Castle and City Combo

Castle and City Combo

Castle and City Combo

The Malbork Castle,begun in 1274, was built by the Teutonic Knights and is located on the Nogat River. One of Poland's oldest surviving castles, this fortress boasts massive brick walls, towers, dungeons and a host of architectural details.

Your guide will take you through the castle complex and its exhibition halls with collections of ceramics, sculptures and Baltic amber.

Then we will travel to Gdansk for free time and a city highlight tour. Pass by the Gdansk Shipyards, previously known as the Lenin Shipyards and "Solidarity Square" with its famous monument commemorating the deaths of shipyard workers shot down in December 1970 by the Communist regime.


  • Guided tour of Malbork Castle and entrence fee
  • City highlight tour of Gdansk


Don't forget your camera. Excursions listed for a port may not be available for every cruise. This tour requires a minimum number of people to operate

Departure Location

At the cruise ship pier. The specific meeting location at the pier will be listed in your confirmation email and voucher for this shore excursion. See the 'Redemption and Voucher Details' section below.

Redemption and Voucher Details

  1. After you complete your booking, your credit card will be charged and our expert Shore Excursion Concierge agents will 'hand'-review your shore excursion selections against your cruise itinerary to confirm compatibility. Your credit card statement will list the merchant for the charges as Port Promo Cruise Tours.
  2. You will receive an email within 72 hours of booking from which confirms your booking and contains the vouchers required for your shore excursions. Please print these vouchers and bring them with you on your cruise. You will be required to turn the voucher(s) in to the corresponding shore excursion supplier(s). The vouchers feature information regarding how to meet up with the tour leader upon arrival to a port and other important details.
  3. Your tour is completely refundable if your ship is unable to get into port or due to weather cancellations. See our terms and conditions for complete details.
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