Tri-city in 1-day

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Not much time to explore?
You can see highlights of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia in one day!
Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia are well known in Poland as the Tri-city. Even though they have much in common they are very different and proudly independent.
Gdansk-leader of region is an over 1000 year’s old city with rich history and many interesting places for you to discover. Sopot is popular spa city, often called summer capital of Poland with great night life and longest wooden pier in Europe. Gdynia is the youngest out of Tri-city family as it was built not even 100 years ago, modern city with easy access to beautiful beaches and part of the second largest Polish port.
We will start with a walk along Royal Route in Gdansk and then travel to the area of European Solidarity Center and Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers of 1970. Next Stop is Oliva Cathedral with the possibility of listening to a 20-minute concert of historic organs and brief visit. Third stop is Sopot and a walk around its famous promenade and longest wooden pier in Europe. Last but not least on our tour is Gdynia where first we visit Kamienna Góra viewing point and after that in the port area, we will see the world’s oldest destroyer- ORP Błyskawica and a tall ship frigate Dar Pomorza.

Duration: minimum 5 hours
Price: from 150 EURO per trip (based on 2-3 persons with private car transportation between cities included. Extra charges may apply to enter Oliva Cathedral or wooden pier in Sopot)
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the most interesting places

  • Monuments 90% 90%
  • History 90% 90%
  • Charm 90% 90%

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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.