Insterburg and Gumbinnen are two cities in the Kaliningrad region that have long changed their names, but have retained the pre-war buildings and the spirit of East Prussia. In a group of up to 30 people, you will explore the streets of Chernyakhovsk, see a Gothic castle and follow in the footsteps of Napoleon. And in picturesque Gusev, visit a museum that will immerse you in the events of two world wars. Group excursion Duration 8 hours Group size up to 30 people Children Without children How it goes By bus Rating 5 per 1 review RUB 1500 per person
What awaits you
Chernyakhovsk-Insterburg… In an old German town with pre-war buildings, we will look at the building of the 19th century church, the Catholic Church of St. Bruno, the monument to Field Marshal Barclay de Tolly and the Gothic castle of Insterburg from the 16th century. You will find the house where Napoleon stayed and the villa of the mayor. You will also learn about the horses of the Trackenne, Holstein and Hanover breeds, for which the local stud farm was famous.
Gusev-Gumbinnen… Here you will get acquainted with the main attractions of the Prussian town: you will see the monument to Captain Gusev, the Salzburg church and the famous bronze elk. At the Bayonet Attack monument, hear about the Battle of Gumbinnen during the First World War. Then visit the interactive museum of Gusev to get in touch with the history of the city during the First and Second World Wars.
- On a comfortable bus in a group of up to 30 people
- The excursion for you will be led by me or another guide from our team
- A visit to the museum is included in the price of the excursion, additional lunch is paid at will
The excursion starts at the Kaliningrad hotel. You will find out the exact meeting point immediately after booking.