Multi-Day Gdansk Guided Tour

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  • Multi Day Tour4 Days
  • Max People: 6Ask us for a quote for groups larger than 6 as a larger vehicle will be required.
  • Gdansk

Other locations to visit whilst in Gdansk

If there is free time and you are looking for further activities in Gdansk, ask us about any of the below sites and activities and we would be delighted to assist you:

  • Amber Museum
  • Stutthof Concentration Camp
  • Gdansk Shipyards and European Solidarity Museum – The End of Communism
  • Polish Post-Office of Gdansk
  • Polish Navy Museum
  • Hel Peninsula
  • Kashubia

Remember, with Poland at War Tours, you can always arrange a Custom WW2 Tour of Poland.

Special Notes

There is a significant amount of walking included in this tour.

Please consider bringing good walking shoes, sun-protective clothing, hat, and sunscreen in summer, warm clothing in winter.

Ensure you bring along any snacks and water you will need for the journey’s throughout the itinerary although they can be purchased along the way.

Price From

From €1,412.00*(incl of VAT) for groups of 1 to 6 persons. Ask us about groups larger than 6.
€15 per person for entry to Malbork Castle
€6 per person for entry to the Wolf’s Lair
€6 per person for entry to Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk

*Price for tour itinerary and up to 6 persons only – Ask us for a quote for groups larger than 6 as a larger vehicle will be required. Let us take the headache out of your tour to Gdansk by allowing us to add accommodation to your package.

Multi-Day Gdansk Tour Includes

  • Pick-up & transport from central Gdansk hotel
  • Escorted by local, licenced, and highly experienced English, Polish, & Russian speaking guide
Price Excludes
  • Costs involved with travel to & from Poland.
  • Costs involved with travel to & from Gdansk from elsewhere in Poland.
  • Accommodation unless pre-arranged.Airport or train station transfers, however can be arranged.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Meals throughout tour unless pre-arranged.
  • Activities outside of the quoted itinerary.
  • Gratuities (e.g., for guides, hospitality) at the discretion of guests.
  • Other personal expenses.

Your Gdansk Guided Tour Itinerary

Day One: Gdansk Old Town

Day one assumes hotel arrival and check-in at 1200pm.
Join us on a walking tour of Old Town Gdansk with our experienced Polish guide. On the walking tour, you will visit sites relating to both the ancient history of the city as well as sites relating to WWII:

  • Old Town Hall
  • St Mary’s Church
  • Ancient granaries
  • The Green and Golden Gates
  • The Long Market
  • Neptune’s Fountain
  • The Gdansk Crane
  • Sites related to the Battle of Danzig in WWII including the Old Polish Post Office defended to the last by the courageous Polish Postal workers.
Tour length (in hours or days): 3 hours
1300You will be collected from your central Gdansk Hotel and begin the tour
1600You will be farewelled at your choice of your hotel or central Gdansk location

Day Two: The Wolf's Lair

Join us on a day tour to the beautiful Polish region of Mazury where we will visit important sites related to WWII. After the long journey from Gdansk, we will visit the Wolf’s Lair (Wolfsschanze), Hitler’s eastern most military HQ during WWII. The Wolf’s Lair was constructed in time for Hitler to take command of Operation Barbarossa – the German invasion of Russia in 1941. Hitler first arrived at the Wolf’s Lair on 23 June 1941 and spent a total of 800 days there throughout the war, leaving for the final time on 20 November 1944.

The Wolf’s Lair is the site of the most notable assassination attempt on Hitler’s life as portrayed in the movie Valkyrie based on the plot by Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg and his co-conspirators to kill Hitler on 20 July 1944 that came to be known as the “20 July Plot”. After our visit to the Wolf’s Lair, we travel a short distance to the Mamerki bunkers where lower-level German military personnel and visitors stayed when going to the Wolf’s Lair. Our final stop is at the site of one of the giant locks for the canal the German’s were building from Mazury to the Baltic Sea, but for what purpose?

Come along and have a look for yourself and see if you think U-Boats could have made the journey.

Tour length (in hours or days): 11 hours
0800You will be collected from your central Gdansk hotel and travel to Mazury Region
 On arrival in Mazury you will visit the Wolf’s Lair, Mamerki Bunkers & Nazi Canal
1900Arrive back at your Gdansk hotel

Day Three: Malbork Castle

Join us for a tour of Malbork Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage listed site as well as the largest brick castle, and the largest castle by land area, on Earth. Originally built by the Teutonic Knights to house their Grand Master when he moved from Venice, the castle has been occupied by Poland for longer than it was ever occupied by the Teutonic Knights. Thoroughly destroyed in fighting between the Germans and Russians towards the end of WWII, Malbork Castle has been painstakingly rebuilt and is now open for visitors. Enjoy learning about both the ancient and more modern history of this mighty castle. On our return to Gdansk, we stop by the Westerplatte Peninsular and Memorial where the first shots of WWII were fired on 1 September 1939 by the German Battleship Schleswig-Holstein at the Polish Garrison stationed on the peninsular.

See the remains of the Polish bunker as well as the impressive memorial to the battle that raged there.

Tour length (in hours or days): 6.5 hours
0900You will be collected from your Gdansk hotel and travel to Malbork Castle
1000Arrive At Malbork Castle and begin tour
1300Complete tour and depart for Gdansk
1400Arrive at the Westerplatte Peninsular
1500Depart Westerplatte for your hotel
1530Drop-off at your hotel

Day Four: WWII In Gdansk

On the morning of our final day, you will visit the impressive Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk (Polish: Muzeum II Wojny Światowej). The museum was established in 2008 and is devoted to the Second World War in Europe with Polish highlights. This is a thoroughly spectacular museum not to be missed.

At the completion of the tour of the Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk, you will be escorted back to your hotel and we will bid you farewell. However, if you need to leave early on the 4th day, please speak to us about adding the WWII Museum on Day 3.

Tour length (in hours or days): 4 hours
0930You will be collected from your hotel – Museum does not open until 1000
1000Begin the tour of the museum
1400Complete the tour at the museum or we can return you to your hotel

Gdansk Poland Tour Route