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Daytrip to GDAŃSK and MALBORK

You start out from your hotel, where the guide will meet you in the reception area in time to transfer to the railway station, from where you will take a train to Malbork and Gdańsk.

MALBORK - Seat of the Teutonic Knights since 1276. Important medieval castle, once the seat of the Grand Master of the Order. Fortifications and buildings in prime condition.

GDAŃSK - Thousand-year-old city, important trade center and port. The Old Town survives in all its beauty and medieval splendor, including the Długa (Long) Street, one of the finest in Gdańsk, lined with antique townhouses, historic Town Hall with the famous „Red Room”. Walking along Długi Targ (Long Market Square), visit the Artus Manor, Neptune's Fountain, which is a symbol of Gdańsk. then the Wharf Crane, Mariacka Gate and the Church of Our Lady.

6:50 am InterCity train departure from Warsaw
10:23 am disembark in Malbork
Visit to the Castle in Malbork (2-3 hours)
c. 1:30 pm lunch in a local restaurant
c. 2:30-5:00 pm sightseeing Gdańsk
5:35 pm return by train to Warsaw
9:50 pm transfer to hotel

Cost: 160 Euro per person *

The price includes transfer to the railway station, guide's services, 2nd-class railway tickets, local guide in Gdańsk, entrance fee and guide to Malbork Castle, entrance fee to the Our Lady Church, Artus Manor, Town Hall, transport, lunch.

* The cost per person is valid for a group of at least 10, if the group will count less than 10 people, the cost per person will change (for individual prices per person for daytrips to Gdańsk and Malbork, see the standard tour offer)


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