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Gdańsk Bike Tours
This three-hour tour takes in the city by bike with a local guide. You'll hear interesting stories of Gdańsk and its main landmarks and sites. Enjoy a summer day biking like a local and discover the Old Town, the Low Town, the canals and the city's beautiful architecture. You'll explore the old forts from XVII century on Gradowa Mountain and enjoy stunning views of the city. You'll also visit the Gdańsk Shipyard and learn about the Polish's Solidarity movement.
Gdańsk Old Town Segway Tour
Offering an innovative way to explore the city, this guided tour lets you take in Gdańsk's beautiful Old Town. Highlights include the Neptune Fountain, Artus Court and the Medieval Crane, as well as St. Mary's Church. A local guide will provide interesting facts and anecdotes along the way.
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
These open-top double-decker buses provide a perfect way to explore the city at your leisure. Hop on and off at main landmarks such as Upland Gate, the World War II Museum and Westerplatte, or stay on board for the entire 90-minute loop and enjoy the commentary.
Retro Tour with an Expert guide
Hosted by a local guide, this tour takes in the city's most famous historical sights. You'll pass by the WWII Museum, Gdańsk Shipyard, Solidarity Square and more. The tour also includes a sample of traditional liqueur Goldwasser and a retro Polaroid photo.
As monuments go, Wisłoujście Fortress is one of Poland’s most distinguished. Dating back to the 14th century, the walled complex served for almost 500 years as a strategic point of defence for Poland, before being seized by the Prussians and used as a prison, then later destroyed in WWII. Following a successful restoration project, it is now open to the public.
Gdansk Bay Cruise from Gdynia
This 40-minute cruise of Gdynia Harbour and Gdansk Bay takes place on the Regina ship – a passenger vessel that looks like a 17th-century galleon. On board, you'll find a bar, restaurant and two decks for viewing the surrounding scenery. One of these decks is outdoor, while the other is covered with central heating. During the tour, you’ll pass huge cruise liners, and you may also be able to pick out landmarks like the Aquarium and Dar Pomorza Maritime Museum.
Stutthof Concentration Camp English guided Tour from Gdansk
Leaving from Gdansk, you will be collected from your hotel in an air-conditioned minibus and driven by an English-speaking driver to Stutthof Concentration Camp. Located about 36 kilometres from Gdansk, this was the first Nazi concentration camp set up outside German borders. On arrival at the camp, you’ll be met by the licensed museum guide and taken on a two-hour tour. The tour includes a visit to the gas chambers and crematorium, as well as the camp victim’s monument. On completion of the tour, your driver will take you back to Gdansk.
Malbork Castle Regular English Guided Tour
The tour begins right from your hotel. The English speaking driver will pick you up and take you to the Castle. The hired guide will then take over and take you inside Malbork Castle. You will learn interesting facts and hear stories of the castle which the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order once called home. You will then visit St. Mary's Church and move on to the location that houses various permanent and temporary exhibitions of amber wares, old weapons and military equipment and extensive coin collection.
Gdansk by Night Walking Tour
Gdansk may be a wonderful city during the day, but it’s even more special at night, as you’ll surely experience during this fun walking tour. After meeting with your friendly English-speaking guide, you’ll start your journey around some of the best sights Gdansk has to offer. You’ll begin with the Royal Road, Artus Court and Gold and Green Gate before making your way to the Old Port where you can admire the magnificent crane. Next stops are Moltawa River with its Island of Granaries, St. Mary’s Street and The Great Armory. You’ll finish your tour at Piwnica Rajców, a brewery and restaurant that lies in the heart of Gdansk’s Old Town, right in the vaults of historic Artus Court. If the tour left you famished, you can continue your evening in this historic atmosphere with a delicious meal from the Gdansk region or craft beer brewed on site.
Cruise to Westerplatte from Gdańsk
On this VIP-class boat tour, you'll be able to see the city's landmarks and seaside landscape. You'll have two options to choose from between one-way or round trip with a stop at Westerplatte. You can see the Battle of Westerplatte World War II Monument. Along the cruise, you'll get to admire the beautiful landscape from the upper deck or the lower deck with sofas.
Sopot Wax Museum
The first attraction of its kind in Sopot, the Wax Museum offers the chance to see dozens of original waxwork figures. From sporting heroes and actors to business pioneers, many famous faces are brought to life here.
Attracting motor enthusiasts from all over the world, the Volkswagen Museum houses some of the oldest models from the famous German car manufacturer. Among the exhibits, there's even a workshop where you can observe vehicles being serviced and restored.
