1. Gdansk: Gniew Castle Private Guided Tour
Visit authentic Castle and explore halls, chapels, ancient torture chambers and exhibits to experience the medieval times of knights and kings. The Castle in Gniew is a historic residence built in the thirteenth century. This Gothic Teutonic castle was built on a square plan, an it’s clearly visible, even with past expansions. Your professional guide will tell you all about the history of the castle and who used to inhabit this beautiful, well-preserved building. Walk through many rich chambers, including the torture chamber, castle chapel and defense galleries. There will also be time to stop at a local restaurant for lunch if you will feel hungry. The small and charming village of Pelplin, which houses a stunning cathedral. This unexpected huge sacral building is named after the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Enter the gate and see what is inside one of the biggest brick churches in Poland, admire its great organs, amazing roof and big paintings on high walls.