BEST OF GDANSK, GDYNIA AND SOPOT
Discover 3 incredible cities of Northern Poland and fall in love with most attractive Polish seasides. Explore cultural and landscape diversity of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot with a professional guide. Our Tricity tour in one day will allow you to make the most of your stay in Gdansk!
GDANSK TOUR BY NIGHT INCLUDES
Duration: 8 h
Starting time: 6:00 pm
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Over 1000 years of Gdansk history left numerous amazing things to explore in the city . Golden Gate, Main Town Hall, Neptune Fountain, Royal Road or Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary are only few amazing things to see in Gdansk. Once you visit the city, you start to seek how to come back there. People from around the world come to Gdansk to experience its amazing atmosphere and see historical Medieval architecture.
Gdank is also famous for crucial events in Polish history. Major anti-socialist protests and demonstrations have taken place at the city’s streets, where the historical regime change in Poland began.
Gansk is the city of “Solidarnosc” movement (led by Lech Walesa) – a nationwide social movement created to oppose the totalitarian government, that made big waves on the whole world.
Before the 1929, Gdynia was a small piscatorial village. The main impetus for building a city there, was the construction of a harbour. In 12 years, the village turned into a developing agglomeration with 130 000 citizens.
Nowadays, Gdynia is famous for being the most attractive seaside in Poland. Often it’s called the “summer capital of Poland” – not without a reason . Mainly due to its famous pier – one of the most important objects in the city. It provides a perfect space for evening walks by the sea.
Other prominent places in Gdynia are: the Gdynia Aquarium, seaside boulevard or four picturesque bathing beaches.
Sopot is a seaside resort and famous sanatorium for visitors from the whole country. Although relatively small, the city is full of monuments including numerous churches, chapels, museums, villas and several prominent cemeteries.
One of the most prominent objects in Sopot is its famous wooden pier – the longest one in Europe (over 500 meters!). Grand Hotel is also worth to see – it’s an extremely huge luxurious building raised in 1927 once visited by Greta Garbo and Fidel Castro. It constitutes a luxurious complex that combines modernity with almost 100-year tradition.
Sopot attracts thousands of visitors with its annual summer music event called ” The Sopot Festival”. It’s highly reputed music fest that gathers best musicians from the whole country.