When the wind sweeps gently over the green meadows and the stalks sway gently, fleecy clouds pull in the sky, then the sea is not far. Shady forests and bay-rich lakes in the midst of an idyllic hilly landscape, lovely river landscapes and historic cities, mighty crusader castles and romantic villages, that is Masuria. Look right into the heart of these regions, get to know the hospitality of the people with their traditions and their nature-loving life.

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Gdansk and Masurian Lakes



Day 1 Arrival in Gdansk.

We meet our Polish tour guide in the hotel, who will accompany us during our trip. Dinner and overnight.

Day 2: Hanseatic City of Gdansk.

After breakfast you will explore Gdansk with our tour guide during a detailed city tour with many highlights. The numerous sights have been lovingly restored and bear witness to the former glory of the Hanseatic city. The splendid trading houses on the Long Market testify to the immeasurable wealth. You will see the crane gate, which is the symbol of Gdansk and the St. Mary’s Church, one of the largest baroque stone churches in the world. Then let yourself be seduced by the sound of the organ in the basilica in Oliwa. A harbor tour with a “cog” of the White Fleet is possible on request (surcharge). Dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Malbork-Elblag Canal and arrival in Masuria

after breakfast we continue towards Masuria. First you visit the huge crusader castle Malbork. The beautifully restored castle complex is considered the largest brick building in the world. External visit and short stay. Onward journey to the Elblag Canal, where we have ordered a 2-hour boat trip for you. You will get to know the main attraction, the world’s only functioning ramp system – via locks and slides. In the afternoon you will reach Olsztyn, where we will stop for a while. The old town and the St. Jacobus Cathedral are worth seeing. Onward journey to your hotel in Mragowo. Dinner.

Day 4: North Masuria

we start our excursion today to the northern part of the Masurian Lake District. First we drive to the pilgrimage church Swieta Lipka. An organ concert will get you in the acoustical mood for this wonderful landscape. Moving figures of the organ will amaze you.
You visit the Hitler’s hideout called the Wolf’s Lair near Ketrzyn. This was one of the headquarters of the Adolf Hitler during World War II. We spend the afternoon on a Masurian farm with a museum, after the tour we are invited to coffee and cake and learn something about the historical development of the family business. Dinner and overnight in the hotel.

Day 5: South Masuria and Pisz Forest.

Today our guide will take you on a tour of the Masurian Lake District. You visit Mikolajki. The town is delightfully located on the Sniardwy Lake, the largest lake in the region. You take a magical boat trip and then have time to conquer the dreamy city. We drive through the Pisz Forest to Krutynia River. On the Krutynia River we go on a punt boat trip.

Day 6: the city of Torun, the city of Copernicus, and arrival in Poznan

we say goodbye to the Masuria and drive in the direction of Torun, the city on the Wisla Rivier, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy the beautiful old town on a guided city tour.
In the evening you will arrive in Poznan. Dinner and overnight.

Day 7 – Check out in the hotel and travel back to home.

Price: on request – contact with the agency

Price included:

  • Accomodation in hotels 4* (four stars hotels cathegory).
  • Rooms: TWIN double rooms – separate beds, shower/bathroom/WC incl.
  • 2 x overnight with breakfast in Gdansk
  • 3 x overnight with breakfast in Mikolajki
  • 1 x overnight with breakfast in in Poznan
  • 6 x dinner as a 3-course menu or buffet
  • Polish tour guide from 2.-5. Day
  • Full day trip to Gdansk
  • Admission fee and organ rehearsal to Oliwa Cathedral
  • Photo stop at the crusader castle in Malbork
  • 2-hour boat trip on the Elblag Canal
  • Visit to the pilgrimage church “Swieta Lipka”
  • Organ concert
  • Entry and guided tour of Hitler’s hideout called the Wolf’s Lair
  • City tour Mikolajki
  • 1.5 hours by boat on the Sniardwy Lake
  • Tour of the Masurian Lake District and pike trip on the Krutynia River
  • Visit to the farmer’s museum with coffee and cake
  • Tourist tax in Masuria.
  • VAT tax.
  • Insurance.
  • Audio-guide system.

Price not included:

  • Accomodation in other Hotels cathegory – price on request.
  • Own expenses, e.g. souvenirs, tips and others.
  • The cost of renting a bus or coach.
  • Road and parking fees.
  • We can offer a bus or coach rental service – price on request

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