Choose this tour to discover the most important sights of the Old Town (dated 1233), including the Town Hall, the House of Copernicus, the famous Leaning Tower, the Franciscan Saint Mary’s Church, Star House – the pearl of baroque, Toruń’s oldest church - St Johns’ Cathedral, with the biggest Polish medieval bell Tuba Dei, Artus Court, Eskens’ Palace, Dąbski Palace, city walls and towers as well as medieval granaries. You will also find out about the surprising stories of the Toruń’s infamous donkey, the Raftsman and the Frogs, the beloved doggie Filuś and the cat at the roof looking down at the Old Square…
Price: 50 euro
For the ultimate in Torunian sightseeing, take the 6-hour tour, which includes everything mentioned above, as well as an authentic Polish lunch at a local restaurant, baking your own gingerbread and visiting the lavish interiors of the Town Hall with some impressive Polish paintings. During this trip you will also walk up the tower of the Town Hall, which presents a breathtaking bird’s eye view of the city. Not to be missed is of course visiting the House of Copernicus with a typical 15th-century room arrangement and a projection about medieval Toruń. Inside the Eskens’ Palace you will find out more about the history of Toruń, its trade and craft, accompanied by a three-dimensional film.
Price: 100 euro + 20 per person (entrance fees and food)
Choose the 3-hour city tour to visit everything included in the 2-hour tour, as well as the first Teutonic Castle in Poland and the New Town of Torun (dated 1264) with its Square, the impressive Gothic St James’ Church, one of the oldest taverns in Poland – the Blue Apron Inn, neo-Gothic St Catherine’s Church with the highest tower in the city, the Old Mill, ruins of post-Dominican St Nicholas’ Church
Price: 70 euro