Warsaw and Gdansk are modern and cosmopolitan cities, offering heritage, culture and entertainment. They both went throughout historical ups and downs and suffered severe destruction, but they were rebuilt in the aftermath.
It is in Gdansk where the Second World War broke out, Warsaw suffered during two uprisings, Solidarity movement and fall of communism began in Gdansk’s shipyard. Visit both to touch and study Modern European History.
Gdansk, together with Sopot and Gdynia, are seaside resort that cater to holiday makers who wish to enjoy free-time and outdoor activities. Warsaw is a must-see for modern art, galleries and nightlife. Combine both and you will have an exceptional time in Poland.

Day 1

Warsaw

Arrival in Warsaw and transfer to the hotel for check-in
Rest of the day at leisure

 

Day 2

Warsaw

Breakfast at the hotel
Meeting with a local guide for a full day sightseeing tour of Warsaw featuring the Old Town and the Royal Castle; next following the Royal Route that starts at Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street, leads along Nowy Swiat Street and Aleje Ujazdowskie; discover the history of the city through the stories of monuments, historic buildings and palaces; today some of them serve as governmental offices or public space of modern Warsaw

Lunch break
The tour continues to Lazienki Place and Park Complex and features the Royal Palace on the Isle, the former royal residence; today it is the museum which houses 140 works of art. The Complex includes the Old Orangery with the Open-air Theater – one of the very few original European 18th century court theaters. Lazienki Park is also known for the famous Chopin’s Monument where summer Chopin concerts take place on Saturdays and Sundays during summer.
Rest of the day at leisure for private visits

 

Day 3

Warsaw – Gdansk

Breakfast at the hotel, check-out
Morning: transfer to Gdansk, upon arrival check-in at your hotel
Afternoon: walking tour of Gdansk Old Town. The tour includes: Royal Route following Dluga and Dlugi Targ Streets, Gothic Town Hall, magnificent Artus Court, Neptune Fountain – symbol of Gdansk and the largest brick church Europe St. Mary’s Church.
Rest of the day on your own, we recommend independent visit to Amber Museum or/and European Solidarity Center

 

Day 4

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 an extensive collection of amber exhibits to admire.
Afternoon: discover more of Tri-City treasures; today tour takes you to Oliwa Cathedral, famous for its 18th century organ concerts, harbor in 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

 

Day 5

Gdansk – Malbork – Gdansk

Breakfast at the hotel, check-out transfer to the railway station or airport for your next destination

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