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Weekend in Gdansk

Gdansk is one of the most beautiful Polish cities with a rich history and magnificent monuments. It is part of the so-called Tri-City, in the composition, which includes in addition to Gdansk are built in the twenties of the twentieth century, Gdynia, a large commercial port and the Sopot - known seaside resort with the longest wooden pier in Europe. Here, on 1st September 1939 began firing German battleship "Schleswig Holstein" World War II. In Gdansk was born in 1980, "Solidarity" movement, whose uprising triggered changes in Poland and throughout Eastern Europe. Equally attractive as its surroundings are Classifieds: Hel Peninsula, Vistula Spit and the largest medieval castle in Malbork. Classifieds offers music fans two theaters: the Baltic Opera and Musical Theatre in Gdynia. The music lovers can attend concerts of organ in the Cathedral in Oliwa, district of Gdansk.



Day 1 Thursday

Arrival in Gdansk. Walk along the coast of Long Market and the Motlawa. Dinner in the Old Town.


Day 2 Friday

Tour begins at the monument of fallen shipyard workers, near the main gate of the Gdansk shipyard. Then we visit the historic center with the Green Gate, Long Market, Uphagen House, Artus Manor, Town Hall and St Mary's Church, the biggest Gothic building in Poland. In the afternoon the ship cruise from the quay crane and the famous Maritime Museum in Westerplatte, where in 1939 the first shots started the World War II. After returning from Westerplatte coach drive to Sopot. An evening stroll along the pier and dinner in one of the many restaurants.


Day 3 Saturday

Several variants to spend the day.

Fixed Option

Visit the famous National Museum with Memling's triptych and valuable collections of medieval art and then a trip to Oliva district. Participation in the presentation of the famous Oliwa organ. In the evening participation in the performance of the Baltic Opera in Gdansk or the Musical Theatre in Gdynia. Repertoire at: and

Cruise Option I

Ship cruise to the Hel peninsula. Visiting Seal Centre at Hel and fishing huts in Jastarnia. Return by coach through Wladyslawowo and Puck. A short visit to the lighthouse in Rozewie.

Variant II cruise

Transfer to Stutthof, a concentration camp near Gdansk, yhan drive to situated on the Vistula Spit Krynica Morska. Crossing by boat to Frombork. Visiting the castle hill with the cathedral where Copernicus was buried.
On the way back to Gdansk dinner in Kadyny, former summer residence of German Emperor Wilhelm II, converted into a luxury hotel.

Variant III cruise

Out in the Elblag area to see the unique technical equipment Elblag Canal, one of the biggest tourist attractions and sightseeing Teutonic castle from XIV c in Malbork, the largest of this type of medieval buildings in Europe.


Day 4 Sunday

Morning trip to Gdynia. A stroll around the Kosciusko Square, visit the Museum Ship "Lightning". Departure to the airport Rębiechowo or train station in Gdansk, Gdynia Central or from where most of the Tri-City trains running.