Gdansk, a seaside charming city, is worth visiting. Destroyed in the Second World War, splendidly rebuilt in the aftermath as one of Europe’s most beautiful port cities. Gdansk, together with Sopot and Gdynia, offers a wonderful combination of history and heritage preserved in historic monuments and buildings and holiday resort atmosphere with sandy beaches. This over 1000-year-old city has something for all tastes and it is a perfect place for both a short holiday break and for a longer stay.

Day 1


  • Arrival in Gdansk and transfer to your hotel for check-in
  • Time at leisure

Day 2

Gdansk – Gdynia – Sopot

  • Full-day tour of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot. The tour includes: Royal Route leading along Dluga and Dlugi Targ Streets, Gothic Town Hall, magnificent Arthus Court, Neptune Fountain – symbol of Gdansk and the largest brick church Europe St. Mary’s Church
  • Next the tour continues to Oliwa Cathedral, famous for its 18th century organ concerts, Gdynia where two popular ships Dar Pomorza and battleship Blyskawica. The last stop is Sopot with the longest pier in Europe
  • Rest of the day at leisure, time for independent sightseeing
  • Overnight in Gdansk

Day 3

Gdansk – Malbork – Gdansk

  • Morning: transfer to Malbork (ca. 60 km, app. 1-hour drive) for a guided tour of the Malbork Castle – the largest Medieval castle in Europe, registered as World Heritage at the UNESCO List; there is a choice of exhibitions including an extensive collection of amber exhibits
  • Afternoon: return to Gdansk and time at leisure to explore Gdansk on your own – there is a choice of museums, many galleries and other attractions; the city is also a perfect place for shopping
  • Overnight in Gdansk

Day 4


  • Breakfast at the hotel and departure transfer to your next destination or home
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