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The Best of Gdańsk
Visiting Gdansk means connecting with its glorious medieval heritage and the modern day legacy of solidarity for freedom movement in Eastern Europe.
Our day of touring begins with a short drive from Gdynia to Gdansk stopping at the Oliwa Cathedral on the way. We will enjoy the mesmerizing sound of the Grand Organ set between 23 striking altars. Lavish décor and moveable figurines of angels make it the highlight of this collection of Baroque, Rococo and Renaissance art.
Continuing towards the center of Gdansk, we will stop at the Solidarity Monument, the symbol of epic social movement in 1980s that contributed greatly to the reforms of post-soviet Poland.
Thereafter we will stroll the streets of Old Gdansk taking us back to the golden days of medieval power and trade in the seaport strategically located on the boarder of Slavic and Germanic influences.
As a home to the world’s largest brick cathedral, statuesque structure of St. Mary´s, the cobbled walking street of The Royal Route takes also to the Town Hall, Upland Gate and Neptune Fountain.
The Motlawa riverbank offers also a beautiful backdrop to some free time shopping or enjoying a coffee break.
Return transfer to Gdynia port is the perfect occasion to recap on the days experiences of the city of solidarity.
(flat-rate max. group size 24)
DAY 1 | 08:45 - 14:00
|08:45 : 09:00||
Meet at the ship in Gdynia, departure to Gdansk
|09:00 : 09:55||
On the way, an inside visit to the Oliwa Archcathedral, with its world-famous Baroque Organs.
|09:55 : 10:40||
Continue the drive to the Old Town in Gdańsk with a stop at the Solidarity Monument
|10:40 : 12:20||
Walking tour of Gdańsk, which includes Upland Gate, Golden Gate, Royal Rout, Main Town Hall, Artus Court, Golden House and Green Gate, the former residence of the Polish Monarchs. You will see the medieval port crane and take a stroll along St. Mary’s Street, which leads to St. Mary’s Basilica, the largest brick church in the world.
|12:20 : 13:10||Free time for shopping, a coffee break, or lunch.|
|13:15||Departure to Gdynia|
|14:00||On board the ship|
Tour price includes the following services:
- Pick-up at the ship in Gdynia and shared transfer to Gdańsk
- English-speaking guide and transportation for 5 hours (other languages available for private tours upon request for +$60 USD per day)
- Entrance fees to Oliwa Cathedral
- Shared tranfser back to the ship (Gdynia)
Cost of lunch is not included in the price.
This is a sample itinerary. Actual start/end times are coordinated with your ship's arrival/departure time.