At 12pm, greet your driver-guide at the Port of Gdynia and board an air-conditioned minivan destined for the medieval delights of Gdansk. Following a 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 1.5-hour 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 at around 5pm.