You want to do it your way? No problem!
Let me know what you would like to see over Gdansk-Sopot-Gdynia areas and I will prepare offer made up to your time possibilities and expectations.
So many options to combine:
- Westerplatte- symbolic place where World War 2 began.
- European Center of Solidarity- unique and modern exhibition presenting the history of the non-violent revolution that happened in communist Poland.
- Museum of Emigration- great exhibition showing the fate of Polish emigrants located inside the historic maritime station in the port of Gdynia.
- Stutthof- Nazi concentration and extermination camp located 55 kilometers away from Gdańsk
- Malbork Castle- Malbork – a town located 70 kilometers away from Gdańsk. The stronghold of Malbork is the largest gothic castle construction in the world.
- We can combine walking city tour with polish traditional food and beer tasting.
Contact me for more details!
Duration: from 3 h
Price: from PLN 300 / EUR 70.00 per trip (not per person)
Visiting the Emigration Museum in Gdynia
Emigration-a topic related to the fate of millions of people who over the centuries chose or were forced to leave their homeland in search of a...
Visit European Solidarity Centre
Discover vibrant history of a peaceful revolution against the communist authorities in Poland that began at Gdansk shipyard by visiting European...
Discover the dark history of the German Nazi concentration and extermination camp (1939-1945) – Stutthof (Sztutowo) about 36km east of Gdansk.
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Remember - all ideas for sightseeing are good, so please contact me so that I can prepare an offer tailored to the expectations and time available for exploring the Tri-City.
GDAŃSK - GDYNIA - SOPOT