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This is one of those activities that you need to have a lot of time to enjoy it. As it is a long ride to walk on the grass with the boat. I definitely recommend it for the experience or just to relax a bit....More
We stopped there on our way to Malbork and was pleasantly surprise.
This is something very unique to see.
It is a little bit out of the way but worthwhile.
You can take a short boat ride on this boat to land to water trip.
Have wanted to do this trip frim Elblag since seeing Michael Palin's programme feature many years ago and finally made it to this part of Poland.
So glad I did, as it was totally worth seeing such marvellous engineering. I even benefited from the discount...More
We did this trip in September, weather was unseasonably wet, out boat was comfortable (we did see bigger boats pass by, and on board drinks and food can be purchased although food choices are limited to Polish sausage, bread and pickled cucumber, there was a...More
We were staying in Malbork so we day tripped over by train.
It was easy to book the boat. The tourist information office sent us to the company office.
They put us on the 5 hour trip leaving early afternoon.
Had a quick lunch and...More
This was an excursion from Gdansk. We had booked a private tour and had paid €184 to include private transfers from our hotel in Gdansk to the boat, the trip on the boat and return transfers. Our driver told us that there are two companies...More
I booked our trip in January of this year as they also offer 'Senior Rates' for over 65, which you don't get from the tour operators.
Our trip was then changed from a 5 hour 1 Ramp trip to a 6 Hour 2 Ramp trip,...More
For me this concept of moving ships and boats was very interesting
The use of water to balance the ships weight is a nice idea
we were watching tourist ships and yachts lifted to the uper canal or reduced to the lower canal for a...More