Start with pick-up from your hotel in the city center. First, explore the Old Town of Gdańsk to see famous sites such as the City Hall and the Neptune fountain. On the way visit the Gdansk Shipyard which is one of the more important symbols of the city. It is also one of the largest and most recognizable Polish shipyards. Admire the Amber Stadium, which was used to host football matches in Euro 2012, and visit the old harbor district.
Continue to Brzezno, where you will find a beautiful and peaceful seaside park. Take a break at the pier and see the panorama of the entire bay of Gdansk. The final point on this part of the tour is the house of Gunter Grass and the historic working district of Lower Wrzeszcz.
If you choose the 6-hours extended tour option, visit the charming seaside resort of Sopot. Here discover one of the most popular vacation destinations of Poland. Take a walk on the longest pier in Europe, the highlight of this small town.
Next visit Oliwa Park, which is located in one of the most beautiful areas of Gdańsk. Learn more about the Oliwa Cathedral famous for its organs in the form of moving angels, stars, and suns.
During the tour you will see the following:
- The Polish Post Office
- Three Crosses Monument
- St. Nicholas Church
- St. Mary's Church
- Solidarity Square and European Solidarity Center
- Gdansk Shipyard
- Football Arena - Energa Stadium
- New Port
- Gdansk Brzezno
- Pier and Gdansk shore
- Gdansk Zaspa
- Street Art "Murale"
- Gdansk Wrzeszcz
- Günter Grass house
- Oskar’s Bench
- Wajdeloty Street