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Program for group - 4 days and 3 nights
Arrival in Gdansk, an evening stroll along the Old Town. Welcome dinner in a regional restaurant, overnight stay at a hotel.
Breakfast, guided tour of Gdansk: majestic Old Town - Golden Gateway, Neptun’s Fountain, the Artus Court, the Uphagen house and Dluga Street, Mariacka Street, wooden Crane on Motlava River, a stroll along yacht harbour; Solidarity Monument at the Gdansk Shipyard - the birthplace of Solidarity movement. Dinner and overnight stay at a hotel.
Breakfast, transfer to Oliva for the organ music concert in the Oliva Dome with its famous organs, Sopot - a lively bathing resort, popular for relaxation; Port in Gdynia and Gdynia Aquarium, stroll along with tanks full of fish, a maritime museum based in a historic ship, return to Gdansk. Dinner in a traditional “fishermen’s restaurant” and overnight stay at a hotel.
Breakfast, a boat trip around the port of Gdansk passing the Westerplatte where the Second World War started and Hel Peninsula with a popular summer resorts, romantic fishing villages with old fisherman’s houses and lighthouses. Return to Gdansk, free time, departure.
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Gdańsk - the capital of Pomerania
Gdańsk is the Polish maritime capital with the population nearing half a million. It is a large centre of economic life, science, culture, and a popular tourist destination. Gdańsk, capital of the Pomerania, lying on the Bay of Gdańsk and the southern cost of the Baltic Sea the city is a thousand years old. Gdańsk has a modern international airport and two ferry terminals servicing regular lines between Gdańsk and Copenhagen via Trelleborg (Denmark), and Gdańsk and Nynashamn (Sweden).
In its "golden age" the city enjoyed the specific status of a municipal republic. It was also a melting pot of cultures and ethnical groups. The air of tolerance and the wealth built on trade made culture, science, and art. flourish. Today, works by outstanding Gdańsk masters can be admired in museums, churches, and galleries. These collections, as well as the historic sites of enchanting beauty witness a thousand years of the city's continued existence. The break-through events of the most recent turbulent period are documented in the multi-medial exhibition: "Roads to Freedom". The exposition recalls the local struggle for freedom and justice, and the birth of the "Solidarity.”
Gdańsk cultivates its centuries-long tradition in the field, and its nickname of the world capital of amber. Just like in the olden days the city owes much to its sea port. The harbour, largest along the Polish coast and in the entire Southern Baltic basin, continues to develop.
Gdynia - a city born under a Lucky Star
Gdynia was born out of dreams and very wisely invested less than 80 years ago, highly recommended for those who loves nature and for the adventurous. Gdynia is on the northern edge of the Tri- City. If you need to get there from Gdansk, you always cross Sopot, the resort at the Baltic Sea. Gdynia is well known thanks to its shipyards, currently the most prosperous Polish city. Gdynia has got a seaside location, a seaside promenade, along with Sopot and Gdansk seaside, a pleasant vacation area in this part of Poland.
It’s night life you’ re looking for!
Sopot called the ‘Pearl of Baltic’, is the most popular spa of the Polish east coast which is yearly visited by many holidaymakers and tourists. It's a picturesquely situated resort at the foot of the Try-city Hills on the Gdańsk Bay and is marked by one of the longest pier. Sopot is known for its International Song Festival and a great number of sports and cultural events. It's nightlife you're looking for and not to mention shops, cafes and a cracking seaside location.
Sopot- famous seaside resort, popular with celebrities, the most stylish beach resort, on the whole of Baltic Coast, combines its great traditions with an interesting cultural and recreational program. The wooden pier built in mid-19th century is 512 metres long, which makes it the longest in Europe. It is also a favourite promenade.
Halfway between Gdańsk and Sopot is Oliwa, famous around the world for its precious organ, housed in Oliwa cathedral. A few kilometers west of Sopot is Gdynia. This city was built from scratch, on the site of an existing village, in the 1920s and '30s. It was designed as the port and shipbuilding center for Poland, which regained its independence in 1918. Gdynia's modern center is a favourite shopping area among Tricity residents. Places to relax include the nearby Nadmorski (Seaside) Boulevard, which runs at the foot of a scenic park right on to Sopot. Gdynia is home to one of the world's largest shipyards, built in 1923.