Gdansk City Tour

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The birthplace of the „Solidarnosc” movement, the place where the very first shots of World War II were fired on September 1st 1939, but primarily one of the most stunning cities in northern Europe, the history of which dates back more than 1000 years. Join us for a visit to Gdansk, which used to be the wealthiest city in Poland known as the Hanseatic granary of Europe and the hometown of countless famous people, including astronomer Jan Hevelius, physicist G. D. Fahrenheit, philosopher A. Shopenhauer, German writer and Nobel Prize winner Gunter Grass, and last but not least – Lech Walesa – the historic leader of the „Solidarnosc” movement and former president of Poland. We can offer various options for sightseeing in this marvelous city. If you come to Gdansk on a cruise ship, you will most likely dock in the port of Gdynia (20 kilometers from the center of Gdansk). Depending on how much free time you have, we can offer you 3 different basic versions of the city tour:

1. Highlights of Gdansk

During this tour we will focus on the Old Town of Gdansk. We will walk along its main streets, including Dlugi Targ, Mariacka street and admire the High Gate, the Golden Gate, the Green Gate and the Prison Tower. You will also have a chance to see the symbol of the old port – the Old Crane on the Motlawa river, the Church of st. Mary – the largest brick-made church in Europe and the heart of the Old Town – the fountain of Neptune in front of Artus Court. On our way back to the port in Gdynia we will stop in the Oliwa District and marvel at the Oliwa Park and Cathedral with the famous Organ Loft.

The tour lasts approximately 4 hours


  • 750 PLN total (1-2 persons)
  • 950 PLN total (3-6 persons)
  • Contact us (7 persons or more)

2. Highlights of Gdansk and Sopot

The program of this tour includes all the highlights of option number 1, and additionally the monument to the Shipyard Workers at Solidarnosci Square in Gdansk, as well as a visit in Sopot – a fancy sea resort on the Baltic coast, situated between Gdansk and Gdynia. We will admire the longest wooden pier in Europe and walk along the Bohaterow Monte Cassino street with plenty of shops, cafes, restaurants and a treasure of modern architecture – the Crooked House.

The tour lasts approximately 5 hours.


  • 900 PLN total (1-2 persons)
  • 1100 PLN total (3-6 persons)
  • Contact us (7 persons or more)

3. Tricity tour

The program of this tour includes all the highlights of option number 2, and additionally Lech Walesa’s house in Oliwa, the mosque in Gdansk and the Westerplatte Memorial – the place where the German battleship opened fire on the Polish ammunition dumps on in the Free City of Gdansk on September 1st 1939. You will have a chance to see ruineed barracks, xoncrete bunkers and the enormous Monument to the Defenders of Westerplatte.

The tour lasts approximately 7 hours


  • 1050 PLN total (1-2 persons)
  • 1250 PLN total (3-6 persons)
  • Contact us (7 persons or more)

All the options include private transportation and service of a private guide