GDN-007 - Gdansk Private City Tour with Old Town, Oliwa Cathedral & Sopot#Shore Excursions #City Tours
Tour the beautiful The Tri-city Area of Gdańsk, Sopot, and Gdynia and get a taste of Poland’s natural beauty, culture, interesting history and impressive Baltic Sea beaches all in one day.
Tour price per adult:
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- 6h private guide services
- 6h private tour vehicle
- Gdansk Old Town Walking Tour
- Sopot sightseeing tour
- City sightseeing by car/bus
- Private round transfers from/to port in Gdynia
- Gratuities to the guide and driver are not included in the tour price.
Meet & greet in cruise port followed by a scenic drive to Oliwa Cathedral
Visit of the Oliwa Catedral on the way to Gdansk
Guided drive to Gdansk with a photo stop at Solidarity Monument
Private Gdansk old town walking tour
Free time for shopping, coffee break or lunch
Drive to Sopot, sightseeing tour
Walk to the bus and return transfer to cruise port
Children’s Discounts: 3-year-old and under are free, 15% discount for ages 4-12.
A language supplement of 10 Eur/h is added for tours in Chinese language. This supplement will be added to the tour rate published.
- Oliwa Cathedral
- Gdansk Old Town walking tour
- Westerplatte memorial
- St.Mary´s Basilica
- Long Street
- Long Market
- Royal Route
- Memorial to Solidarity Movement
- Sopot Pier
- Crooked House
- 'Heroes of Monte Cassino' Street
Discover the best of Gdansk waterfront, medieval old town and the stories of Solidarity movement that have shaped today’s modern Polish society.
Itinerary starts from a nearby port of Gdynia and will take you to admire the Oliwa Archcathedral, dedicated to The Holy Trinity, Blessed Virgin Mary, and St. Bernard. The cathedral holds works of art in Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo and Classical style of great artistic value as well as a unique organ of 7896 pipes and 110 registers.
Following a scenic drive to Gdansk, the itinerary takes you around the picturesque historic center of Gdansk with buildings surviving from the time of the Hanseatic League. Must-see sights are wonderfully located along Long Street and the Long Market, reconstructed in its 17th century elaborate style of color and detail.
From the Royal Route, you will continue to see the Neptune’s Fountain, St. Mary’s Church – the second largest brick church in the world, and the Golden Gate. The riverside is dominated by views of the 14th century port crane, one of the defining symbols of Gdansk and represents what little is left of the city’s great trading age.
After some free time allocated for shopping or a coffee break, you will continue to discover the more modern side of this charming port town. On the way to the seaside resort of Sopot, we will also stop to discover the monument commemorating the Fallen Shipyard Workers next to the European Solidarity Center, a movement, which ultimately led to the fall of the Berlin Wall.
In Sopot we will discover the holiday destination town of sunny beaches, historic architecture and the longest wooden pier in Europe set in beautiful ancient forest of beech, oak and pine. Its famous mineral waters springs and good maritime climate transformed Sopot into an an increasingly popular spa destination as early as in the 17th century luring in an affluent and aristocratic set of guests.
Sopot’s unavoidable spine is ‘Heroes of Monte Cassino’ Street, an attractive mall stretching from the railway line to the pier. Many of the towns cafes and places of entertainment line its pedestrianized length, some of which can be found in the unmissable Crooked House.
Tour comes to an end with a return transfer to Gdynia port.