Since 1997 I have been working as a tour leader. I have led Polish groups in Asian and north African countries. I have learned about history, traditions, religions and cultures of those countries. In 2008 I passed exams and was given a certified licence as a city guide in Gdańsk - Sopot - Gdynia (Tri-city). Since then I have specialized in Tri- city and Pomerania Province. I did my post-gradutate studies of Gdańsk History at the University of Gdańsk. My licences, certificates, and diplomas allow me to guide groups inside different institutions, buildings and museums.
Gdańsk is a very unique city, full of history, culture and a unique atmosphere. Bustling economy and new investments encourage people to visit it. The city is located along the Gdańsk Bay together with Sopot and Gdynia and has a special microclimate created by the surrounding forest and moraine hills. The Tri-city beaches are one of the few places in the world where you can find amber after storm.
The only true guide is the heart, therefore I will be your passionate tour guide in Gdańsk. My flat looks like a well -stocked library. I read a lot of books. I love cycling, and diving in the Baltic Sea exploring shipwrecks, or sailing on the Gdańsk Bay with friends. In winter time I go skiing or I lead groups in other countries.
I am a sociable, spontaneous, cheerful, and flexible person. I adapt to the groups' expectations. I like to work both with children and adults, with groups and individual tourists. I always come prepared and my goal is to meet the expectations of my clients. Thanks to many trips abroad and knowledge of many cultures I am an open person and tolerant to all religions and races.
- Licensed tour guide in Tri-City (Gdansk, Sopot, Gdynia)
- Licensed tour guide in Pomerania (Pomorze, Pomeranian Voivodeship)
- Licensed tour guide in European Solidarity Centre
- Licensed tour guide in Emmigration Museum in Gdynia
- Licensed tour guide in Malbork Castle
- Licensed tour guide in Stutthof Concentration Camp
I do not have a license to give tours inside the Second World War Museum in Gdansk