Warsaw: Westerplatte Tour
On September 1st 1939, the German batttleship Schleswig-Holstein fired the first World War II gunnery at th Polish military transit storehouse at the Westerplatte peninsula, nearby the Port of Gdansk entrance. Nowadays, it is renowned as a memorial site with ruins of blockhouses and barracks, as well as gigantic monument raised to the memory of 128 heroic Polish soldiers under the command of Major Henryk Sucharski. He held off for a full week against 3500 attacking German soldiers. The memorial site is covered with countless information boards, all in English. We can organize a full day tour to Westerplatte from Warsaw, just for you.
Our Tour to Westerplatte is a Full day tour from Warsaw by an express train. We will have to pick you up from your hotel early in the morning, because you’ll need to take a train to Gdansk. Obviously, we will provide transfer from your hotel to the train station and train tickets. Once you get to Gdansk, our local guide will be waiting for you at the train platform with a small board with your name written on it and take you on a tour to Westerplatte. Once the tour is finished, they will drop you off again at the train station in Gdansk, where you will take your train back to Warsaw, or you can spend some free time in the beautiful Old Town of Gdansk. Back in Warsaw, we will provide transfer from the station to your hotel in the evening.
- 1200 PLN per person (1 person)
- 750 PLN per person (2 persons)
- 600 PLN per person (3 persons)
- 520 PLN per person (4 persons or more)