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Elbląg Canal is a place where you can take a cruise, not only on water, but also on seas of grass! This engineering marvel thanks to its system of water dams, locks and ramps offers amazing opportunity to take over four hours cruise on water and land and admire amazing panoramas of Polish countryside. It is an unforgettable experience in summer months. After this excellent cruise, you will also have the opportunity to stroll along Elbląg city centre with meticulously restored Old Town with beautiful cathedral, restaurants and cafes. If you spend your time in Tri-City (Gdańsk, Sopot or Gdynia) it is a must see point that you really should include in your travelling plans.

Number of days/duration


Included meals

Lunch on request

Suggested dates


Number of cities/sights

2 attractions

Group size


Trip pace


Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*


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What's included

Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Tourguide (optional), Elbląg guide, driver

Entrance fees to

Elbląg Canal Cruise, viewing terrace of Elbląg Cathedral


Coach, boat

Pickup place

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

Drop off place

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

Language offered

English, German and others on request

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

Round tour

Not included

General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions


The island is one of Gdańsk districts and is located only 15 km from the city center. It is the third biggest islands at the Polish coast (37 square kilometers). The island was created in Vistula’s delta thanks to the change of the main river bed. Sobieszewo is a magnet for tourist especially because of white sandy beaches so, we can meet here a lot of sea and sun tan lovers. Still, there are some more attractions to see. The island is also a ...

Fortress Wisłoujście

Wisłoujście Fortress (Polish: Twierdza Wisłoujście) is the oldest seaside fortress on the Polish coast it was situated at the main entrance to Gdańsk harbour. Various architectural styles (starting with Gothic), techniques and building materials can be seen in the construction of the fortress. This is due to the fact that over the years the fortress has been rebuilt after each destruction. In the early modern period, it was called the Gate to ...


Westerplatte is a peninsula in the delta of Wisła Martwa and Gulf of Gdańsk. It is a symbol of the Second World War as the war started here. The peninsula has width from 200 to 500 meters and it was a strategic point in Polish defence lines of Baltic coast region, this was the reason why it was attacked by Nazi-German battleship Schleswig-Holstein. The heroic defense of the peninsula lasted from the 1st till the 7th of September 1939. Currentl...

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...

Olsztyn Castle

Castle of Warmia Capitulum is a Gothic building constructed in the 14th century. The most important governor of the castle was the Nicholaus Copernicus, about whom we of course find exhibition in the castle. He stayed in the castle from 1516 till 1521. Currently, the castle is a headquarters of Warmia-Mazury Regional Museum where we can admire precious exhibitions of archeology, collection of decorative arts, crafts, modern art and icons. The ...

Lidzbark Warmiński Castle

Lidzbark Warmiński castle is situated about 50 minutes ride from Olsztyn (about 50 km) and 1:30 h from Elbląg (95 km). It was built in 14th century and has an area of about 2700 m2. Currently, most of the chambers are available for tourists. Castle exhibitions present Gothic art, original interior decorations, furniture, documents about famous inhabitants of the castle, icons, 19th and 20th century Polish paintings. The youngest tourists will ...


I fully recommend this trip! When you are in the area of Gdańsk or Żuławy region you cannot miss it. Instead of using locks, ships are lifted by water run lifts. It's hard to believe and imagine how it works especially when realise how old that construction is. The journey was fantastic, quite slow, but due to perfect weather we had, it was just perfect.
A boat-train? I think it is the best name for it. The Canal itself is a great place, definitely a must for travellers. It's a very nice attraction and experience to ride the boat uphill on the rails, really worth to do it if you are passing this place or stay in this region. Nothing similar you will find in any other place.

Questions and answers

What happens when it rains?

The cruise still takes place, tourists just go under deck.

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