On the embankment River Nogat in the 13th century Teutonic Knights started construction of the world’s biggest brick stronghold – the castle in Malbork. Karwan was the encampment site for provision wagon trails and stockpiling of battle gear. Of many such outbuildings typical of Teutonic Knights’ castles, only the Karwan of Malbork is extant. It was originally raised in the early 14th century.
Reopened to public in 1995, it is now ranks among the most advanced conference centres available in historical buildings in Poland. Its combines unique ambience with state-of-the-art systems as an exceptional venue for conferences, workshops, concerts, feasts, banquets and gala dinners.
The Malbork Castle Museum
Specialist for Organisation and Conference Services
mob.: +48 669 622 248