Touch Medieval and Solidarity Gdańsk with short walk alongside Sopot pier
This tour inludes walk alongside the old heart of the city and Royal Way - the way kings walked along when they visited Gdańsk and not only because it will be also the opporunity to see the old harbour, Neptune Fountain and other famous objects.
The stop on Solidarity Square will give you the taste of fighting Poles with the communist system.
From the Old Town we will go to Sopot SPA town with nice walking street Bohaterów Monte Cassino, beach and the longest pier in Europe made of wood.
If time allows we can stop for a lunch on the pier or in one of the restaurant or pub.
Please note also that the tour can be also available on Mondays but without entrance to Artus Court, Main Town Hall and/or some other museums.
Walk alongside a Royal Way.
On the way you will see many objects, like the Golden Gate, Uphagen House, Main Town Hall, Artus Court.
We stop for a short while in St. Mary's Church and walk alongside Mariacka Street and Motlawa River bank to the old harbour.
On the way we'll stop in European Solidarity Centre.
If you wish we can see the exhibition in the Centre where you touch the atmosphere in the shipyard during the communist time and time of fighting Poles with the communist regime.
We will walk also alongside famous Bohaterów Monte Cassino street and the longest wooden pier in Europe.
If time permits we can stop for the lunch or coffee in the restaurant on the pier or in some other place close to pier.
Programme can be modified acc. to your request and our mutual agreement on the spot.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Gdynia/Gdańsk Harbour, Gdańsk Airport,
Gdansk Glowny Railway Station, Hotel Novotel Gdansk Pszenna Street, Hilton Hotel Długie Pobrzeże Street, Radisson Blue Hotel Długa Street, Neptune Fountain.
Other place to be agreed.
I will have my guide ID and I will keep the paper with your name.
End location: Gdynia/Gdańsk Harbour, Gdańsk Airport, Gdansk Glowny Railway Station, hotel or other agreed place.
After the tour you can stay in Gdańsk or to go yourself to not visited during the tour museums, to have your lunch, to have a rest in caffe/pub/restaurant, to take a boat (from May till the end of September) to Westerplatte.
I can assist you also in your return way to the hotel, if necessary.
The tour can be prolongated even up to 8-10 hours at additional USD 35/hr paid at the tour end.
Please note that museums are closed on Monday and either the Main Town Hall in Gdańsk or Artus Court or Oliwa Cathedral and St. Mary's Church can be closed due to official meetings or special Massess at any time.
Duration: 6 hours
The duration can be affected by weather, crowds, many visitors in St. Mary's Church etc. In case of bad weather conditions programme can be changed a little bit.
car and walking.
If visa to Poland is required all visa formalities also related to ashore (according to Polish law) should be dealt before the coming to Poland and/or start the cruiser journey.
Visas for citizens of about 90 countries are not required.
English speaking guide service and transport cost.
Car for more people can be arranged on request.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
190 PLN (Polish Zlotys) - Entrance to
Sopot pier - PLN 8/person,
St. Mary's Church - PLN 5,-
Artus Court, Uphagen House - each PLN 10/person.
European Solidarity Center - PLN 20,-/person
Main Town Hall, Amber Museum - each PLN 12,-/person;
Lunch - about PLN 30 - 60,-/person.
Glass of beer -PLN 5-12,
cup of tea -PLN 4-6, coffe 6-8.
Toilet -PLN 3.
The entrances to Sopot pier, European Solidarity Centre and/or other museums
Coffee, tea, beer during the break, beer, lunch, maps and books,
toilet fees, insurances etc.
The same with medical and accident insurance which have to be arranged and paid by you prior to your arrival.
List of about 90 countries
whose nationals may enter Poland
without a visa
are published on the page
of the Ministry of Foreigh Affairs Republic Poland http://www.msz.gov.pl/en/