Vistula delta Mennonites - Private tour
A special interest trip for those who want to learn about and explore a rich legacy left by the Mennonite Congregation who lived in this area for hundreds of years . We will visit old prayer halls, porched houses, graveyards, museums and cross the beautiful Vistula Delta taken from the sea with great help from these resourceful and resiliant folk. This is a unique place for connoisseurs of travelling. Here people and nature blend into the land and water scape in a natural harmonious way. Living up to two metres below sea-level creates an awareness. Almost every field is an Island , boundaries marked by rivers, canals, drains and dikes and the Vistula Lagoon. Probably a trip you won't forget in awhile. Trips for larger groups can be arranged at an extra cost for renting bigger transport
First , pick up at the pre-arranged spot, then we will go to the Vistula Delta to visit a museum dedicated to the Mennonites. Afterwards a visit to a typical Mennonite Home to see how they lived. Later we will visit a graveyard and prayer hall. Along the way we will take in other elements of the Mennonite influence such as hydrotechnical innovations . After an action packed day back to the hotel or port
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Wherever we agree to within the Tricity of Gdansk,Gdynia and Sopot.Be it port,hotel or airport.
End location: Wherever we agree on
Duration: 8 hours
It can be made longer or shorter to suit your wishes
We will travel by clean, comfortable and suitable transport
Transport,fluent,English speaking, registered and experienced guide and entrance fees to museum
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 zloty - It will be a long day so a few bucks is needed for food and drinks
If you wish to eat or drink something , you will need to cover the cost yourself.
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