Gdansk – tour by train
Gdańsk: one of the largest commercial ports in the Baltic Sea, where the cultural, political and artistic influences of Poland, Germany, Scandinavia, the Netherlands and the rest of the continent have mixed for centuries. A window to the world of the Commonwealth, a powerful cultural center, in which, for example, there was the second Shakespearean theater in Europe after “the Globe”. In Gdańsk the “Solidarity” was founded, the largest pro-democratic social movement in Central and Eastern Europe enslaved by communism.
Gdańsk is part of a complex of three cities. The next one is small, but not sleepy Sopot, a well-known and popular resort with hundreds of restaurants, bars, a famous promenade and the longest pier in the Baltic Sea. And finally Gdynia, a modern commercial port built in the 1930s, and with it a modernist city.
Gdansk is a city with 1000 years history, once described as the Hanseatic granary of Europe. It is also the city of famous scholars and humanists. Explore this unique city with us.
During our tour you will see the highlights of Old Town of Gdansk:
- Long Market with its townhouses restored after damages of World War II
- Fountain of Neptune
- Artus Court – once meeting place for the wealthy burghers of Gdansk
- Crane Gate, Green Gate, Golden Gate, High Gate and Prison Tower
- Church of St Mary – the largest medieval brick-built church in Europe with well known figure of the Virgin and Child and Astronomical Clock made by Hans Durunger in 15th century
Tour available in English by default. Other languages: Spanish, Italian, German and French on request if available.
Price depends on numer of people and include:
- pick-up/drop off from your hotel in Warsaw
- pick-up/drop off from railway station in Warsaw and Gdansk train tickets
- guided walking tour of Gdansk Old Town with private guide (up to 3 hours)
Prices per person:
- 1 person – 950 PLN
- 2 people – 650 PLN
- 3 people – 580 PLN
- 4 people and more – 500 PLN