3. "He stopped the sun and moved the earth ..."An hour and a half tour with Nicolaus Copernicus. During the walk, you’ll learn interesting facts about the life of the most-famous Polish astronomer, who was born in Toruń, and then visit the family home, located here till today. The walk will take you through places that Nick liked to visit, as well as the Cathedral, in which he was baptised. You’ll learn many facts about the life of the great Pole, as well as some of his secrets. At the end of the walk, you can visit the Planetarium, and feel like you’re in heaven.
4. Gingerbread loveA three-hour culinary tour tasting Toruń's most-delicious baked goods. The walk will begin with a gingerbread-making workshop where you will learn all about the history of this very aromatic cake, as well as ways of kneading it. Practise kneading and moulding gingerbread, and then stroll to a restaurant for a gingerbread lunch. Afterwards, it’s time for another walk and a cup of coffee with gingerbread on the side!
5. Impregnable fortressA three-hour tour for those who love military history and nineteenth-century fortresses. The car tour takes you through both known and unknown forts of Toruń. One of the highlights is Fort IV, which is Toruń's most famous fort and currently has a hostel and restaurant. We’ll also see less-popular buildings. You’ll hear extraordinary stories of Prussian soldiers who lived and worked here.
6. A visit to the vineyardThe Lower Vistula Valley is a land of Mennonites – people who settled and subdued these inhospitable floodplains. Their legacy can be seen today, preserved in the old homes, leaning willows and plots of land of equal chequerboard sizes. Take a trip to this unique land, which today is famous for the production of organic foods and a small family vineyard, where while drinking in the view of the valley, you can forget about the whole world ...The tour also includes a visit to “Vineyard at a Plate” in Topolno. There, you’ll taste four wines from the vineyard accompanied by bread and a selection of cheeses. During the tour, you’ll learn about the winery and how it came about.Then on to Chełmno – the city of lovers and birthplace of the great surgeon L. Rydygier.