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Polish Baltic sea coast is famous for its sandy beaches, good hotels and delectable food. It also provides multitude of historical and cultural attractions. Check our mix holidays, first spend a week on sightseeing in Tri-city area to discover marvels of northern Poland and then spend a week on pure beach relax in one of our meticulously selected hotels.

Number of days/duration

14 days / 13 nights

Included meals

HB ( 13 breakfasts, 13 dinners)

Suggested dates

May - September

Number of cities/sights

9 cities / towns

Group size


Trip pace


Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*


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What's included

13 nights
26 meals
Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Local and museum guides

Entrance fees to

Sopot Pier, Dar Pomorz Ship, Gdynia Aquarium, Emigration Museum, Malbork Castle, Kwidzyn Castle, Słowiński National Park with electric baggy transfer, Sea Park Sarbsk, Seal Centre, Hel harbour cruise, Costal Defence Museum, Railroad Museum, Hel Lighthouse, Elbląg Canal cruise.


Coach, ships, electric baggy

Pickup place

Airport and hotel for sightseeing trips

Drop off place

Hotel, airport for departure

Language offered

English, German, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Italian and others on request

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

Round tour beach holidays

Not included

General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

Lion Galeon cruise

Lion Galleon is a ship which is stylized on Polish galleons from the 17th century. During cruises on board of the ship, according to cruise trail choice, tourists can admire Gdańk Shipyard, a repair shipyard, docks, a harbor, Wisłoujście Stronghold, Westerplatte or Gdańsk Bay. During the trip tourists also listen to a guide talking about Gdańsk history and its monuments. The cruises are available from April till October. Standard cruise takes...

Museum of the Second World War

World War II began with Germany’s attack on Poland at the Polish military base at Westerplatte on September 1, 1939 and it’s therefore, appropriate that the remarkable WWII museum, opened in March 2017, should have been built in Gdańsk. A conflict that claimed the lives of an estimated 55 million people is a both a huge and complicated story to tell. The museum grounds cover almost 2.5 acres, while the building covers 26,000 square meters. In ...

European Solidarity Centre

European Solidarity Center filled in and developed the place of “Roads to freedom” exhibition. The exhibition and the newly built museum are really impressive. The museum chambers are filled in with historic exhibits, modern multimedia equipment and artistic installations all about Polish aspirations to be a free country at the end of the 20th century. It is not a quiet place as while walking from exhibit to exhibit we can hear real historic r...

Amber Museum

It is one of the newest museum in the Tricity. It was opened in 2000 and covers a few-centuries-long tradition of extracting and processing of amber in the area of Żuławy Wiślane. The museum is located in a unique Gothic-Renaissance Długa street gate vestibule and a prison tower. Amber museum exhibits the way amber is made, its properties as well the methods of extraction and processing and how they changed along the years. Amber museum exhibi...

Artus Court

It is one of the most recognisable buildings on Długi Targ street, where the first tenement houses date back to Middle ages. It is situated by 44 Długi Targ Street and in front of this building we will also find one of the best well known Gdańsk’s landmarks Neptune Fountain. Originally the building was erected in 1348-1350 and its golden age was in the 16th and 17th century. During its history it was a place of gatherings, society meeting cent...

Old Town Hall

Gdansk Old Town Hall is a Gothic-Renaissance historic landmark built in 14th century in Dlugi Targ – the very centre of Gdansk. Over the years the town hall was largely extended to accommodate a growing number of clerks and reflected rapidly growing local economy and wealth. The building saw two major reconstructions – after a 16th century fire and due to heavy warfare during WWII when the building suffered major damage and subsequently was s...

Gdynia Automotive Museum

Gdynia Automotive Museum was created by a single collector Witold Ciążkowski. The museum not only presents vintage cars and motorcycles, but also it lends them. The museum is located in Gdynia Chylonia at 2c Żwirowa street. The exhibition includes about 150 motorcycles and 50 cars of such makes as Mercedes, Ford or for example Fiat. Most of the exhibits was produced before the end of the Second World War. Still, there are also examples from co...

Labyrinth Park Łeba

Labyrinth Park is a great source of entertainment both for adults and children. At 5 000 m2 area you can check your sense of direction, getting through the following bases in this field puzzle. You can also learn how to play Boule or try yourself with one of a few dozen wooden games in XXL size. For children the park offers wooden carts that can make the journey easier and more pleasant and also some thematic games with organizer. Labyrinth Pa...


Władysławowo is a town which has access both to open Baltic Sea and Puck Bay. It is situated only 66 km from Gdańsk (about 1 h 15 min drive) and 39 km from Gdynia (about 45 min drive). A great attraction of Władysławowo is a sea harbor with a breakwater which also performs a tourist pier functions. The biggest attractions for families is Ocean Park with plastic models of sea mammals in 1:1 scale, a butterfly and insects museum and an amusement...

