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Gdansk tour

Gdansk tour from Warsaw

Over 1,000-year-old Gdansk is considered the amber capital of the world and the richest to antiques city in the ‘Baltic Europe’ region. Most of the historic buildings are centered at the most representative course of the Main City or Royal Route.

The tracks are decorated with charming, restored tenement houses which origins are found in the 16th and 17th century. The gothic Town Hall of the Main City, the most magnificent and the most valuable secular building of the old Gdansk, dominates the buildings of the street. The heart of the city is the Long Market, with the Fountain of Neptune from 1633. Strolling through Dluga Street in the direction of Motlawa we encounter the Green Gate and the Dlugie Pobrzeze with the silhouette of the Crane behind it - the oldest preserved port crane in Europe. Following the St. Mary's Street along the shops with amber, we find the St. Mary's Basilica - one of the largest brick churches in the world, commonly called the crown of Gdansk. From the church tower, which is over 70 meters high, you can admire the panorama of the city. From here, it is worth going to the Royal Chapel, the only Baroque church in the Main Town, and then to Korzenna Street to see the Old Town Hall. When visiting Gdansk, one cannot overlook the place where the political changes in Poland began - the Gdansk Shipyard with the famous port cranes.

To meet your expectations and give you the full experience, we can also invite you to visit other Tri-City cities: Gdynia and Sopot.

Neighbouring city, Sopot, is a beautiful and popular resort. Bohaterow Monte Cassino Street, commonly known as "Monciak", is Sopot’s main promenade and the most representative street. When you get to its end, you will be stepping on the longest wooden pier in Europe (512 meters).

The last of the Tri-city cities is Gdynia, where you can admire ‘Blyskawica’ and the frigate ‘Dar Pomorza’ ships. They will remind you Poland’s rich history of the shipbuilding naval industry.

We will make sure our tour guide shows you all those places, and some more.

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  • Suggested departure time: 7:00 am
  • Tour duration: 14 hours
  • Sightseeing available in English, Russian and German (we give flags)
  • The price per trip * applies to the cost per person and is given in Polish zlotys
  • Possibility to pay in foreign currency (€, £, $) at the current NBP exchange rate
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  • Sightseeing accompanied by an English-speaking tour guide in Gdansk up to 3 hours. Tours available in German and Russian on request and for an additional fee of 250 PLN
  • high-class car ride with an English-speaking driver
  • water for the passengers
  • in-car Wi-Fi
  • passenger insurance
  • For groups larger than 6 people, the service is priced individually
  • Price does not include taxes