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Gdansk City Break tour - Visit a thousand years old historical city

A strategic and highly influential port for nearly a thousand years, Gdańsk was a stronghold of the Teutonic Knights and later became an influential city within the Hanseatic League during the Middle Ages. Largely destroyed in the Second World War, Gdańsk was splendidly rebuilt in the aftermath as one of Europe's most beautiful port cities. Today, Gdańsk has a population of 460,000 and is Poland's largest northern city, drawing numerous visitors into its historic city center, its outstanding museums and its expansive beaches spread along the coast of the Gulf of Gdańsk, making it a popular destination for many Poles and foreign visitors alike.


1st day - Gdańsk
afternoon Arrival in Gdańsk, transfer from the airport to your hotel, dinner and overnight.

2nd day - Gdańsk
morning & afternoon Full day city sightseeing tour: Old Town - Long Street and Long Market, the Hall of the Main City, the Artus Court and Neptune’s Fountain, the Crane over the Motlawa River, the Golden Gate, the Green Gate, St. Mary Street and St. Mary church, etc.
evening Dinner at a local restaurant with the seafood meal - a specialty of the region.

3rd day - Malbork and Oliwa
morning Half-day trip to Malbork Castle - the impressive old fortress of Teutonic Knights founded in the 13th century - the largest Gothic stronghold compound in Europe. In 1997, it was entered into the UNESCO world cultural heritage list.
afternoon Half-day trip to Oliwa Cathedral. The Holy Trinity Cathedral was first built as a Cistercian shrine in the 13th century; after a great fire, it re-emerged in the Gothic style. The Gothic interior was destroyed by fire and replaced with the Baroque fixtures we can admire today. Oliwa Cathedral is 107m long - the longest church in Poland. The decorative gem is the Rococo organ, from 1763 to 1788. When built, the instrument was the largest in Europe. A visit to the church, an opportunity to hear an organ concert.
evening Return to Gdańsk, dinner and overnight.

4th day - Gdańsk
morning Check-out and departure transfer.

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