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Gdansk: Olivia Star Observation Deck Sunset Dinner & Drinks

1. Gdansk: Olivia Star Observation Deck Sunset Dinner & Drinks

Your luxury experience begins with pickup from your hotel and transfer to Gdansk’s iconic Olivia Star building. Upon arrival, head up to the Observation Desk where an evening of dinner and drinks, music, and breathtaking views await. Dine on a delicious dinner from the deck’s impressive menu, accompanied by drinks made by some of the city’s finest bartenders. While you eat, listen to fabulous music and have a dance if you fancy it. After dinner, head out onto the terrace, which boasts panoramic views of the city and Gdansk Bay. Soak up the romantic atmosphere as you watch the sunset transform the sky with an array of colors. At the end of an unforgettable experience, enjoy complimentary drop-off back to your hotel.

Gdansk: Traditional Polish Food Private Tour

2. Gdansk: Traditional Polish Food Private Tour

Experience the culture of eating that has strong roots among Polish people on a private tour with a professional guide. Experience Polish culinary delights at carefully chosen local venues and see the highlights of the Old Town on a guided walking tour. Choose an option that best suits the needs of your group, including varying durations and tours in English, Norwegian, or Swedish. All tours include a private walking tour taking in St. Mary’s Church, Long Market, and Neptune’s Fountain among many others depending on the options chosen.  The 2.5-hour tour option allows you to sample a basic set of foods in 2 places, including different kinds of dumplings, Polish meats, and other specialists. You’ll also have 1 soft drink followed by cake and coffee or tea at a patisserie while also having a brief guided tour of the Old Town.   On the 3.5-hour option, you’ll taste even more traditional Polish foods at 3 venues. The menu includes the basic options as well as a traditional soup and a beer. During the tasting, your guide also will tell you about Polish traditions and customs.  To explore even further the culture of Poland, choose the special 5-hour option where you’ll have a combination of tasting not only food but also vodka or beer. Enjoy 8 kinds of beer or 8 kinds of vodka as you get to know the local history even better. Visit hidden locations down lovely narrow alleys and see remarkable buildings including the Golden Gate and Artus Court on an extended walking tour of Gdansk.

From Gdansk/Sopot/Gdynia: Private 6-Hour Malbork Castle Tour

3. From Gdansk/Sopot/Gdynia: Private 6-Hour Malbork Castle Tour

Visit Malbork Castle, one of the largest and best-preserved Gothic strongholds in the world, on a 6-hour excursion from Gdansk. The castle dates from the end of the 13th century, and was a seat of the Teutonic Knights Order. The giant fortress required nearly 5 million bricks to build, and was constructed in 3 sections. It is one of a very few strongholds in the world that were never captured in battle. Spend 3 hours touring the Grand Masters Palace and the Great Refectory, and see the many chambers and towers, and also medieval armor and weapons. Hear tales about brave knights and the battles fought between Poland and the Teutonic Order.

Gdańsk: Burger and Beer at Hard Rock Cafe

4. Gdańsk: Burger and Beer at Hard Rock Cafe

Steep yourself in rock'n'roll history as you savor a delicious Legendary Burger and listen to fantastic music at the Hard Rock Cafe in Gdańsk. Accompany your burger with a large beer or soft drink and enjoy the 10% discount in the Rock Shop. Admire memorabilia from artists such as Mick Jagger, Lady Gaga, Shakira, and Metallica. Learn about the famous collection from the plaques on the wall.

History of Gdansk Tour by Kayak on the Motława River

5. History of Gdansk Tour by Kayak on the Motława River

See Gdańsk from a slightly different perspective – from a kayak. There are several routes to follow, all at various levels of difficulty, suited to your skills. One popular route is following the Motława around Granary Island. See three faces of Gdańsk: historical power, port of everyday life and is beautiful nature. The historical part is full of mystery and beautiful architecture of past centuries along the Old and New Motlawa. On the industrial and historical side, you will pass through the Dead Vistula river with a view of the shipyards and port. The natural beauty surrounding the Motlawa provides respite from the city center, disturbed only by the wind and the voices of birds among the historical fortifications of Gdansk. Face the cold and get a rush of adrenaline. You can even head out to the Hel Peninsula and take a cutter cruise out to the sea to search for a real sea wolf. There are a variety of kayaking tours to choose from.

Gdansk: Jewish Heritage Guided Private Walking Tour

6. Gdansk: Jewish Heritage Guided Private Walking Tour

Our guide will greet you at the hotel and invite you for the fully private sightseeing. The history of Jews in Gdansk probably dates back to X century. As an important seaport, Gdansk developed economically, industrially and culturally. In the XV and XVI century Gdansk became the most densely populated and most prosperous city in Poland. The affluent city attracted Jewish merchants. They contributed to the development of trade, industry and crafts. At the end of the XIX century, the Jews erected the largest synagogue in the city. It was a symbol of the unification of Gdansk Jews – and was destroyed by Germans in 1939. During the tour walk through the Old Town and see the places related to the Jewish history of the city. Stop by the place where the Great Synagogue was located, the former Jewish Ghetto area in Granary Island, and the Kindertransports monument. Hear about famous Jewish Theatre in Gdansk and learn what Kindertransports were. In the end see the sole remaining synagogue in the city – the New Synagogue in Wrzeszcz, built in 1926. Going back to your hotel, learn from your guide what else you can discover on your own after this tour.

Gdansk Old Town: German Influence Walking Tour

7. Gdansk Old Town: German Influence Walking Tour

Step back in time and learn about the historical relationship between Poland and Germany on a guided walking tour of Gdansk. Avail of the services of a local guide who will take you to see all the highlights of the Old Town, such as Upland Gate at the start of the famous Royal Way. Hear how Gdansk was the world's largest German-speaking city in the 16th and 17th centuries, and how it functioned for 400 years as an intermediary between the cultures of Poland, Germany and Lithuania. Learn about some of the city's famous former residents, such as the writer Arthur Schopenhauer. Hear about the Nobel Prize-winning author Günter Grass who set his famous Danzig Trilogy – including The Tin Drum – in Gdansk. 

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What people are saying about Gdansk

The mango pizza 10/10! Good drinks and cocktails Big restaurant With good space from other people, feels like u Are sitting alone in a restaurant Even if The Are many people there.

It was very nice, only the time was too short because you had to wait a long time for the food, which was also very tasty. The view over Gdansk is amazing

It was a really good experience even though we had to pick up 6 others at another hotel. Good food, and super drinks

Fantastic tour and experience! The whole Olivia establishment is fantastic! Good food and wine!

Very knowledgeable. Also is personally helping Ukrainian women and children with her own funds