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Bydgoszcz: Spy-Themed Outdoor City Game with Greeter

1. Bydgoszcz: Spy-Themed Outdoor City Game with Greeter

Become secret agents for a few hours and take on our fun mission around the centre of Bydgoszcz, completing different spy tasks at 8 points of interest and looking out for bonus features as well. We combine sightseeing & historical info on a stunning route around town, with lots of good old-fashioned fun and a real spy atmosphere! Our activity is ideal for groups of all shapes and sizes, and it is particularly fun with multiple teams all competing against eachother at the same time (e.g. company integration). It is also totally family-friendly.

Torun: Family-Friendly Historical Walking Tour

2. Torun: Family-Friendly Historical Walking Tour

​Visit Torun, a medieval city with one of the most beautiful town squares in all of Europe. As a historic site Torun ranks as high as Krakow or Gdansk. See why it was included in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List, as the birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus – an astronomer renowned for his astronomical observations and heliocentric theory of the universe. On your tour, prepare to discover the Amber Court Museum and People-Ships-Ports. Give your little explorers the opportunity to become professional climbers or astronomers. Conquer approximately 200 stairs and see Toruń from the height of 40 meters. At the end of the tour, enter the completely unknown world of Toruń gingerbread with a visit to the Living Museum Of Gingerbread, a great place to spend time for both children and adults. Prepare yourself for many exciting experiences and tasks. Alongside these incredible adventures, your guide will describe historic architecture, tell you about Middle Ages events and contemporary history.

Torun: 3-Hour Private City Tour

3. Torun: 3-Hour Private City Tour

Begin your tour in the heart of Torun – Rynek (main square). In the middle of the square, you will find a Gothic town hall, which houses the town museum. Inside, see a rich collection of sculptures, paintings and stained glass. Climb the tower (extra) to admire a gorgeous panorama of Torun and the Vistula River. In front of the entrance, there is a bronze statue of Mikołaj Kopernik (Nicolaus Copernicus). Around Rynek, have a look at the mansions of the Hansa merchants like Pod Gwiazdą or Dwór Artusa. Most of them are richly decorated and well-preserved. Just next to the main square, you will visit the Holy Spirit’s Church and Saint Mary’s Church. The second one comes from the 14th century and was founded by the Franciscans. You will be charmed by the genuine organ from the beginning of the 16th century, medieval tombstones and colorful stained glass. Afterwards, you may admire the magnificent Saint John’s Cathedral. Some of the oldest elements of this enormous building date from the 13th century. Through the years, this church was a religious center for the local community and was a witness of important Christian ceremonies. For example, Mikołaj Kopernik was baptized here. While visiting the cathedral, listen to the history of Tuba Dei – the biggest medieval bell in Poland from 1500. Passing the defensive walls and several towers like Sailor’s Gate or Bridge Gate, you will reach the castle ruins of the Teutonic Knights – the headquarters of the commander on the Vistula Bank. In the newer part of historical Torun –  Nowe Miasto, you will see representative commercial residences like a pharmacy with a golden lion and Pod Modrym Fartuchem Inn. Another historical object is the former Church of the Holy Trinity (now functioning as a gallery) and Saint James’s Church.

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

4. 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.

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