Along the river

Bydgoszcz

culture

15 EUR

Brda river was always the most important part of the city. All the factories were close to the water. The best cafes and restaurants were next to river so you can feel the atmosphere of the city taking the cruise by water tram. During the tour you will also visit the most popular attractions in the Old Town and Downtown, learn about history of Bydgoszcz Canal and visit the funniest museum in Bydgoszcz.

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SCHEDULE

pick-up by water tram at water tram stop

start the tour with guide on Rybi Rynek, walk around Old Town with amazing stories for adults and kids

time for ice creams and souvenirs

visit in the Museum of Soap and History of Dirt

walk to your hotel with guide (if it is by walking distance), stories about Downtown on the way

end of the tour

INCLUDED AND NOT

transportation with water tram

YES

English-speaking guide

YES

entrance fee to mentioned museums and attractions

YES

accomodation (can be arranged or recommended if needed)

NOT

PRICE

price

15 EUR

It was an amazing adventure. So many beautiful places in such a short time!

Joanna

I love discover the world !

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Feel the atmosphere of the city taking the cruise by water tram. During the tour you will also visit the most popular attractions in the Old Town and Downtown, learn about history of Bydgoszcz Canal and visit the funniest museum in Bydgoszcz.

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Try one of the best Polish wines with magnificent view on Lower Vistula Valley. Small and family - run vinery with great atmosphere and stunning view will be one of the highlights of your Polish tour. Exploseum is the museum of The WW II hidden in the Bydgoszcz Forest. Over 1000 buildings of the dynamite factory.

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Brda river always played important role in the city development. You can feel the atmosphere of the city taking the cruise by water tram. Brewing traditions in Bydgoszcz date as far back as the Middle Ages, most of the beer at this time was produced (and consumed) by monks. So, would you take a beer walk with us?

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