Explore one of the largest brick castles in Europe on a 5-hour tour of Malbork Castle, southeast of Gdansk and enjoy scenic views of the Vistula River.
- Visit Malbork Castle, one of Poland’s celebrated UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- Learn about the long history of the Gothic castle
- Hear about monastic life in the Middle Ages, and learn about the Baltic Crusades
- Admire the gorgeous jewelry in the Amber Museum located inside the castle
Malbork Castle is one of the largest and best preserved gothic strongholds in the world. It is placed in Malbork town, about one hour away from Gdansk. The castle was built in the end of 13th century as a seat of Teutonic Knights Order and the capital city of Order’s State.
The size of the fortress is really impressive. Almost 5 millions bricks were used for its construction. It’s divided in three parts: lower, medium, and higher castle. During the ages Malbork was the seat of Teutonic Order’s Grand Master. This is one of only a few strongholds in the world which have never been captured in battle.
During the 3 hours of sightseeing you’ll be able to see the Grand Masters Palace, the Great Refectory, many chambers and towers, and also medieval daily items, armors, weapons, and hundreds of other amazing and totally unique exhibits.
Malbork Castle is a must-see attraction in Poland. If you want to feel the amazing atmosphere of the medieval ages, find out about the tales of the bravest knights and battles between Poland and the Teutonic Order. The medieval adventure within the huge walls of Malbork await you.
- Museum tour guide
- Transportation with a private driver
- Entrance tickets to Malbork Castle
- Parking fees