Gdansk City Break

City Breaks

from 156 GBP

Gdańsk is one of the most beautiful cities of the First Republic of Poland, which, over the course of centuries, repeatedly changed hands and eventually became the Polish window to the world. Gdańsk was the home to such famous personages as Hevelius, Fahrenheit, Schopenhauer and Wałęsa. With more than a thousand years of history, Gdańsk is considered to be the richest city of Baltic Europe in terms of historical monuments. Situated upon the Motława River, the city can boast one of the most beautiful Old Town districts in Europe.



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Day 1Arrival in Gdańsk

Arrival in Gdańsk. Meeting with guide and transfer to hotel. Check-in. Evening stroll around the Old Town and dinner in one of the restaurants of Gdańsk's Old Town. Return to hotel. Overnight in Gdańsk.

Day 2 Sightseeing in Gdańsk
Breakfast at the hotel. Meeting with guide. Transport to the Old Town. Sightseeing in Gdańsk along the Royal Way: Golden Gate, Uphagen House, Town Hall, Neptune Fountain, Arthus’ Court and the Gothic Church of St. Mary’s. Afterwards to the Żuraw crane over the Motława River, the largest port crane in medieval Europe. Transfer to Oliwa to admire the exquisite cathedral with many preserved works of art, such as the Renaissance main altar, 16th century polychromes and famous Rococo organ, one of the most valuable instruments of this type in Europe. Organ concert in the afternoon followed by free time to relax or possibly go shopping. Dinner in a restaurant. Stroll through the Old Town and a visit to one of the pubs. Return to hotel. Overnight in Gdańsk.

Day 3 Sopot

Breakfast. Transfer to Sopot, Poland’s most famous summer holiday resort. A stroll along the “Molo” (which, at 512 metres, is the longest wooden pier in Europe). Transport to the resort’s main promenade. On the ground floors of the 19th/20th century town houses and more modern buildings, like the Crooked House, there are many romantic restaurants and enchanting cafés. Free time for a cup of coffee in this beautiful scenery. In the afternoon, transfer to the airport. Departure from Poland.

Other attractions of the city and in its vicinity:

Gdańsk - visit to the amber museum.

Gdańsk - Westerplatte and Wisłoujście Fortress - sightseeing: the location of where the Second World War began on the 1st of September 1939, the 25-metre-high Monument to the Defenders of the Coast and the Wisłoujście Fortress, the city’s vital observation point, which enabled control over the traffic of ships sailing to Gdańsk.
Water tram cruise to Hel. The main attractions of this picturesque town with its rich history include the Seal Aquarium and the Fisheries Museum, which display historical fishing boats and equipment.

Malbork - castle of the Teutonic Knights, which is a UNESCO protected site. It is one of largest medieval strongholds in Northern Europe, built on the banks of the Nogat River, and includes such items as the Grand Master’s Palace and vast fortifications with numerous towers and bastions.
Gdynia - visit to the historical vessels and sailing ships moored at the landing pier, e.g. ORP Błyskawica, Polish destroyer (museum ship) and Dar Pomorza, the most famous Polish sailing ship.

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