This 7 day tour will let you discover the lands along the Baltic Coast and some spectacular sites with origins related to the Teutonic Knights. Our Tour of Northern Poland conveniently begins and ends in Warsaw. The Gothic town of Torun has the real feel of medieval times and was the birth place of Nicolaus Copernicus. The highlight of the tour is a visit to the magnificent Malbork Castle. Finally, you will marvel at the attractions of Tricity: Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot and will breathe in the fresh air of the Baltic Sea.
Day 1: Arrival to Warsaw
Transfer from the airport/railway station to your hotel. Accommodation and free evening.
Dinner in typical Polish restaurant.
Day 2: Warsaw
You will start your Warsaw Sightseeing from a visit to the Old Town. Completely destroyed during the Second World War it was rebuilt so precisely that in 1980 it was inscribed on the UNESCO Heritage List. You won’t believe that it was practically razed to the ground in 1945. Your next stop will be Lazienki Garden with its beautiful Palace on the Isle and the art nouveau Chopin Monument. Then you will pay a visit to the former Jewish Ghetto and listen to the dramatic history of this area. While staying in Warsaw it’s impossible not to notice the Palace of Culture. It stands in the very center of the city and is Warsaw’s highest building. You will end the day with delicious dinner.
Day 3: Torun
In the morning you will head for Torun which is located 230 km North West to Warsaw. It’s a magical place that is still waiting to be discovered. After a dinner we will invite you for an afternoon walk around the Old Town. You will have the opportunity to taste delicious gingerbread, see the leaning tower and admire the Gothic architecture of the Town Hall. Our guide will show you richly decorated Copernicus House and picturesque ruins of a Teutonic Castle. Feel the authentic atmosphere of the medieval town.
Overnight in Torun.
Day 4: Malbork Castle – Gdansk
You will continue your journey to the North. Today’s sightseeing includes a half day excursion to Malbork. Visit to a world’s largest brick gothic castle. Founded in the Middle Ages by the Teutonic Knights it still enchants with splendour and beauty. The guide will lead you through the dormitories, the Great Refectory, the Master’s chamber, and the church of Our Lady. The Malbork Castle Museum includes also the exhibition of the collection of amber artefacts. Later, depart for the beautiful Gdansk, your home for the next two nights.
Day 5: Tricity (Gdansk – Gdynia – Sopot)
Following breakfast you will take the opportunity to visit the area of Tricity. It consists of three cities situated along the coast of the Baltic Sea. You will start from Gdansk, the amber capital and home of Solidarity movement. Enjoy a guided walk through the Old Town. Discover Dlugi Targ and fabulous Mariacka street. Your next stop will be Sopot, a famous spa resort best known for its Europe’s longest wooden pier. After relaxing walk you will continue to Gdynia. It’s a young, relatively modern harbor city completely different to Gdansk and Sopot and that is why fascinating. Evening in Gdansk.
Day 7: Departure from Warsaw
Breakfast and transfer to the airport/railway station.
This is a private tour and it can be organized anytime you wish, all year round.