All the Medieval and Renaissance highlights of Danzig/ Gdańsk
On this tour you will experience the city up close, its history and the present, including practical tips for individual leisure activities
Make an eventful land excursion and explore the tri-city of Poland on the Baltic Sea.
Tri-city tour in minibus or car and tour with a knowledgeable guide
Excursion with a private guide in a minibus or car (depending on the size of the group) to the Marienburg.
I suggest a city tour of the Hanseatic city of Gdansk
Spoil your taste buds with the traditional delicacies of Poland. Feast on a culinary tour of Gdansk.
The tour leads by car from the pier in Gdynia via the spa town of Sopot to the historical Gdansk
Go on a guided tour of Gdansk city centre with a local guide, passing the Long Market, the old harbour and St. Mary's Church.
Book your transfer in advance online. You can choose between different types of transfers depending on availability and location. We offer shuttle transfers, private taxi, limousine, minibus, bus or helicopter flights.
Combine the art of home style cooking & travel into an adventure experience.
Join us and visit the fascinating Malbork Castle, which is one of the most cherished sights in Poland! Spend the day exploring this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Experience Gdansk shopping at its finest, from unique boutiques to exclusive showrooms or factory outlets for bargins.
A beautiful excursion from Gdansk with private guide and car to the scenic Kashubian Switzerland
Visit Marienburg with us - the largest brick building in Europe, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and learn about the history of the Teutonic Order.
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The beautiful port city in Poland welcomes 1.5 million tourists every year
Experience the city of Gdansk and let us show you the history of the Polish city on a guided tour.
Among the most famous personalities of the city are the Nobel Prize winners Günter Grass and Lech Walesa as well as the former boxing world champion Dariusz Michalczewski.
Facts & figures: approx. 450,000 inhabitants. More than 1.2 million people live in the entire urban agglomeration.
Nightlife: Although you have to look for the "pearls" among the clubs and cellar bars due to the lack of a central place, the offer is abundant. Many pubs and bars are located in the old town.
Gdansk sights: Old and right town, Marienkirche, Krantor, Artushof, town hall and Hohes Tor.
Souvenirs: Gdansk is considered to be an amber city. In selected small shops you can buy beautiful pieces.
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