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Gdansk: Stutthof Concentration Camp Regular Tour

1. Gdansk: Stutthof Concentration Camp Regular Tour

Step back in time on this tour of the Stutthof Concentration Camp from Gdansk. Be moved by stories from the camps victims and see sights where past atrocities occurred.  Be picked up from your hotel in a comfortable and climate-controlled minibus. Relax on the drive to the Stutthof Concentration Camp. Meet your guide and begin your tour of the complex.  Visit to the old and new camp quarters, before moving on to see inside of the commander’s villa. Proceed to the gas chambers and crematorium, while hearing about the mass murder that took place here.  Pay your respects at the camp victims’ monument, before learning about the persecution and occupation of Pomerania. Later on, you will see the first Nazi concentration camp outside of German territory. Travel to Sztutowo, where there was a former camp. Take a 2-hour guided tour of the Stutthof Museum before returning to your accommodation in Gdansk.

Gdansk: Olivia Star Observation Deck with Dinner & Drinks

2. Gdansk: Olivia Star Observation Deck with 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.

Sopot: Sunset Yachting Experience

3. Sopot: Sunset Yachting Experience

Enjoy a pickup from your English-speaking driver and enjoy the 30 minutes ride. Head towards Sopot Marina and get ready for the tour to start.  Go onboard a 12-meter yacht and enjoy a 2-hour yachting experience during sunset. Relax and have a glass of prosecco while taking in the beautiful scenery.  At the end of the tour, your driver will take you back to your hotel or Gdansk City Centre.

Highlights of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot 1-day Private Tour

4. Highlights of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot 1-day Private Tour

Start your sightseeing with pick up you from your hotel or apartment or from the port and visit to the tourist center of Skwer Kościuszki in Gdynia. Then, go for a walk along the pretty embankment to see the famous full-rigged sailing ship of the Dar Pomorza. Learn more about the history pf the city at the City of Gdynia Museum. Experience the most famous walkway and longest jetty in Poland with a stroll along Monciak street and Plac Zdrojowy in Sopot. See French-style gardens and exotic plants in Park Oliwski in Gdańsk and learn all about the Cistercian church of Oliwa Archcathedral. Enjoy an amazing view of the Tricity area from a stunning viewpoint. Then, you will go to the Old Town of Gdansk. Marvel at the former gates of the Old Town, including the Upland Gate at the start of the Royal Way. Hear how this route was only accessible to the powerful monarchs in former days.  Continue to Long Market and the Town Hall. Then, pass Neptune Fountain and Arthur's Court (Dwor Artusa) to see the former meeting point of the city’s merchants, now a branch of the Gdańsk History Museum. Go inside the court, where the walls are covered with friezes of mythological and historical characters. Finish the tour at the Green Gate overlooking the Motlawa River. This is an amazing tour for people, who want to visit the Tricity in one day, eat traditional Polish lunch - at your own expense - and have a great time.

Gdansk, Gdynia, and Sopot: 8-Hour Private Sightseeing Tour

5. Gdansk, Gdynia, and Sopot: 8-Hour Private Sightseeing Tour

Formally called the Tricity region by the Tricity Charter of 2007, the 3 Baltic Sea cities of Gdansk, Gdynia, and Sopot had informally been referred to as the tricity for much longer. Among the most handsome cities of Gdansk Bay, they provide a glorious backdrop for this 8-hour sightseeing excursion to some of their most notable attractions. During the first part of this trip, visit the Old Town of Gdansk. The charm of Old Town Gdansk attracts millions of tourists each year. Start by taking a walk down Długa Street, which is one of the most beautiful European markets that is nestled around a dazzling selection of renaissance buildings. It leaves from the Golden Gate and passes by the Town Hall, Neptune fountain, Arthur's Court and finishes by the Green Gate overlooking the Motława River. On a way see The Museum of Arthur's Court and the Amber Chamber with amber polishing demonstration and a short lecture on amber. Stop by the Old Crane, which happens to be one of the most popular symbols of the city and to the church of St Mary, Europe's biggest gothic brick church. Visit beautiful suburb of Oliwa. Go to the 16th-century Gdansk Oliwa Cathedral, the longest Cistercian church in the world, famous for its organs and unforgetable organ concert. Consecrated in 1594, the 3-nave basilica its an artful mix of the Baroque, Rococo, and Renaissance. Listen to a beautiful organ recital inside the church before driving to Gdynia Harbor. Swap religious devotions for maritime marvels at the good ship Dar Pomorza, a striking tall-ship sailing frigate that dates back to 1909. Now preserved as a museum ship, it served as a sail training ship before winning the Cutty Sark Trophy in 1980. Climb on board and explore the Twin Deck, where students lived during training cruises. See pictures and maps that depict Dar Pomorza’s history, and objects from her sailing past. Continue to the spa and seaside resort of Sopot, where you will walk along the promenade and the longest wooden pier in Europe. Constructed in 1827, it stretches for more than 1,600 feet (500 meters) into the Bay of Gdansk and will reward you will lovely views back at Sopot’s terracotta-tiled buildings. Enjoy the most important places in Tricity and area and learn from your guide what else you can discover on your own after this tour.

