MARINE TOURS OF GDANSK, SOPOT AND GDYNIA
- transfer from the airport or ferry terminal
- check in at the hotel
Hotel with a view of the Motlawa river
- Marine Museum and Soldek
- cruise by river bus to Westerplatte
- bike trip to the Wisloujscie Fortress
- sightseeing of the fortress
- bike ride to Nowy Port (New Port)
- return by bike to Gdansk centre
- return to the hotel
Lunch – Gdansk cuisine
Dinner – Kashubian revel
THE LIGHTHOUSE IN NEW PORT
One of the most beautiful lighthouses on the coast of the Baltic Sea equipped with the time ball located on the top of the roof. Every day the time ball is firstly raised and then dropped exactly in the high noon. It allowed to set chronometers by captains of the ships in the past, now it is interesting tourist attraction.
Passengers have a chance to observe harbour daily life and Gdansk shipyards during the cruise to New Port. On the way of the cruise we pass the places which played an important role in the history of Gdansk and even the whole world. The first is Wisloujscie Fortress and the latter – Westerplatte – the place where World War II began.
Gdynia – Sopot
- transfer to Gdynia
- Gdynia Aquarium
- Dar Pomorza
- transfer to Sopot
- cruise on Gdansk Bay
- transfer to Gdansk
Lunch – ‘dumpling festival’
Dinner onboard during the cruise on Gdansk Bay
- cruise to Hel
- walking tour in Hel, Wiejska Street, harbour
- Fokarium (Seal Centre)
- Fishery Museum
- return by ship or train
Lunch in Hel – fish of the morning catch
Dinner – beer feast with music live
Cruise to Hel
THE FISHERY MUSEUM IN HEL
The exposition on fishing in the Baltic Sea today and in the past. The museum is located in a former evangelical church which is the oldest building in Hel. The church was built in 14th century.
Visitors to the Seal Centre are being introduced to life of wild seals as well as with the methods of nature conservation in the Baltic Sea area.
- transfer to Nadole
- open-air museum in Nadole
- transfer to Wierzchucino
- transfer to Stilo
- walking tour to ship wreck
- return to Gdansk
Lunch – Kashubian dishes in an old watermill
Dinner – Dutch cuisine
HERITAGE PARK IN NADOLE
Agrarian and fishing farm from 19th century with original equipment.
The ‘West Star’ ship with a wood freight on board set off from Gdansk harbour to England in October 1970. At that time there was a huge storm raging on the Baltic Sea. Suddenly the load dislodged, then the small ship tipped and water encroached to the engine room. The only engine was damaged and the ship stuck aground. Its masts sticking out of the sea water are possible to be observed from the shore.
One of the most beautiful on the Polish Coast. It is located on a high dune hill and surrounded by a forest. The height of the tower is 33,4 m.
Chalupy – Jastarnia
- transfer to windsurfing base in Chalupy
– windsurfing school for fresh surfers
– waters of Puck Bay for experienced surfers
- lunch in the break
- transfer to Jastarnia
- walking tour in the resort
- spa treatments in String House
- return to Gdansk
Lunch – fish
Dinner in Jastarnia
Spa treatments based on algae
Waters of Puck Bay for experienced surfers
Windsurfing school for fresh surfers
The shoal spread along the peninsula and often blowing winds cause that this area is perceived as the paradise for windsurfers.
- sightseeing of the ‘Emperor Gdansk Shipyard’ former area
- private museum in the U-Boat hall
- Amber Museum
- walking tour in the Main City
- return to the hotel
Lunch in the shipyard buffet
Dinner – Eastern Borderland cuisine
The Imperial Gdansk Shipyard was founded in 1844 when Prussian government bought land to build the base for their military fleet that at that time consisted of a single ship! Before 1918 the shipyard was one of the main centres where submarines for German Imperial Navy were built. After World War I it was forbidden to produce warships in the demilitarized Free City of Danzig. During World War II U-Boats for Hitlerian Kriegsmarine were constructed there. After World War II Gdansk Shipyard has delivered over 1,000 ships for shipping companies all over the world. But it was the trade union Solidarity that made the shipyard truly famous as it birthplace. Lech Walesa – an electrician who worked here became an iconic character for the world as the leader of the strikes in 1980s. What happened here paved the way for the large scale changes in the whole Communist Bloc in Eastern Europe.
AMBER MUSEUM IN GDANSK
Amber Museum in Gdansk located in Prison Gate – the most interesting exhibition in Pomerania presents origin, extraction and processing of amber, a lot of historic and modern amber works of art and jewellery. Original arrangement in gothic interior supported with modern multimedia is undoubtedly one of assets of this fascinating museum.
- transfer to the airport or ferry terminal
from 650 € per person*
*for 50-person group. The price includes accommodation in a double room in a 3-star hotel in Gdansk, meals, guided tour, guide assistance, bus transits, cruises, bike trip, windsurfing activities and admissions. The price does not include transport to and from Gdansk and spa treatments.
The programme is addressed to groups from 10 to 50 people
The above offer is intended as information and does not constitute a commercial offer within the meaning of article 66 § 1 of the Polish Civil Code and other relevant legal provisions.
- ferry or ship cruise
- horse riding
- bus transfer
- canoeing rally
- attractions for kids
- amusement park
- workshops or team building
- car rental
- bike trips
- swimming pool
- walking tour
- nature study
- narrow-gauge railway
- adventure park
- bungee jumping
- shotting range or paintball