3 important and interesting places in one day. Spare USD 200,-
The tour is destinated for tourists who want to see Gdańsk, Stutthoff Concentration Camp Museum and Malbork in one day.
It is also the opportunity to travel accross Żuławy, the land situated in the mouth of Vistula River.
Stutthoff Concentration Camp was built at the beginning of the IIWW. Beside the Poles, people from various countries were transported here.
Among others Russians, Ukrainians, White Russians, Lithuanians, Latvians, Estonians, Czechs, Slovaks, Finns, Norwegians, French, Danes, Dutch, Belgs, Germans, Austrians, English, Spanish, Italians, Yugoslavs, Hungarians and Gypsies
The large group of prisoners were Jewish.
About 110 hundred thousand people were killed in the Camp and sub camps.
In Malbork we'll see the Castle of the The Order of the Hospital of Our Lady of The German House established in Jerusalem in XI cent. Malbork became the capitol of the Order at XIV cent.
And at the end we will walk alongside Gdansk Old Town with Medieval street system, many gates and interesting objects.
At the beginning we will go to Stutthof Museum in Sztutowo
and then to Malbork Castle.
At the end of our tour we'll return to Gdańsk
to walk alongside the Royal Way in the Old Town.
The tour can be modified and/or tailored according to your wishes and according to our mutual agreement.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We can meet
- at Gdansk or Gdynia harbour,
- at the reception of your hotel in the center of one of Tricity towns (Gdańsk, Sopot or Gdynia
- at Gdansk Glowny Railway Station,
- at Gdansk Airport,
- in other agreed place.
I will keep in my hands the paper with your name and I'll have my guide ID.
End location: The centre of Gdańsk or Gdynia, Gdansk/Gdynia harbour, Gdansk Airport or other agreed place.
After the tour you can stay in Gdańsk or Gdynia or to go yourself to not visited during the tour museums, to have your lunch, to have a rest in cafe/pub/restaurant.
I can assist you also in your return way to the hotel, if you wish.
If you like to visit more museums or objects the tour can be prolongated up to 9-10 hours at additional USD 35/hr paid at the end of the tour.
Please note that museums are closed on Monday and either the Main Town Hall in Gdańsk or Artus Court and St. Mary's Church and Oliwa Cathedral can be closed due to official meetings or special Masses at any time.
Duration: 9 hours
The duration can be affected by weather and traffic on the road to and from Sztutowo and Malbork. In such case either Stutthof Museum, Malbork tour or walk alongside Gdansk can be shortened.
For cruiser passengers duration can be shortened to 8 hours.
Car and walk. It is possible also to exceed the number of people and to hire bus or coach at additional cost. Ask for price for more than 5 people.
If visa to Poland is required all visa formalities also related to ashore (according to Polish law) should be dealt before the coming to Poland and/or start the cruiser journey.
Visas for citizens of about 90 countries are not required.
English speaking guide service, castle guide, transport cost from the meeting point to the end location.
In case of ship may not dock and guide bear some cost (like ordered car, events...) pricing will be negotiated and agreed.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
120 PLN (Polish Zlotys) - (about USD 40).
The entrance tickets to Malbork Castle PLN 39,50/person, to the tower - PLN 8,- (if time permits), photo permission PLN 15,-.
Entrance to the chosen objects in Gdańsk:
to St. Mary's Church - PLN 5,-/person
to Artus Court, Uphagen House - PLN 10,-/person.
to the Main Town Hall, Amber Museum - each PLN 12,-/person;
Lunch - PLN 30-60/person
Glass of beer - PLN 5-12,
cup of tea - PLN 4-6, coffe 6-8.
Toilets - PLN 2-3.
The entrances to Malbork Castle, Artus Court and/or other museums and objects in Gdansk or on the way, coffee, tea, beer during the break,lunch, maps and books, toilet fees on the way, insurances.
List of about 90 countries
whose nationals may enter Poland
without a visa
are published on the page
of the Ministry of Foreigh Affairs Republic Poland http://www.msz.gov.pl/en/