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From Poznan: Gniezno, Biskupin, Wenecja Full-Day Trip

1. From Poznan: Gniezno, Biskupin, Wenecja Full-Day Trip

Discover the historic Wielkopolska Region of west-central Poland on a full-day tour from Poznan. The 8-hour sightseeing trip takes you into the heart of Greater Poland to visit 3 of its most spectacular treasures. Departing from Poznan, drive to Gniezno, the first capital and cradle of the Polish state. Explore the Cathedral, famous for its bronze Romanesque doors that depict scenes from St. Adalbert’s life, and for the pure silver coffin of St. Wojciech. Continue to Biskupin, the oldest settlement in Poland. Dating back to the 8th century BC, it is now a superb open-air museum that recreates a life-size model of an Iron Age fortified settlement. After lunch, try to climb on board a narrow gauge railway and ride to the beautiful village of Wenecja, fondly known as the “Pearl of Pałuki.” Visit the fabulous Narrow Gauge Train Museum, which boasts a stylish waiting room and many kinds of old locomotives and carriages. But don’t depart until you have heard the legend of the Wenecja devil, and seen the ruins of its castle on the bank of the lake.

Toruń: Full-Day Tour of the City of Copernicus

2. Toruń: Full-Day Tour of the City of Copernicus

Travel back in time and explore the charming old city of Toruń on the banks of the River Vistula. With easy pick-ups from the Tri-City towns of Gdańsk, Sopot, and Gdynia, you will drive south to see all the most significant monuments of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Upon arrival, a guide will meet you to lead you through the Old Town, starting with the Leaning Tower, part of the city’s medieval walls. Left undamaged by World War II, the Old Town of Toruń was inscribed by UNESCO in 1997 for its largely intact medieval street plan and outstanding buildings. You will also explore the adjacent New Town, founded in 1264 and amalgamated into the Hanseatic League 12 years later. Admire the red-brick merchant houses and Gothic spires of churches, such as the late Gothic Church of St. James. Go to the ruins of the Castle of the Teutonic Order, destroyed by the town’s residents in 1454. Step into the house where Nicolaus Copernicus was born, and learn about his life and work in astronomy, continued at the Planetarium. Finally, sample some of Toruń’s famous gingerbread, baked according to a 16th-century recipe.

From Gdansk, Sopot or Gdynia: Guided Day Tour to Torun

3. From Gdansk, Sopot or Gdynia: Guided Day Tour to Torun

Take a trip to the UNESCO heritage site of Torun, considered by many to be the best example of a medieval Gothic town and one of Poland’s oldest cities. Start with pickup from your hotel in Gdansk, Sopot, or Gydynia. Travel to Torun and upon arrival, take a guided walking tour of the city. During the guided walk through the old town see the Copernicus House and the Cathedral with its bell tower that offers a splendid view over the city. After touring the Old Town, spend your time hunting for souvenirs. You might want to sample the local gingerbread, which is a specialty of Torun, made according to old recipes and methods that date to the 16th century. After some free time, return to your accommodation.

From Warsaw: Full-Day Private Visit to Torun

4. From Warsaw: Full-Day Private Visit to Torun

Learn about the charming city of Torun, one of the few Polish cities to escape major damage in World War II. Snap pictures of the beautifully preserved Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which was included in the list of the Seven Wonders of Poland in 2007.  The day starts with pickup from your accommodation in a Mercedes Benz. Travel with up to 6 passengers to Torun with your English-speaking driver and meet your local guide.  Explore the Old Town, the New City, and the Teutonic Castle and admire the city defense walls and fortified towers that form part of the skyline. Learn about the founding of Torun by the Teutonic Knights in the 13th century and see the ruins of the castle, left pretty much unchanged since its destruction by disgruntled medieval townsfolk. Visit St John's Cathedral, home to the seven-ton Tuba Dei (God's Trumpet), one of the largest medieval bells in Europe. Said to be the place where the world-famous astronomer, Nicolaus Copernicus, was baptized, it is also where the heart of King Jan Olbracht is buried.  Explore the picturesque Old Town and admire the Leaning Tower, which is displaced 1.5 meters from where it would be if the tower were completely verticle.  Next, choose between following in the footsteps of Nicolaus Copernicus in a visit to his former home turned multimedia museum or check out the Gingerbread Museum, a former factory that popularized gingerbread all over the world.  Take a break for lunch during the tour before the return transfer to Warsaw.

From Gdansk: Private Torun Van and Walking Tour

5. From Gdansk: Private Torun Van and Walking Tour

Embark on a private journey from Gdansk to Torun in the comfort of your own car or van, depending on the size of your group. See the UNESCO World Heritage Site's gothic architecture, taste its famous gingerbread, and learn about its astronomer, Copernicus, from your local guide. Meet your driver in Gdansk, then sit back and relax on your 2-hour ride, taking in the scenery along your route. Once in Torun, meet your guide and go on a walking tour. Along the way, see the Town Square with the gothic Town Hall, Artus Court, the Nicolaus Copernicus Monument and his birth house. Marvel at St. Johns' Cathedral, the medieval Leaning Tower, the Raftsman Fountain, and more. After the tour, stop for a spot of lunch at your own pace and make sure to try some of the gingerbread the town is famous for.

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