Ocean Park Władysławowo

Oceanpark in Władysławowo is situated at 13 Żwirowa and has about 12 hectares. Oceanpark gives us an opportunity to have a stroll at an ocean floor and admiring sea animals in a huge sizes (eg. 35 meter whale) but of course on a dry land. Right now tourists can admire about 50 animal models but the park is developed constantly. We can admire among many others: whales, killer whales, tortoises, walruses, fish from all climate zones starting fro...

"I Love Bałtyk" Museum

Kocham Bałtyk (I Love Baltic Museum) is situated in Swarzewo at 39 Władysławowska Street, about 5 km from Władysławowo Center and about 1 h drive from Gdańsk (58 km). Kocham Bałtyk Museum presents LEGO blocks collections which are connected with marine and journey topics, especially space travel. In the museum there is the biggest in the world collection of Lego Space constructions, which have been assembled for over 40 years. In front of the ...


Westerplatte is a peninsula in the delta of Wisła Martwa and Gulf of Gdańsk. It is a symbol of the Second World War as the war started here. The peninsula has width from 200 to 500 meters and it was a strategic point in Polish defence lines of Baltic coast region, this was the reason why it was attacked by Nazi-German battleship Schleswig-Holstein. The heroic defense of the peninsula lasted from the 1st till the 7th of September 1939. Currentl...

Stutthof Extermination Camp Museum

Sztutowo (Stutthof) is a small town about 65 km from Gdańsk in which during WWII there was a German Nazi extermination camp. The museum was created in 1962 thanks to former prisoners actions. In the area of about 20 hectares, visitors can see part of the Old Camp, the gas chamber, the reconstructed crematorium, the commanding officer headquarters and garages, the garden and greenhouses areas and the monument commemorating camp victims. The cam...


Szymbark is situated about 50 km from Gdańsk (less than an hour trip) and you see the upside down house there. The house stands on its roof and you enter it by the window. In the house you move on the ceiling and you make a journey to Polish Communist era as all the furniture come from then. Of course the main attraction is that the house plays tricks to your ears labyrinth and it is very hard to walk straight there. The house stands in the ed...

Mechowo Caves

Mechowo caves are situated in Mechowo village about 60 km from Gdańsk (1 h drive). The caves have electric lights and are available for tourists. Mechowo caves are extremely unique geological objects as they were created in deposits of the last ice sheet that covered north of Poland. The cave has a few entrance halls and also very typical sandstone pillars. There are also drip stone forms such as for example stalactites and some of them have c...

Folklore show

Polish folklore combines the tradition and culture of our country. The performance of the folklore group is a combination of unique dances, singing and colourful folk costumes. The band consists of professional musicians and a pair of dancers. During the show you will be able to take an active part in both dancing and singing folk songs.


The Fun Arena Recreation and Sports Center, opened in June 2014, is located in the Stadion Energa Gdańsk. It is the largest sport and recreation center in Pomerania with attractions for families with children, teenagers, adults, companies or organized groups. Open from 10:00 to 22:00 offers attraction such as electric and petrol go-karts, zip line, bungee, escape rooms, parkour track, trampoline park, paintball, play grand arena, planet RC, bi...


Great recipe for holidays. First, I was able to sightsee all the interesting sights in Gdańsk region and also enjoy evening and night-time in Gdańsk centre in restaurants, bars and cafes. Then there was 1 week of pure enjoyment of beach holidays and relax. Great program idea!
I chose Ustka for the relaxing part of the holidays. It is a charming, bright, clean and friendly resort just down the road from Gdansk. It combines clean white sand beaches liberally but not over-sprinkled with cafes, bars and restaurants. For the tourist, eating and drinking out must surely rank as chief among the pleasures, aided by the fact that everything is so cheap. I would advise anyone going to local restaurants to make an effort to learn a few Polish phrases, if for nothing more than the charming smiles of the young waitresses :-) In all seriousness, a little knowledge will help you a lot. All in all, in Tri-city area you will find really the ideal holiday resort - no drunks, very clean, good eating and drinking at low prices, not far from the airport, nice people, good hotels at low prices, good links to other places. Sightseeing part of the trip was a real discovery. Enjoy your trip to Poland as we have!


Questions and answers

Would it be possible to stay in Sopot hotel instead of Gdańsk during sightseeing part of the trip?

Of course it is possible. Just drop us a note on our e-mail and we will prepare quotation. Gdańsk's hotels are usually cheaper than the Sopot ones, but sometimes you can also get a good deal.

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