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Gdańsk Walking Tour

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Gdansk Old Town 3-Hour Walking Tour

  • Explore Gdansk on a guided walking tour
  • Hear the background history and learn about historical facts
  • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
  • Walk the most beautiful streets of Gdansk's Old Town
  • See St Mary's Cathedral, the largest brick church in the world
  • Visit The Crane, the biggest harbor construction of the Hansa Association
  • Stroll down enchanting St Mary's Street to admire the beautiful Amber Galleries
  • Hear anecdotes about the Neptune Fountain, Town Hall, and more
Admire the Gothic, Renaissance, and Mannerist architecture of Gdansk on a 3-hour walking tour of its compact Old Town. Experience the unique character, history, and atmosphere of one of Poland and Europe’s most beautiful city centers. Explore the compact Old Town of Gdansk to see a unique blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Mannerist architecture lining some of the most beautiful streets and squares in Europe. Perfect for those with limited time to explore, a professional guide will introduce you to an interesting assortment of monuments, telling fascinating stories along the way. Your guide will introduce you to background history and provide you with a variety of unknown historical facts and curiosities. You will walk the path that the greatest monarchs of medieval Europe walked before and discover the secrets of the past unknown to current inhabitants of Gdansk. It will definitely prove a worthwhile and unforgettable experience! During this tour, you will visit the Town Hall, Artus Court, St. Mary's Church, Long Street, Long Market, Mariacka Street, Naptune's Fountain, Upland Gate and Torture House.
What’s Included
  • English speaking or / Norwegian speaking guide
What’s Not Included
  • Optional entrance to St. Mary’s Cathedral (EUR 1 per person)

The tour includes the very best of old Gdansk. You will have an opportunity to enjoy a pleasant walk around the Old Town area. One of the most characteristic features of Gdansk is the Crane Gate, situated in the old harbour. This is a short step from the Long Market Square with its wonderful Neptune Fountain and Artus Court – the meeting hall of merchants in the times of the Hanseatic League. The walk allows you to admire the Renaissance-style burgher houses and the Main Town Hall with its carillon of 37 bells. You will also see the Green Gate, the Golden Gate, the High Gate, the Prison Tower, and possibly the most stunning Gdansk attraction and arguably the biggest redbrick church in Europe, St. Mary’s Church, with its famous astronomical clock made by Hans Düringer in 1464. On the way you will also learn about Polish amber extracted from the Baltic Sea – and Gdansk is the perfect place to buy beautiful jewellery.

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