Would you like discover the most significant landmarks of Northern Poland? We will take you on amazing day trips from Gdansk with professional guides, comfortable transportation and best quality service.
Discover Stutthof Concentration Camp – the first and the longest existing Nazi concentration camp in Poland. Learn about the terrifying history of the camp exploring its 2 main parts with a professional guide. Prepare for an unforgettable experience and sad but true history lesson.
- Duration: 4 – 5 h
- Type: Group
Visit Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot in one day during our guided Tricity tour from Gdansk. See how each of the three cities is different and has something else to discover. Explore plenty of historical and beautiful spots in best seasides in the country with a professional guide and have fun!
- Duration: 8 h
- Type: Private
Get amazed by the biggest castle in the world and discover its fascinating secrets. Be surprised how many incredibly important events took place inside this monumental Gothic building. Prepare for an amazing guided tour and fascinating stories passed to you by a professional guide.
- Duration: 6 h
- Type: Group
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Gdansk is a beautiful city located between many historical places that are definitely worth to see. If you visit Northern Poland you should consider using this opportunity and go on one of our day trips from Gdansk. If you want to learn fascinating history of that region, book an one day-trip with us today!
GdanskDirect offers several Gdansk day trips to the most important places located in the city’s surroundings. As a professional tour operator, we provide door-to-door hotel pick ups, modern private cars and professional guides during Gdansk day trips. We are always flexible and will easily adjust our tours to your individual needs. We offer both private and group tours and guarantee high quality services at all times. If you have any additional needs, that we can provide during day trips from Gdansk, let us know and we will certainly do so. Tours are available all year long and we recommend to book it in advance in order to make sure that our local guides are available when needed.
Our special team of advisors will help you to create your own perfect trip choosing best day trips from Gdansk for you.
Our Tricity tour is an amazing opportunity to discover three of the most important cities in Northern Poland. Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot create so-called Tricity and although they constitute one unity, each of the city is different, offering various attractions to their visitors. Historically, Gdansk is the most important one, but the other two are of no less importance! Sopot features the longest wooden pier in Europe (over 500 meters!) while visitors of Gdynia can enjoy a visit in the amazing Gdynia Aquarium or relaxing walks along the most beautiful beaches in Poland.
How about visiting the biggest castle and fortress in the world? During our Malbork tour you will discover an extremely impressive and monumental building that remembers the Middle Ages and the reign of the biggest Polish rulers. Considered as one of the most significant historical buildings in the country, Malbork Castle attracts thousands of visitors every year. There are also many interesting events happening in the castle, especially in the summer. It includes annual reconstructions of the famous Siege of Malbork, craft fairs or knight’s tournaments.
Our professional guides will let you discover an amazing history of the place during your tour. It is the most popular one among all day trips from Gdansk – find out why!
If you would like to explore some historically important places in the city, you should go on Stutthof tour. The oldest and longest ever existing former Nazi concentration camp in occupied Poland is waiting to be discovered.
While visiting Stutthof camps you’ll learn terrifying history of the place, where tens of thousands of prisoners were brutally murdered during the World War II. Professional local guides will introduce you to concentration camps’ history in Poland and show you all important spots in the Stutthof Museum.