Gdańsk is located in the north of Poland, at The Baltic Sea coast, at The Motlawa and The Vistula river estuary and the Bay of Gdańsk. It is popular with tourists, both from Poland and abroad. During the four hours tour you will be able to see the most important monuments of Gdańsk – the Old Town, Neptune Fountain, Long Market, Main Town Hall, Golden Gate, Highland Gate and the Motława River banks with “the Crane”. You must also visit St. Mary’s Basilica - one of the largest brick churches in the world, called the Crown of Gdańsk. After leaving St. Mary's Basilica, you will walk to the Museum of the Second World War. The museum presents the history of Poland and other countries during the war in a modern style and with very interesting exhibitions.