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Gdańsk – Poland’s city of solidarity

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Gdańsk is dotted with popular sites which are instantly identified with the city. These symbolic silhouettes certainly include the massive brick bulk of St Mary’s Basilica towering over the city, the rich Renaissance facades of the houses around the Long Market and the statue of Neptune reigning over what is acclaimed as one of the most beautiful market places in Europe. The symbols also certainly include the Medieval Crane which stoops, dozing, on the Motława bank. This thousand year- old city on the Baltic coast has been the hometown of Hevelius, Fahrenheit, Schopenhauer, Grass and Wałęsa. Above all, however, it ranks high on the list of top tourist attractions.  
Services:
  • 3 x overnights in hotel
  • 3 x breakfasts buffet
  • 3 x dinners in the hotel restaurant
  • Guide for all day in Gdańsk/Sopot
  • Guide in Malbork
  • Entries to Church of Blessed Virgin Mary, Castle of the Teutonic Order, pier in Sopot
  • organ concert in Cathedral in Oliwa
1st Day

Arrival at the airport to Gdańsk, meet with driver. Transfer to the chosen hotel in Gdańsk. Check-in, free time until dinner. Dinner in the hotel restaurant. Accommodation for the night.

2nd Day

After breakfast all day sightseeing of Gdańsk. The tour starts from Old Town. We visit Upland Gate, Gateway to Long Street, Golden Gate, Neptune Fountain, Church of Blessed Virgin Mary, Crane and a lot of attractive places and buildings. After walk through Long Steet transfer to Oliwa – one of the quarters in Gdańsk, where is located cathedral, with famous organ. This great Oliwa organ was designed and constructed between the years 1763 and 1788 by Johann Wilhelm Wulff. After seeing the cathedral short organ concert.

Transfer to Sopot, where we walk through Monte Cassino Street to the longest wooden pier by Baltic sea. It is about half a kilometer in length. Back to the hotel for dinner. Accommodation for the night.

3rd Day

After breakfasts transfer to the Malbork, where we visit the Castle of the Teutonic Order. This Castle is the largest castle in the world by surface area, and the largest brick building in Europe. It was built in Prussia by the Teutonic Knights, a German Roman Catholic religious order of crusaders, in a form of an Ordensburg fortress. The Order named it Marienburg (Mary’s Castle). The town which grew around it was also named Marienburg. After castle tour return to Gdańsk, where we have leisure time rest of a day. Dinner in the hotel restaurant. Accommodation for the night.

4th Day

After breakfast transfer to airport. Flight back to home.

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