Greet your driver-guide at the Port of Gdynia and board an air-conditioned minivan destined for the medieval delights of Gdansk. Following an approximately 30-minute drive, you’ll stop at Oliwa Cathedral, a Baroque basilica home to an enormous organ decorated in Renaissance style, to admire its 23 altars.
Then, continue to Gdansk Old Town — stopping to admire the Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers of 1970 along the way — for a walking tour. Wander down Long Market, the area’s principal street, admire the Neptune Fountain and the 14th-century Gothic city hall, and the impressive St. Mary’s Church.
Other Old Town highlights come in the form of the 12th-century Green Gate, the cobbled Mariacka Street, and the Historical Museum of Gdansk. Following the walking tour, you’ll have an hour of free time before returning to Gdynia.