DAY 1 GDANSK (lunch, dinner)
The transfer time from the airport to the Gdansk city center is about 45 minutes (13 km)
Arrival at the Gdansk Airport in the morning. Transfer to the hotel, check-in and time to refresh. Then a tour of Gdansk, which we will start with the Town Hall – the most magnificent and most valuable secular building of old-time Gdansk, the seat of city authorities. A walk down Dluga Street, a representative street running through the MainTown in the downtown area. Then we go to the Artus Court, which for many years was one of the most magnificent buildings in Northern Europe. A stop by the Neptune Fountain - the symbol of Gdansk - standing in front of Artus Court. Another attraction is the Young Lady From The Window. Every day at 13:03 a figure of a seventeenth-century Gdansk girl looks at passers-by from the top window of the tenement house adjacent to the ArtusCourt – the New Lawa House . Nearby we can also find the Golden Tenement, one of the most beautiful buildings in Gdansk, which was erected for mayor Jan Speymann - a wealthy merchant and enlightened art patron, and his wife Judith. A visit to St. Mary's Basilica, called the "crown of the city of Gdansk". This church is the largest brick Gothic temple in Europe, which was built 159 years ago. A walk along the Długie Wybrzeże (Long Shore) promenade, stretching along the western bank of the Motlawa, where we will be able to admire the Crane - the historic port crane and one of Gdansk's water gates. A lunch at a local restaurant. After the meal, we will go to the Museum of World War II, the goal of which is to disseminate knowledge about the war and to commemorate its victims and heroes. A walk towards the Gdansk Shipyard - one of the largest shipyards in Poland from where we will go to Westerplatte – the peninsula that is a symbol of World War II. Dinner at the local restaurant and then transfer to the hotel.
DAY 2 GDANSK – SOPOT – GDANSK (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
The transfer time from the Gdansk city center to the Sopot city center is about 45 minutes (13 km)
After breakfast transfer to Sopot. We will start the tour from the famous Sopot pier, the full name of which is the John Paul II Pier, which is associated with the Holy Father, who visited it twice. It is the longest wooden pier in Europe and on the Baltic Sea. It is one of the main attractions of the city. From the pier we go to the Bohaterow Monte Cassino Street, colloquially called the ''Monciak'', which is an extension of the Sopot Pier. Here you can see the figurine of the so-called Umbrella Maker and the Crooked House. Lunch at a local restaurant. After the meal, a visit to the Sopot Lighthouse, which serves as a kind of observation tower, from which you can see the panorama of Sopot and the Gdansk Bay. With really good visibility and with your own binoculars, you can see the Hel Peninsula and Westerplatte. We will also have the opportunity to see the Church of the Savior in Sopot, an Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession, founded on the place of the Chapel of Peace between 1913-1919, or the Jewish Cemetery, occupying a total of 0.5 hectares. In 1983 it was included in the list of monuments. Return to the center of Gdansk, dinner at a local restaurant and then return to the hotel.
DAY 3 GDANSK – GDYNIA – GDANSK (breakfast, lunch)
The transfer time from the Gdansk city center to the Gdynia city center is about 1 hour 40 minutes (32 km)
The transfer time from the Gdansk city center to the airport is about 40minutes (16km)
After breakfast transfer to Gdynia. We will start the sightseeing with a visit to the ORP BŁYSKAWICA – the Museum Ship. The Błyskawica is one of the most beautiful ships in its class. In addition to the armament visible on board, inside you can learn about the traditions of the Polish navy. Near the Błyskawica is the 'Dar Pomorza’ - a sailing training ship bought by the Pomerania community for the Polish Naval Academy in Gdynia. Now it is a museum ship. Then we will visit the Torpedownia – a German research center, which was established during World War II, one of the most inspirational attractions of Gdynia. Lunch in a local restaurant. After the meal a walk along the Swietojanska Street, one of Gdynia’s main streets, which is considered as a representative street. Due to the large number of commercial premises, it was considered to be Gdynia's trade center. Free time for independent sightseeing, shopping or coffee in a cafe. Return to Gdansk and transfer to the airport two hours before the planned flight.
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