Warsaw: Tour to Malbork & Gdansk
Take part in this full day tour and visit Malbork Castle and Gdansk in one day excursion from Warsaw. You do not need to be fun of the castles to be impressed by the largest brick fortress in Europe – Malbork Castle – a symbol of power of one of the richest orders of Middle Ages – Teutonic Knights. Together with Gdansk – a city with a unique character and a history so rich that it would be enough to share it with several other cities, it makes a perfect combination of the most significant tourist attractions of Pomerania region.
- early morning hotel pick up and transfer with our English speaking driver to the railway station in Warsaw (exact time depends on train schedule)
- receiving return train tickets to Malbork/Gdansk and assistance of our driver at the platform
- comfortable journey by train to Malbork on your own (approx 3 hours)
- getting off the train in Malbork and meeting our local English speaking driver at the platform
- transfer with our English speaking driver to the Malbork Castle
- 3 hours of audio-guided visit in Malbork Castle – over 700-year-old fortress. You will learn a lot about history of Teutonic Order and discover secrets from the life of the Teutonic Knights who built this amazing castle in the end of 13th century (audio guides are available in Polish, English, German, Russian, French, Italian and Spanish).
- transfer from Malbork to Gdansk with our English speaking driver
- approx 1,5 hours of free time for having lunch
- meeting your local private city guide in chosen language
- 3 hours of guided Old Town walk with our private guide in chosen language during which you will see:
- the Prison Tower and Torture Chamber – built in the second half of the 14th century as part of the fortification of the Main City of Gdansk.
- Motlawa river and the Crane – a river going through the city with the crane which was not only an important port device, but also a sign of the city’s independence
- St. Mary’s Church – probably the most important and most beautiful monument of Gdansk.
- The Fountain of Neptune – located in the representative part of the city, has been the source of various legends since 1633
- Green Gate – this building was supposed to be the residence of Polish monarchs, but in fact it never hosted any king.
- Golden Gate – excellent proof of the city’s openness to foreign construction styles – an example of the use of Dutch and Italian designs.
- High Gate – in the past it was the first element of the Gdansk Royal Route, the most important entrance gate to the city for centuries.
- Artus Court – was a representative seat of trade fraternities, wealthy patricians and craftsmen, currently it houses a museum of Gdansk city.
11. finishing your tour at the train station in Gdansk with assistance of our guide
12. up to 3,5 hours journey back by train from Gdansk to Warsaw
13. pick up from the platform of railway station in Warsaw by our English speaking driver and transfer back to your hotel
Tour lasts approximately 16 hours
- 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)
What is included:
- pick-up/drop off from your hotel in Warsaw
- pick-up/drop off from railway station in Warsaw and Malbork
- return 2nd class fast train tickets
- assistance of our private English speaking driver at the platform of train station in Malbork
- entrance tickets to Malbork Castle
- 3 hours of audio-guided visit in Malbork Castle in chosen language
- private transportation between Malbork and Gdansk by car/mini-van with English speaking driver
- service of professional private city guide in chosen language for up to 3 hours walking tour of Gdansk Old Town
This private tour is available in following languages:English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Russian and others
*some languages may be subject of availability and prices can vary
*for 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