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Overview

Historical, Hanseatic Gdansk, relaxing Sopot with the longest wooden pier in Europe and modernistic Gdynia are a magnet for tourists from all around the world and all year round in this so called Tri-City agglomeration. Multitude of historical monuments, great accumulation of modern, multi media museums and excellent cuisine decide of touristic success of the area. Discover each of the three cites as each of them has very different and distinct character and at the same time don't spent too much time on coach transfers. Explore the area in a calm, relaxing manner that is perfect for all our senior clients.

Number of days/duration

5 days / 4 nights

Included meals

FB (4 brakfasts, 4 lunches, 4 dinners)

Suggested dates

All year

Number of cities/sights

3 Cities, 1 town

Group size

10-50

Trip pace

Calm

Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*

Itinerary

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What's included

4 nights
12 meals
Trip staff

Local and museum guides for sightseeing

Entrance fees to

St. Mary's Basilica, Sopot Pier, Malbork Castle, Gdynia Aquarium, Gdynia Emigration Museum, Lion Galeon Cruise.

Transport

Coach, boat

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

Trip type

City Tour

Not included

General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

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...

Westerplatte

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...

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...

Crane

Located in the very centre of Gdańsk on the river Motława. This wooden port crane is part of National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk. The crane is first mentioned in documents as old as 1367. This one, however, was built between 1442 and 1444 and was used to load goods, beer mainly, on ships cruising Vistula river. Tourists may visit three exhibitions, one on each floor, as well as admire the lifting mechanism.

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...

Uphagen’s House

Located at the very heart of Gdańsk, at Długa 12 street. It is one of few 18th century tenement house open to the public. The building is named after one of the owners, Johann Uphagen, who purchased the building in 1775. Today visitors can see living apartments, utility rooms, hall and a small trade shop.

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...

Aqua Hotel - Sopot

This property is 3 minutes walk from the beach in Sopot, located at Zamkowa Góra 35. The elegant Hotel Aqua Sopot has 50 rooms. All of the rooms are bright and decorated with warm colours. Each comes with satellite TV, an electric kettle and a modern bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer. On its premises there are a fitness area and Aquarella Restaurant, where European cuisine is served. A varied buffet breakfast is also served every mor...

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.

Food Tour

The colourful and turbulent history of Gdańsk resulted in a fact that the city kept welcoming new inhabitants coming from various regions of Poland and even Europe to settle in well here. They brought their own culture and customs, enriched the diversity of this beautiful city. Of course, this also affected the local cuisine, which can be now experienced by visiting numerous restaurants in Gdansk, which offer excellent and unique dishes based ...

National Maritime Museum

The museum has a number of divisions in Gdańsk. They are Granaries on Ołowianka island, S.S. Sołdek (first ship build in Poland after WWII), Żuraw (15th century wooden port crane), Maritime Culture Centre, Dar Pomorza (1909 Sailing Ship), Fisheries Museum, The Vistula River Museum and The Vistula Lagoon Museum. The Graneries on Ołowianka, being the main seat of the museum, are the most often visited. The exhibition here is set up on four floor...

Reviews

I just talked to the group and they are VERY SATISFIED with their visit to Gdansk.
Everything was great.
They liked the hotel and all restaurants.
The guide was very nice and skilled.
Thank you very much for all your good help with this group.
Anne
I have traveled to Gdańsk area with my wife and son and the trip has far exceeded our expectations. The waterfront and the Large Old Town is very striking, as is the food which was marvellous. The prices are very low so be prepared for lots of shopping. Gdańsk is also packed with fascinating history stories. What is more just a 30 min drive from Gdańsk there is this marvellous Sopot chic seaside resort. I am really surprised that Poland is still so little discovered in our country (UK).
Tom

Questions and answers

I know that Malbork is huge castle. Will there be any breaks during sightseeing?

Yes, every sightseeing tour in Malbork has some small breaks embedded in the program. Moreover, after sightseeing you can spend as much time in the castle as you want and still explore premises on your own, especially if you happened to loose your group taking break on one of numerous benches in the castle during the official group sightseeing.

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