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Travel back in time and explore the charming old city of Toruń situated on the banks of the River Vistula. You will see all the most significant monuments of the city of Copernicus. Left undamaged by World War II, the Old Town of Toruń was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997 for its largely intact medieval street plan and outstanding buildings. You will explore the adjacent New Town, founded in 1264 and admire the red-brick merchant houses and Gothic spires of churches, such as the late Gothic Church of St. James. Your guide will take you to the ruins of the Castle of the Teutonic Order, destroyed by the town’s residents in 1454. We will step into the house where Nicolaus Copernicus was born and, at the Planetarium, we will learn about his life and achievements in astronomy. You cannot miss the tasting of some of Toruń’s famous gingerbread, baked according to a 16th-century recipe.
Professional guided tour in small groups
Convenient pickup point and two-way transport included
Admire the famous Gothic architecture of the city
Taste gingerbread prepared on the basis of the 16th-century recipe
Learn about Copernicus and visit the home where he was born
Pickup Time Morning or afternoon pickup. Exact hour specified after the booking.
Pickup Place Specified after the booking.
Tour Stops The Old Town, the Leaning Tower, the late Gothic Church of St. James, Planetarium, ruins of the Castle, the house of Copernicus.
Additional Information Bottle of water and a hat is advisable during the hot sunny weather. Standard language: English; other languages: French, Italian, German, Spanish available on request. If your accommodation is located within the Old Town's pedestrian zone, we will set up a meeting point accessible for bigger vehicles as close as possible.