Verfügbar bis 30 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Danzig - Private- Gdansk Old Town Tour
Ausflüge in Danzig: The charm of Gdansk Old Town attracts millions of tourists every year. We will take you for a walk along Dluga Street, one of the most beautiful European markets, surrounded by renaissance buildings. It starts from the Golden Gate, passes by the Town Hall, Neptune fountain, the Arthur's Court to finish by the Green Gate overlooking Motlawa River. We will visit the Arthur's Court museum and the Amber Chamber for an amber polishing demonstration with a short lecture on amber. The tour would continue to the Old Crane, one of the most popular symbols of the city, to finish in the Europe's biggest gothic brick church of St Mary.
Meeting point: Golden Gate in the Old Town.
Duration: Approx. 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9 am.
Languages: Confirmed: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian or Polish. Under request and subject of availability: Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Swedish, Dutch and Finnish.

Verfügbar bis 30 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Danzig - Private- Gdansk: Fighting for Freedom Tour
Ausflüge in Danzig: Transfer to Westerplatte Peninsula guarding an entrance to the Gdansk harbour, a place where the WW II began and the Polish Military Transit Depot was fighting against 13 times more numerous enemies. The tour continues to the Gdansk Shipyard, the birthplace of Solidarity movement. Stop by the Monument to Fallen Ship Workers (homage to dockyard workers who died in December 1970) and a famous gate to the shipyard. Visit to the exposition ''Roads to Freedom'' dedicated to the local struggle for freedom and justice, and the birth of the first Independent Trade Union ''Solidarity'' represented by Lech Walesa, later awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Meeting point: At the reception of the customers' hotel.
Duration: Approx. 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9 am.
Languages: Confirmed: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian or Polish. Under request and subject of availability: Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Swedish, Dutch and Finnish.

Verfügbar bis 30 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Danzig - Private- Malbork Castle
Ausflüge in Danzig: The tour starts with the transfer from Gdansk to Malbork Castle, the medieval capital of the Teutonic Order Knights in Eastern Europe. Continue with a guided visit to the biggest red brick gothic castle in the world (UNESCO Heritage) is not only a chance to admire beautiful architecture, but also to get familiar with life in old times, see aged technical devices and the Collection of Past Arms. Castle's cellars host also the ''History of Amber'' exhibition presenting collection of Baltic Sea amber and amber jewellery. Finally, transfer back to Gdansk.
Meeting/pick-up point: The reception at the customers' hotel.
Duration: Approx. 5 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
Languages: Confirmed: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian or Polish. Under request and subject of availability: Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Swedish, Dutch and Finnish. Not included: Entrance fee to Malbork Castle including the “History of Amber” exhibition.

Verfügbar bis 30 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Danzig - Private-Stutthof Concentration Camp and Museum
Ausflüge in Danzig: Located only 40 km from Gdansk, Stutthof was the first concentration camp in Poland built by Nazis in 1939 and the last one to be freed in 1945 by the Soviet Army. During this period 85 000 people were victims of genocide. Visit to the camp will be a chance to see the gas chamber, crematorium, prisoners’ barracks and the guard’s tower that are reminders of this horrific time. Transfer back to Tricity.
Meeting/ pick-up point: The reception at the customers' hotel.
Duration: Approx. Four hours.
Start/opening time: At 9.00am.
Languages: English, German and Russian

Verfügbar bis 30 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Danzig - Private-Torun - City of Copernicus
Ausflüge in Danzig: Return to the Middles Ages in Toru?. This well-preserved Polish city offers medieval gothic architecture in a modern, lively urban center. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Toru? pops up with regularity on lists heralding the must-see and most beautiful cities of the world. Toru? is also the birthplace of Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus. He discovered that the Earth is not the centre of the universe. Toru?, however, definitely should be! You’ll see why with a visit to the amazingly intact old town. Unlike many Polish cities, Toru? escaped mass destruction during World War II. The Gothic buildings, many in brick, are originals and recent restorations have enhanced their beauty. Even today many Toru? residents live in Gothic architecture homes with wall paintings and wood-beamed ceilings added in the 16th to 18th centuries. We will drop by a 15th century home which scholars believe was the birthplace of Toru?’s most famous citizen, Copernicus. The Copernicus House (n. b. - House of Nicolaus Copernicus) is now a museum dedicated to his revolutionary work. Next up, the Cathedral of SS John the Evangelist and John the Baptist which will astound you. The monumental 14th century hall is packed with Gothic sculptures and Renaissance and Baroque epitaphs. We will scale the bell tower to take in a bird’s eye view of the city. After feasting on Toru?’s architectural heritage, it’s time to taste its culinary contribution. The city is famous for its gingerbread that is made today as it was in the 16th century. Sample the gingerbread that Chopin loved and buy other souvenirs before heading back to Gdansk.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Hotel lobby.
Start or opening time: Approximately 9am.
End or closing time: Approximately 7pm.
Languages: Confirmed: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian or Polish. Under request and subject of availability: Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Swedish, Dutch and Finnish
Others: Entrance fee to the Copernicus House is 3 EUR/pax extra and entrance fee to the Cathedral with bell tower 1,50 EUR extra. Tour includes transportation, guide and asistance.

Verfügbar bis 30 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in Danzig - Private-Tricity tour (Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot)
Ausflüge in Danzig: Transfer to Gdansk Oliwa cathedral, the longest Cistercians church in the world and famous for its organs concert. Continue with a transfer to Gdynia harbour, visit to the sail ship ''Dar Pomorza''; transfer to Sopot seaside resort, walk by the promenade and the longest wooden pier in Europe.
Meeting point: Pick-up from the hotels.
Duration: 5 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
Languages: Confirmed: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian or Polish. Under request and subject of availability: Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Swedish, Dutch and Finnish.
Not included: Entrance fee to the sail ship "Dar Pomorza".

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