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Overview

Teutonic knights were crusaders order that settled down in Poland in Medieval times. Their heritage is truly outstanding. Huge brick medieval castles and ruins still ignite imagination of new generations with stories of valour, bravery and knighthood. Discover 2 huge Teutonic constructions: Malbork Castle which was Teutonic country's capital and Kwidzyn. Malbork which is enlisted at UNESCO World Heritage List is also the biggest brick castle in Europe and attracts international tourists all year long. Kwidzyn on the other hand is quieter but also very impressive. Take one day tour from Tri-City with ITS Poland and immerse yourself in the world of Medieval knights.

Number of days/duration

1

Included meals

1 lunch

Suggested dates

All year

Number of cities/sights

2 towns

Group size

10-50

Trip pace

Calm

Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*

Itinerary

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What's included

Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Tour guide and driver

Entrance fees to

Malbork Castle, Kwidzyn Castle

Transport

Coach

Pickup place

Your Tri-City hotel (Gdańsk, Sopot, Gdynia)

Drop off place

Your Tri-City hotel (Gdańsk, Sopot, Gdynia)

Language offered

English, German, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Italian and others on request

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

Round Tour

Not included

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General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

Dino Park Dinosaur Park, Malbork

Dino Park Dinosaur Park, Malbork

DinoPark in Malbork (Polish: Dino Park Park Dinozaurów, Malbork) is an amusement park offering many attractions. Following the educational path, which is 1.35 km long, visitors will see what the dinosaurs looked like in particular periods of prehistory. The exhibits make sounds, move the head, tail, eyelids, and even belly - imitating breathing! In addition to moving exhibits, there are also live species. Alpacas, kangaroos, mouflons and oth...

Stutthof Extermination Camp Museum

Stutthof Extermination Camp Museum

Sztutowo (Stutthof) is a small town about 65 km from Gdańsk in which during WWII there was a German Nazi extermination camp (Polish: Muzeum Stutthof w Sztutowie). The museum was created in 1962 thanks to former prisoners actions. In the area of about 20 hectares, visitors can see part of the Old Camp, the gas chamber, the reconstructed crematorium, the commanding officer headquarters and garages, the garden and greenhouses areas and the monume...

Gniew Castle

Gniew Castle

Gniew is the place where there are knight tournaments, artistic metalwork shows, summer camps for children and teenagers, banquets, trainings, conferences, integration meetings and wedding receptions with wedding ceremonies in the castle chapel. By the castle, there is also a stylish hotel Marysieńka Palace and newly renovated Knight Hotel (together for 250 guests). Moreover, a castle dormitory offers 150 beds. Additional attractions of Gniew ...

Reviews

This is one of the castles in Europe that you just cannot miss. The largest brick castle in Europe, with a huge history. If you like History and Castles you will be very happy! There are so many thing to see, plan at least 3 hours to make sure you can see every room.
Oliver
Malbork is the most beautifull castle I have ever seen and probably the biggest one. Visit took over 3/4h but it was worth every minute. Kwidzyn castle is also so huge. I am surprised I haven't heard about these crusaders before!
Jack

Questions and answers

How long will we stay in each castle?

The whole tour takes a day about 9 to 10 h. The length in each castle depends on you as after Malbork standard tour there is free time in the castle offered so, you can spend there longer or shorter period of time. Usually groups spend 4 h in Malbork and 1.5-2 h in Kwidzyn.

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