Gdansk City of Amber and Cradle of Solidarity
Saint Mary's Cathedral
Fountain of Neptune
The Crane of Gdansk
Main Town Hall
Program of the city tour:
A city at the Baltic Sea – one of the places undoubtedly worth visiting… Largely destroyed in the Second World War, splendidly rebuilt in the aftermath as one of Europe’s most beautiful port cities. Gdansk offers a wonderful combination of old architecture with historic monuments and buildings, a holiday resort, as well as the atmosphere of a modern city. This 1000 year-old city has something for all tastes and it is a perfect place both: for a short holiday break and for a longer stay.
Upon arrival in Gdansk, meet with your guide/assistance and transfer to your hotel; Check-in
Half day city tour of Gdansk, including: the Royal Route (with Dluga Street and Long Market – Dlugi Targ), Gothic Town Hall houses, The Artus Court (one of the most magnificent building of this type in Europe), The Neptune Fountain (a symbol of Gdansk), St. Mary’s Church (the largest brick church in Europe, which offers space for 25,000 people), Oliwa Cathedral (famous for its 18th century organ and concerts played there).
Welcome dinner at a local restaurant or at the hotel’s restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Gdansk
Breakfast at the hotel
Meet with a local guide at the lobby of the hotel for full day trip
Cruise on the route Gdansk – Westerplatte (place where World War II began) – Gdansk, by beautiful galleon-styled ships “Black Pearl” or “Galleon Lion” (cruise will take around 90 min.). Aboard of the ships the guide will tell about the history and monuments of Gdansk, its Shipyard and Westerplatte (without stop-over at Westerplatte).
Return to Gdansk
Visit the Museum of World War II (opened in March 2017). The building has about 23,000 sq. m. of floor area, of which the space reserved for the permanent exhibition covers around 5,000 sq. m. This exhibition uses the most modern methods to present the history of the Second World War.
The Museum will become a unique and powerful icon, as well as a public attraction standing for the never-to-be-forgotten history of World War II… – Daniel Libeskind, architect, jury member.
Back to the hotel. Dinner at the local restaurant or at the hotel’s restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Gdansk
Breakfast at the hotel
Meet with a local guide at the lobby of the hotel + bus/driver. Continue discovering of Tri-City and drive to Sopot, the beautiful and famous Baltic seaside resort. Here you can admire one of the longest pier in Europe. The next stop will be Gdynia – the guiding port in Poland with two popular ships Dar Pomorza and battleship Blyskawica.
Return to Gdansk.
Afternoon at leisure to explore Gdansk on your own – shopping
Dinner at a local restaurant or at the hotel’s restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Gdansk
Breakfast at the hotel; Check-out
Departure transfer to Gdansk Airport for your return flight
Due to unforeseen changes in local schedules & events, we reserve the right to change the sequence of sightseeing, events and activities as well as substitute those listed with others of similar quality… Flight details may cause changes in the program.