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This guided private full-day tour will help you discover the many highlights of Gdansk, Sopot, and Gdynia. It’s an ideal way to save time if you’re in Poland for a limited time and want to experience as much as possible, while traveling comfortably. Highlights include Neptune Fountain, Oliwa Cathedral, Sopot Pier, Kościuszko Square, and much more. Your private guide will provide commentary, and all entrance fees are included.
Explore Gdansk Old Town on this private walking tour. Take the stress out of navigating, and put your full focus on enjoying the sites, as you have a private guide to lead the way. Your experience will be much more enjoyable than if you were traveling alone, as you learn about local legends, and historical facts from your guide. Get your bearings of the city, see Arthur’s Court, the Royal Way, Neptune Fountain, and much more.
This is the ultimate whistle-stop tour of the Trinity area, and a great choice for visitors with limited time in Poland. Save time researching things to do, and enjoy a hassle-free day with an itinerary organized for you. After a hotel pickup, you’ll visit interesting places in Gdansk, Gdynia, and Sopot such as Gdansk Old Town, and Gdynia Museum. See amazing views, historical buildings, and have a guide to provide local insights.
Prebook this Stutthof Museum and Memorial tour from Gdańsk, and guarantee your admission into the museum and memorial site. Ride comfortably from Gdańsk, and upon arrival, explore the grounds with a guide who tells you all about the seriousness of the WWII history. You’ll also get to watch a documentary film while you’re at Stutthof.
Malbork is known for its medieval castle which was founded by the Knights of the Teutonic Order. On this 5-hour trip, you’ll save time planning transport by having hotel pickup, drop-off, and a transfer to Malbork Castle included. Make the most of your time in Malbork, by avoiding visitor lines and having entrance tickets provided. You’ll have a guide to accompany you, and highlights include the Grand Masters Palace, and the Great Refectory.
Explore Malbork Castle, the largest Gothic fortress in Europe, on this 5-hour guided tour from Gdansk. Stroll around this UNESCO World Heritage-listed site with the guide, learning about the intriguing history of the place and hearing about the Teutonic Order. Marve at one of the most lauded monuments in Poland.
Escape the usual tourist trail, and explore a unique part of Poland—the Kashubian Switzerland region. It’s the perfect tour for travelers who want to see beautiful scenery, and learn about regional traditions. Enjoy a convenient hotel pickup, and private transport. You won’t have to worry about waiting in lines, or paying extra for entrance tickets, as admission is included to multiple sites, such as Wiezyca Hill. Other tour highlights include a Nunnery, and The Museum of Kashubian Pottery.
Visit Stutthof Concentration Camp on this 5-hour private tour from Gdansk. Learn the terrible history of the Nazi camp where thousands of people from more than 25 countries were tortured and murdered. Walk around the camp with the guide, hearing stories about daily lie in the camp.
With our walking tours, you’ll skip the mundane historical tours and discover the city through a local’s eyes. Experience a tour that will transform the way you travel to make it as much about the people you meet, as it is the places you see. Our local guides (Lokafyers) are passionate about their city and eager to share their knowledge and perspective. Since Lokafyers are not professional guides and tour occasionally, they provide an experience that’s authentic and personal, like a friend showing you around their city. By the end of the tour, you'll feel comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay.
Learn about Gdansk’s fantastic craft beer brewing culture on this beer tasting trip. You’ll save hours researching the best pubs to visit in Gdansk, as your guide will take you to four excellent spots. Take the stress out of navigating by having a guide to lead the way, so you can fully focus on tasting delicious beers. You’ll have 10+ beer tastings, including regional specials with polish snacks.
If you’re visiting Gdansk on a Shore Excursion and you’d like to see a lot in a short space of time, this is the perfect option. Enjoy the convenience of a port pickup and a private sightseeing tour that covers Gdansk, Sopot, and Gydnia. You’ll travel between sites in a private vehicle with a guide to enhance your trip. Highlights include The Main Town Hall, Neptune Fountain, St. Mary’s Church, Oliwa Cathedral, Sopot Pier, and The Kosciuszko Square.
Gdansk, Sopot, and Gdynia make up an area known as the Tricity. Save time and go on a day trip that cover the highlights of all three cities in a day. Avoid the crowds on public transport and travel in a more luxurious way—a deluxe air-conditioned chauffeur-driven vehicle. Top sights covered include Gdansk Old Town, Oliwa Cathedral, Sopot Pier, and Dar Pomorza ship in Gdynia.
Kayak tour gives a different perspective on the historical value of the Main City. Paddling through the canals allows freedom to see places ferries cannot access. We will show you a completely different Gdansk to the one you’ve seen on land. Paddling in the city is a must for any visitor to Gdansk.
