Become more familiar with Kaliningrad, Russia’s seaport city between Poland and Lithuania on this 3-hour tour. See some of the best spots such as the Gothic-style Königsberg Cathedral and the beautiful Evangelist Church of Queen Louise. Catch a glimpse of the Sackheim Gate, which is one of the seven surviving city gates of Kaliningrad, and make a stop at the riverside Fishing Village. This small-group tour limited to six people ensures personalized attention.
Get picked up from your Kaliningrad hotel anywhere between 9am and 10am. Your best of Kaliningrad adventure begins at about 10am, with a group size limited to six people.
Journey through the city, taking the lead from your guide, as you catch a glimpse some of the most well-known areas. Listen to your guide as he or she dives deeply into the history of the city, including the period when the city was known as the German town Königsberg. See traces of its German heritage, including an old German mansion on Kutuzov Street.
Go to the popular Fishing Village with timber framed–looking buildings made to resemble German houses. Continue along on your way as you spot the Evangelist Church of Queen Louise and the Gothic architecture of Königsberg Cathedral.
Pass by the Sackheim Gate, one of seven surviving city gates in Kaliningrad as you get a better understanding of how the city’s character is closely linked to its intriguing past.