Malbork & Gdansk Tour

 

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Malbork Castle is definitely one of the most important monuments in Poland, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1997. It is the biggest medieval brick castle in Europe built by Teutonic Order in 14th century. Its beauty comes not only from its huge size and design but also from picturesque location by the river of Nogat. Most of the pictures of the castle are always taken from the riverside. During our tour you will admire this fantastic view and you will also visit the Museum of Malbork Castle where you will see beautiful Gothic interiors and sculptures, collection of historic weapons, amber artefacts and works of artistic handicraft.


After sightseeing of the castle you will also have chance to visit Gdansk - one of the most impressive Polish cities. Its spectacular Old Town and unique atmosphere are something you will remember long time after your visit.

We offer full day tour by train with private transportation from Malbork Castle to Gdansk.

Tour schedule:

  1. hotel pick up  in the morning,
  2. transfer to the train station, receiving train tickets from our driver,
  3. 3 hours journey by comfortable train,
  4. meeting our local driver at the train platform in Malbork,
  5. short transfer to the Malbork Castle,
  6. 3 hours of sightseeing with audio guide in chosen language (possible in Polish, English, German, Russian, French, Italian and Spanish),
  7. private transfer to Gdansk,
  8. free time - about 1,5 hours- perfect for lunch,
  9. private guided tour of the city - approx. 3 hours,

You will see:

  • St. Mary's Church - probably the largest brick church in the world,
  • the Prison Tower and Torture Chamber – originally built as part of the city's fortifications, nowadays a habitat the Museum of Amber,
  • The Fountain of Neptune – historic fountain in Gdańsk which is a mannerist-rococo masterpiece,
  • Motlawa river and the Crane – popular view of the city,
  • Golden Gate – historic Renaissance city gate,
  • Green Gate – one of the city's main attractions, situated between Long Market  and the River Motlawa,
  • Highland Gate – built in 1588, in the past the main entrance to the City of Gdansk on the west side, 
  • Artus Court –  impressive mansion, a real symbol of the city's power in the 16th and 17th centuries,

10. return to the train station with assistance of our guide,

11. 3,5 hours journey to Warsaw,

12. arrival in Warsaw and meeting local driver, transfer to the hotel

Our tour lasts approx. 16 hours

Price offer:

  • 1500 PLN per person (1 person)
  • 950 PLN per person (2 persons)
  • 800 PLN per person (3 persons)
  • 720 PLN per person (4 persons)
  • Contact us (5 persons or more)

Prices include:

  • pick-up/drop off from chosen hotel in Warsaw,
  • return 2nd class fast train tickets,
  • pick-up/drop off from railway station in Warsaw and Malbork,
  • transfer from the train platform in Malbork to the castle,
  • entrance tickets to Malbork Castle,
  • 3 hours sightseeing with of audio-guide in Malbork Castle,
  • private transportation from Malbork to Gdansk by comfortable car,
  • 3 hours private guided tour of Gdansk.

We are able to organize this private tour in following languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese and others


*some languages are subject to availability and prices may vary


If you decide to book this tour, you can also choose to add following supplement:


220 PLN per person for 1st class PREMIUM standard fast train tickets (EIP) both ways

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