Gdansk: Private Food-Pairing Dinner Experience

6. Gdansk: Private Food-Pairing Dinner Experience

Treat yourself to a luxurious dinner experience. Savor a three-dish menu paired with two specially chosen cocktails. The idea of food pairing is to match food with drinks to curate a particularly interesting culinary experience and to discover new flavor combinations.  The menu for the evening consists of three dishes, a soup, main course, and dessert, all recommended by the head chef. With the meal, you'll also be served two delicious cocktails, specially selected by the head of the bar, to complement the main course and dessert. Eliksir is a unique place in Gdansk, a combination cocktail bar and restaurant which prides itself on its prowess in identifying which flavors best accompany which flavors. The menu is filled with unique and innovative combinations, as well as classic ones, all served in their best form to please every taste.

Malbork Castle: Private Tour from Gdansk, Sopot or Gdynia

7. Malbork Castle: Private Tour from Gdansk, Sopot or Gdynia

Built by the Teutonic Knights in the thirteenth century, Marlbork Castle remains today the largest castle in the world by land area. Your private tour of this historic landmark begins with a pickup from any location in Gdansk, Sopot, or Gdynia and a beautiful countryside drive to the town of Malbork.  On arrival at the castle grounds, you will be led through the medieval complex which consists of a monastery, fortress, and Grand Master Palace — all built entirely of bricks. Located on land that was variously occupied by foreign powers and partitioned in the centuries after its construction, Malbork Castle lies in the crosshairs of historical events that have profoundly shaped modern Europe. Get acquainted with this history firsthand and explore the nooks and crannies of a massive castle that is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On your tour, you will also get a sense of everyday courtly life in the medieval times with glimpses of a medieval kitchen, bathroom, prison, Grand Refectory, armory, and amber collection. After sightseeing and some time for refreshment and perusing souvenirs, you will be driven back to a point of your choosing in Gdansk, Sopot, or Gdynia.

Gdansk: Gdansk, Sopot and Westerplatte Private Guided Tour

8. Gdansk: Gdansk, Sopot and Westerplatte Private Guided Tour

Start with a walking tour in Sopot to admire the city's impressive architecture. See the former Kasino-Hotel, where Hitler stayed during the capitulation of the Polish army. Then go for a peaceful stroll on the famous pier opposite the hotel. Next is a guided tour of Gdansk Old Town. Stop to appreciate magnificent buildings like Arthur’s Court. Discover all the places linked to WWII history, such as Piwna Street where Hitler was greeted years ago. The final stop will be Westerplatte, which was also visited by Hitler. He was surprised that the Polish army managed to defend the city for so long against the Germans. See the huge monument built in memory of the Defenders of the Polish Coast.

Stutthof Concentration Camp and Museum of WWII: Private Tour

9. Stutthof Concentration Camp and Museum of WWII: Private Tour

Take a private guided tour to the Stutthof Concentration Camp and the Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk. Make a stop at a beach on the Baltic Sea. Get picked up in Gdansk, Sopot, or Gdynia and depart for a guided excursion to Stutthof Concentration Camp. Learn about how it functioned during the Nazi occupation of Poland during WWII. See barracks and gas chambers in the first concentration camp in Poland. Explore the entire site with a licensed guide. See moving exhibitions and visit the Stutthof Museum Cinema. On the way back, stop at a beach and take in the white sand and landscape of the Baltic Sea. Transfer back to Gdansk and visit the Museum of the Second World War, considered to be one of the best in Poland.

From Warsaw: Tour to Malbork Castle and Gdansk or Sopot

10. From Warsaw: Tour to Malbork Castle and Gdansk or Sopot

Depart Warsaw and journey to the delta of the Vistula River to visit Malbork Castle, founded by the Knights of the Teutonic Order and the largest castle complex in Europe by land area. Look inside the castle complex to admire the courtyard and cloisters of the High Castle, and discover where feasts where held at the Summer Refectory. Admire the Gothic architecture of the Grand Masters' Palace in the Middle Castle. Continue to the historic city of Gdansk to take a walk around the Old Town, and pass the Coal Market (Targ Węglowy) where the annual Christmas Market is held. See the Amber Museum, housed in the former Prison Tower, and walk through the richly decorated Golden Gate to enter Long Market leading to Green Gate. Journey back to the Middle Ages at Artus Court, where wealthy merchants would gather in the evenings in former times. Spot the colorful Dutch House (Dom Holenderski) and take a break at Neptune’s Fountain at the entrance to Artus Court. Visit the Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and admire the largest brick church in the world. Alternatively, you can visit the seaside resort town of Sopot if you prefer. Take a walk along the pedestrianized promenade of Bohaterów Monte Cassino ("Heroes of Monte Cassino Street") and cast your eyes on the famous ”Crooked House.” Go for a stroll along the longest wooden pier in Europe, and admire the Sopot Lighthouse, built in 1903-1904 as a part of the Balneological Institute. Go to the top of the lookout tower for a beautiful view of the city and sea.

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4.4 / 5

based on 201 reviews

With Marek, our guide, you could feel the enthusiasm with which he spoke about his city and his personal stories. After a tour of the city center we took the boat to Westerplatte where WWII started. Then we went to Oliva, where we could listen to an incomparable organ concert in the Cistercian monastery. The entire park and the mighty monastery complex are worth seeing! Finally, we drove to Zopot and looked at the sophisticated beach promenade. The house of Klaus Kinski and the "crooked house" were also worth seeing.

Arranged online airport transport. On arrival someone was waiting for us with our name on it. Very friendly driver. On the return flight we had to be picked up at 4 o'clock and the driver was even a little earlier. Would definitely recommend this.

Our guide was on time and very knowledgeable abort the area and the castle. We both enjoyed the trip

If possible I would give 10 stars, amazing boat and Captain! I Will book this next time I come here

A big plus for a private driver and excellent guides.