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One of Poland’s most beautiful cities on the Baltic Sea. Gdańsk is a city of the future, which does not forget about his past. It was the 1939 flash point of World War II, and then in 1980, the birthplace of the Solidarnosc. Gdansk’s Old Town, enchants with its beauty. Great food, cultural, entertainment and historical events waiting for you
Arrival at Gdansk Airport. Transfer by bus to your hotel and check in. Dinner and overnight stay in Gdansk.
Tri City Tour
After breakfast all day tour of Tri City Tour with our local guide (duration 8 hours). We will start from Oliwa – Oliwa’s Cathedral, presentation of the biggest European organs of last centuries in Oliwa’s Cathedralt, 20 minutes concert on Great Organs and then Park sightseeing. After the sightseeing we will drive to Sopot. Sopot – short walking tour on the longest wooden pier in Europe 560 m (1866 ft.) with beautiful panorama of Gdansk Bay and Monte Casino promenade. In Sopot we will have free time for Lunch in some of the regional restaurant. After the lunch we will continue our tour in Gdańsk. The heart of Gdansk is the magnificent Dluga street (Long Street), which gives way onto Dlugi Targ (Long Market) in the east. We will see City Hall, Golden and Green Gates, Neptune Fountain. Heading north from the Town Hall is the formidable Kosciol Mariacki (St. Mary’s Church) which is reputedly the largest brick church in Europe, and it’s certainly the largest church in Poland. After the sightseeing back to hotel for relax and refresh. Dinner and overnight stay in Gdansk.
Malbork castle tour
Morning tour to the Malbork Castle (duration 6 hours)
Malbork it is a historical monument put on the UNESCO World`s Heritage list. This Gothic Castle is the biggest brick fortress in all the land and has been made a World Heritage Site! A tour of Malbork takes you back in time, allowing you to learn a bit about the lifestyle of these pious Knights and how they built such a massive structure so long ago. There are big collections of amber, arms and armory, coins, ceramics and other objects of art. After sightseeing, we return to Gdansk. Afternoon free time for shopping. Dinner and overnight stay in Gdansk.
HEL Ship cruise
After the breakfast we wil go by bus to Gdynia. Ship-cruise to Hel Peninsula – Museum of Fishing, Seals Aquarium, Lighthouse. During the trip the participants will visit Hel – a small fishing town located on the edge of a 25-metre peninsula. Wander the charming streets, lined with fishing-style cafés and restaurants. The major attractions of the tour will be a visit in Museum of Fishing and Seals Aquarium. Tourists will then go to the oldest operating lighthouse in Poland – situated at Rozewie Cape. After that you will also have enough time to relax and eat the lunch. After visit we will back to Gdansk by bus. Dinner and overnight stay in Gdansk.
After breakfast check-out and free time for shopping or visit the Solidarity Centre Foundation ‘Roads to Freedom’ Exhibition. The ‘Roads to Freedom’ exhibition concentrates on the history of Poland during the 1956- 1989 years. ‘Solidarność’, a political and social movement, was originated on the area of the former Lenin Shipyard in Gdańsk in 1980.
Transfer to the Gdansk Airport. Have a nice flight!
Lunches, Beverages, Travel Insurance (recommend), Tips to your guide & driver
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