemicals to clean it.
Unique Suggestions: Hold your nose! And hurry up :-), don't forget to pay 1 zloty hehe.
Fun Alternatives: Use restrooms/toilets in restaurants of Hotel Zamek or inside the castle.