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Hotel 3 Światy***


Trzy Światy Hotel is located close to the centre of Gliwice. This three-star Hotel is surrounded by beautiful green countryside inside which there is a small pond and a summer garden. Trzy Światy Hotel is near A4 motorway Wroclaw-Katowice-Cracow and A1 motorway Ostrava-Rybnik-Pyrzowice.

On our offer you will find 50 comfortably-equipped single, double and three-bedded rooms as well as suites. The access to the hotel is easy and fast regardless of your destination. Another advantages of the hotel are its suitable location away from busy city centre but at the same time near the main roads as well as spacious car park.

The Hotel also offers conference rooms and Rajska WySpa Spa & Wellness. We guarantee you a restful stay and a friendly atmosphere. The Hotel is accessible for disabled people and has the certificate of the ‘Family Friendly Hotel’. At your disposal we also offer a reception room designed in a way which allows to meet the high requirements of different trainings, symposia, conferences as well as other kinds of events.

Location
street Kilińskiego 14a
44-100 Gliwice
Gliwice
Silesia
in the city/town
General Information
: hotel
: ***
Contact data
: +48 32 230 45 56
: biuro@3swiaty.com.pl
: www.3swiaty.com
Accommodation
: 5
: 60
: 19
: children
: conference centre
: we accept card payments, internet, air conditioning, car park, guarded car park, tv/sat, business services (fax, xero etc.)
Conference room
: 250 m2
: Yes
: we accept Euro, we accept card payments, internet, we speak Russian, non-smoking rooms, fitnnes club, we speak German, air conditioning, child care
Availability
: whole year
Attractions
Routes
Galleries
City audio tours
Wir laden Sie herzlich zu einer Audiotour durch Gliwice ein!
Zapraszamy na audiowycieczkę po Gliwicach!
Zapraszamy na przygotowaną specjalnie dla dzieci audiowycieczkę po centrum Gliwic!
Zapraszamy na audiowycieczkę po Gliwicach!
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Gliwice
The Gliwice Aero Club was founded in 1955 as a branch of the Aero Club of Silesia in Katowice, but after a year it became fully independent. Currently, There are sections: aircraft, glider, parachute and model making sections, whose members can boast national and international successes. The pilots from Gliwice use the airfield in Trynek, (a district of Gliwice), whose tradition dates back to 1916. On June 17, 1999, the helicopter carrying Pope John Paul II landed on the airfield.
Gliwice
"The Artistic Casting Department of the Gliwice Museum one of the most modern museums in Poland. It is housed in the former engine room of the Coal Mine ""Gliwice"". Visitors can learn about the history of the Royal Iron Foundry, as well as about a rich collection of art castings. Mirosław Nizio, a designer of the Warsaw Uprising Museum, has designed and arranged a multimedia exhibition entitled ""Rightly famous is Gliwice, today”."
Gliwice
For decades, winding towers were distinctive features of the landscape of many Silesian towns and cities. But at the end of the last century the mines started to be closed down and their buildings - often historical – tore down. An interesting example of adaptation of the erstwhile mine for new purposes are the engine and pithead rooms of the former Coal Mine "Gliwice", which became part of an ambitious project "New Gliwice".
Gliwice
The Czesław Poborski Museum of Mineral Deposit Geology in Gliwice is located at the Institute of Mining and Geology of the Silesian Technical University. The first exhibition housed in three rooms took place in 1961. The most valuable items include collections of Fr. Leopold Szersznik, fossils from the Upper Silesia, ore specimens, paleozoological exhibits, Carboniferous flora, iron meteorites, and the so-called collection of Khabarovsk.
Gliwice
The cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in Gliwice is among the most beautiful neo-Gothic churches in Silesia. It was built in the years 1896-1900. The building was erected in the Latin cross plan, with three naves and the choir. The tower rises up to a height of over 70 meters. The facade and the walls of the church were decorated with impressive and glazed and clinker bricks. In 1992, Pope John Paul II raised the church to the rank of the Cathedral of the Gliwice diocese.
Gliwice
The church of the Holy Trinity in Gliwice is one of the three Armenian catholic parish churches in Poland. Its present parson is Tadeusz Isakowicz-Zaleski. The church building was erected in the neo-Classicist style, in the first half of the nineteenth century. Inside the shrine, it is worthwhile to see the miraculous image of Our Lady of Łysiec, which was brought by the borderlanders to Silesia, and was placed in the church in 1950.
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