Magic vineyard and Exploseum 1 day

Bydgoszcz

culture

Polish wine experience and local explosive history in one day!

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 are now preserved. Only 17 were renovated to be museum, all the others look exactly as they were founded.

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SCHEDULE

9:00 pick up from hotel

9:30 visit in Exploseum - explosive history of Bydgoszcz form the Second World War

12:00 Local lunch on the way to Vineyard

14:00 arrive to vineyard cheese and wine tasting in the smallest and most beautiful vineyard ever

18:00 arrival to your hotel

INCLUDED AND NOT

transportation with car/ minibus

YES

English-speaking guide and driver

YES

lunch

YES

entrance fee to mentioned museums and attractions, some food and drink tasting

YES

accomodation (can be arranged or recommended if needed)

NOT

PRICE

ON REQUEST

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

Joanna

I love discover the world !

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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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