“Chopin gave a recital here”

Frederick Chopin stayed twice (1827/1829) in the Hunting Palace belonging to Prince Antoni Radziwill.

This original larch-wood construction has a big hall supported by a centrally posted column and wood galleries running around it. Turned into a hotel, the palace has a museum salon devoted to Chopin, which is often used for piano music recitals.

The Europa Nostra award was granted to the palace for the protection of the European architectural heritage.

Hunting Palace, Antonin tel. +(48-62) 736 16 51, fax 764 81 14;