Excursion in time and space. Join us if you want to explore the secrets of history and learn a bit more about the World War II. We will visit one of the most terrible concentration camps in occupied Poland. We will tell its story, which began shortly after the German attack on Poland, and ended with the liberation of the camp by Soviet troops in 1945. The local guide will also answer the question – Why does everything start in Gdansk?

The route will lead us from Gdansk through the beautiful areas of Sobieszewska Island. Next we use the ferry crossing the queen of Polish rivers – Wisła. In the second part of the tour, we will stop for coffee on the beach in Stegna. There will also be an option for lunch. On the way back we’ll take a look at beautiful wooden architecture – a remnant of Dutch settlers who settled in Żuławy since the 17th century.

PRICE 200 zł/person (Minimum 2 pax.) 
INCLUDED
Local guide Coffee on the beach
Soft drinks

Transport

INFO Dinner’s not included

 

Additional information

Number of people2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
Payment typePayment in advance, Prepayment of 20%