Our kayaking tours are beginners friendly as the techniques are easy to learn. We have both double and single kayaks that can be assigned accordingly at the beginning of the tour depending on skills and experience.
Visit the ruins of Hitler’s World War II headquarters with this private tour from Gdansk to the Wolf’s Lair, a well-guarded complex tucked in the Masurian forest where Hitler and his Nazi associates lived and orchestrated the horrors of the war from 1941 to 1944. Also visit the Baroque church in Święta Lipka, a popular pilgrimage site thanks to its scared sanctuary of St. Mary. A private guide and transport allows a customized schedule and privacy to reflect on the ride back to Gdansk.
Get more out of your Gdansk trip, by traveling to Buczyniec and going on a sightseeing boat cruise. It’ll be different to any traditional boat trips you’ve been on, as this boat travels uphill, downhill, and on both water, and dry land. Enjoy a stress-free day with hotel pickup, drop-off, private transport, and a sightseeing cruise included. You’ll get access to beautiful scenery while traveling on the Elbląg-Ostródzki canal.
During the tour you will be taken to the Wolf’s Lair placed in the middle of forest where incredible history of war times waits. It was real Hitler’s headquarters. Explore all area, discover bunkers, roads of generals and secret facts.
- Private full-day tour from Gdansk to the Wolf’s Lair, Mamerki and St. Lipka
- Enter the Hitler’s headquarters area from the World War II with local guide
- See authentic bunkers and hear incredible history in Mamerki
- Visit baroque St. Mary Church in St. Lipka and find amazing colours and rich decorations
- Discover hidden gems about War, crimes, nazis and secret places
Travel to Szymbark - small village in the heart of Kashubiaon a private excursion by luxury vehicle.
Explore the beautiful scenery, and learn about regional traditions and see the most popular attractions like Center of Education and Region Promotion in Szymbark, observation point on the Wiezyca Hill, original kashubian food and handmade souvenirs.
Poland is known for its delicious and hearty cuisine. Taste your way around the city on this traditional walking food tour of Gdansk. You’ll save time trying to translate menus by having a guide to translate for you, and take you to places locals love for traditional cuisine. You’ll visit five food stores and restaurants, and try a variety of dishes such as polish dumplings, and cheesecake.
Explore the Tri-City area, including Gdansk, Sopot, and Gdynia, on a full-day, private tour that that’s tailored to you. Widely scattered sites mean exploring the Tri-Cities can be a challenge if you don’t have a car, but this tour takes you straight to the highlights: stroll Old Town Gdansk, listen to live organ music in a historic church, head to the Bay of Gdansk for sweeping views, and more.
The Hel Peninsula is the most identifiable feature created by nature on the map of Poland. This characteristic long tail of land is as recognizable as Poland as is the boot shape for Italy. The Hel wall of sand is a peninsula created by the currents and wind of the Baltic Sea and is approximately 34 km long. The narrowest part is only 100 m of sand wide and the widest is 3 km. It is difficult to believe that here just 300 years ago there were only a few islands and a thousand years ago nothing but the deep waters of the sea. Today the Hel Peninsula is a part of the Protected Coastal Marine Reserve. It is a unique tourist attraction on a European scaleThe coastal resorts spreading along the sands attract thousands of tourists.
The driver pick you up from your Hotel/Hostel/Apartment and take to Hel. If you want, the driver can accompany you while sightseeing or will wait for you.
After the tour, the driver will take you to your Hotel / Hostel /Apartment or to a place of your choice.
Get the most out of your time in Gdansk by discovering the tastes of Poland. This tour will help save time as you’ll combine two experiences—sightseeing and trying Polish cuisine. A guide will accompany you to give historical insights, navigate, and teach you about Polish foods. Food and drink tastings are included, and some of the highlights are Polish dumplings, potato pancakes, vodka, and craft beers.
Szymbark is a small village in the Kartuzy poviat and an obligatory point on the map of tourists visiting the area of Gdańsk. This is where you will see the longest board, a Nobel Prize table, Siberian House, a real bunker, and of course the most important point of the trip - the house upside down. Here you can also relax, take a walk, eat well (fish caught by hand) and learn the history of Kashubia and more.
You will be amazed by the original kashubian food and handmade souvenirs, but most of all by meeting indigenous Kashubian who may treat you with traditional "tabaka" (snuff).
The driver pick you up from your Hotel/Hostel/Apartment and take to Szymbark. If you want, the driver can accompany you while sightseeing or will wait for you.
After the tour, the driver will take you to your Hotel / Hostel /Apartment or to a place of your choice.
Explore the medieval town of Toruń on this action-packed day tour. A private tour means you'll have a more personalized experience, and better access to your guide if you have questions. See the medieval street plans in the Old Town that earned Toruń UNESCO World Heritage status, and see the New Town too. A stress-free tour where your guide will navigate, and tell you about the city’s ancient past.