Gdynia
Gdynia

Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia in one day (private Tricity tour)

 

If you are coming to Poland via a Cruise ship, why not visit 3 cities in one day!

 

Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia are popularly known as the Tricity. Even though they have much in common they are very different. Gdansk is an old Hanseatic league city – and now capital of the Pomeranian Region. Sopot is a much younger and popular spa city. It is beloved by young people because of its easy-going attitude and large numbers of discos and bars. The youngest member of Tricity is Gdynia as it was only born in 1926, when the Polish government, unable to use the Gdansk port dominated by Germans, decided to build a new port in the location of this small fishing village.

 

Old town of Gdansk
Old town of Gdansk

Gdansk sights

We will start with The Upland Gate – the 16th century entrance to the Old Town of Gdansk. On our way we will see The Torture House and The Prison Tower – currently the Museum of Amber in Gdansk. Next we will enter Long Street and the Long Market and admire the most magnificent sights like: Artus Court a medieval meeting place for rich merchants, a symbol of Gdansk – The Neptune Fountain, The Golden House and The Green Gate. Here we will drop into one of the amber workshops to see a brief display of amber polishing also called „the gold of the Baltic Sea”. We will also learn how to recognise fake amber. Here the official Royal Route in Gdansk ends but we will walk further to see the banks of the Motlawa River and the medieval Crane. We will walk on the most picturesque street in Gdansk – Mariacka Street which will lead us to the biggest gothic brick church in the world – St. Mary’s church. Here we will see many interesting pieces of historical art. We will finish our trip at the richly decorated Great Armoury.

 

Walking tour of Gdansk
Walking tour of Gdansk
On the way to Oliwa, we will pass by the Monument to the fallen shipyard workers of 1970, the European Solidarity Centre and Lech Walesa’s house – the legendary leader of the Solidarity trade union. In Oliva Cathedral, we can listen to a 20-minute organ concert. After a brief visit to the Cathedral we will go on to Sopot.

 

Sopot sights

 

In Sopot we will walk along the famous promenade, the Heroes of Monte Cassino Street. Here we will see the fascinating Crooked House, which has won many competitions due to its distinctive shape. Later we will take a stroll along the longest wooden pier in Europe – Sopot pier.

 

Crooked House, Sopot
Crooked House, Sopot

 

Gdynia sights

 

In the modern seaport of Gdynia, we will see the world’s oldest destroyer, the ORP Błyskawica, the „Dar Pomorza”(a tall ship frigate) and the marina in Gdynia. We may also climb the Infobox viewing tower in Gdynia

 

Dar Pomorza, Gdynia
Dar Pomorza, Gdynia

 

Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia in one day tour (private TriCity tour) details:
Duration of the trip: 7 hours
Meeting point: The Green Gate in Gdansk or I will pick you up at your hotel

 

the crane Gdansk
the crane Gdansk
Entrance fees on the route of private TriCity tour:

 

Oliva Cathedral: free of charge except for the 20 minute organ concert – regular ticket 5 PLN, discount ticket 4 PLN
St Mary’s church in Gdansk: free of charge
Sopot Pier– regular ticket 9 PLN, discount ticket 4,5 PLN
ORP Błyskawica – regular ticket 24 PLN, discount ticket 15 PLN
• Infobox viewing tower: free of charge

 

4 PLN is only about € 1
Prices for only guiding or guiding and transport. All is PER TOUR and NOT per person.
Only guiding Guiding with transport
1-3 people € 155 €178
4-6 people € 155 €290
7-19 people € 155 €335
More than 20 € 155 More than 20 and you need transport – please contact me!
Ania Anna Kotula, a private tour guide for Gdansk
Ania Anna Kotula, a private tour guide for Gdansk
How to book a Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia in one day tour? Please click here! If you need a guide for Gdansk in German or French, please let me know. I can arrange it for you as well.

 

 

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