Housed in a medieval-era building, this museum focuses on the fascinating history of Baltic amber. Inside, you'll observe a large collection of 'inclusions' (when insects or plants are preserved inside the amber), and various objects made from the material. During the summer months, you can take advantage of a viewing platform in the tower.
Gdynia City Museum
Housing collections gathered since the 1980s, Gdynia City Museum documents the development of Gdynia, one of the youngest and fastest-growing cities in Poland. The museum’s main exposition focuses on the stories of Gdynia citizens and the modern approach to the urbanisation of the city.
Named after King Arthur, the Artus Court served as a meeting place for merchants and dignitaries in the 16th and 17th centuries. It continues to be one of the most impressive mansions in Gdansk today. With this ticket, you'll get entry into the building for a glimpse into the city’s past and the chance to explore its Gothic art-filled rooms. Significant artefacts on display include a Renaissance-period tiled stove dating back to 1546 and a small pewter surface that's believed to be the oldest table in Poland.
The Uphagen's House is a restored merchant house dating back to the 18th century. The house was destroyed during WWII and restored two decades ago to its former glory. Step inside to view its stucco ceilings, mezzanine floors and antique wooden furniture.
Gdańsk Historical Museum at Main Town Hall
The Gdańsk Historical Museum is housed in the Main Town Hall. This Gothic-Renaissance building dates back to the early Middle Ages and once served as the seat of power for the city. Go inside to visit the ornate Great Council Hall and uncover Gdańsk’s past through a variety of art pieces such as Isaak van den Blocke’s Gdańsk Apotheosis.
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Oliwa’s a green, foresty getaway from city life. Here, courting couples clamber up Pachołek Hill to watch the sun set over the Gulf of Gdańsk. Families flock to Oliwa Zoo to walk and talk with the animals. If you’d rather do little but chill, give Eskimo Lody café a whirl – their homemade ice cream has churned out happy customers for forty years.
Tempat menginap mulai dari Rp 137.915 per malam
8,2 km dari pusat kota
It’s all go-go-go in Jelitkowo. By day, this seaside area draws outdoorsy types: from windsurfers to water skiers, and cyclists that whiz through Jelitkowski Park. Even in winter, you’ll spot die-hard swimmers take a dip in the chilly Baltic. At night, crowds of clubbers go bananas at Plażowy Beach Club – they keep the pace, if not the peace!
Tempat menginap mulai dari Rp 471.880 per malam
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Life’s a beach in Brzeźno! Its sandy stretches go on for miles. Local life centres on the pier, where lovers amble arm-in-arm and sporty young mothers jog with their kiddie strollers. At Gruba Ryba bar, down a cool Polish pilsner in between bouts of swimming and sunbathing. Then tuck into a grilled fish lunch at the seafront Restaurant Kawior.
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Kota pelabuhan bersejarah ini menampilkan keindahan Baltik melalui arsitekturnya yang memikat, kota tuanya yang menawan, dan pantai berpasirnya yang membentang luas. Gdansk kadang disebut sebagai ibu kota amber dunia, karena banyaknya batu semi mulia yang bersumber di daerah sekitarnya. Anda akan menemukan banyak toko yang menjual suvenir dari batu amber, dengan beberapa diantaranya bahkan berisi serangga yang diawetkan.
Berjalan-jalanlah ke pusat kota dan Anda akan terpesona oleh banyaknya jembatan kanal, jalan berbatu yang dipenuhi dengan rumah-rumah berwarna-warni, toko seni dan kerajinan, dan St. Mary's - gereja tertua di dunia yang dibangun dengan batu bata. Daerah ini juga dikenal sebagai rumah bagi Royal Way, di mana raja-raja Polandia pernah diarak, dan Neptunus Fountain di pusat Pasar Long. Ada juga sejumlah museum besar yang patut dikunjungi, seperti European Solidarity Centre, Artus Court Museum, dan Museum Maritim Nasional.
Hanya dengan naik trem singkat dari pusat kota, Anda bisa menemukan pantai Stogi dan Brzeźno yang cukup populer, cocok bagi penggemar olahraga air atau mereka yang hanya ingin bersantai di tepi pantai. Juli dan Agustus adalah waktu terbaik untuk berkunjung karena cuacanya yang bagus, tapi di sepanjang tahun ini, Anda juga bisa menyaksikan Saint Dominic's Fair dan Festival Shakespeare yang diadakan di kota.
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