Gdansk Old Town Walk Few cities in Europe can boast such marvellous Old Town as Gdansk. Walking along its narrow streets is a great pleasure for every visitor coming to Gdansk. We offer you opportunity to seeing all the highlights of this compact area within... more Gdansk City Tour Gdansk is a city with 1000 years history, once described as the Hanseatic granary of Europe. It is also the city of famous scholars and humanists. Explore this unique city with us. The Old Town of Gdansk is a delightful place. more Tricity Tour Tricity tour is an extended version of standard Gdansk City tour. It includes all sights mentioned in Gdansk tour description plus more interesting sights in Gdansk and also two other cities: Gdynia and Sopot which together with Gdansk... more Malbrok Castle We take you to the former capital of the Teutonic State where you can admire the famous castle of the Teutonic Knights. more Stutthof Concentration Camp The Nazi camp Stutthof for civilians was established on 2 September 1939, then turned into a special labour camp and finally a concentration camp. more Slowinski National Park Slowinski National Park is renowned for its large, shifting sand dunes. There are mobile dunes up to 42 meters high which can move at a rate of about 9 meters a year, leaving the stumps of dead trees behind them. more Hel Penisula On Hel Peninsula, a beautiful, wide and clean beach stretches along the side facing the open sea. It is walled by dunes, some of them up to 14 meters high, that only start to be overgrown by plants. more Gdansk Airport Transfer Just let us know when are you coming to Gdansk and we will pick you up from the airport and take you straight to your hotel. Do not let taxi drivers rip you off, book now our service. more Lech Walesa' Tour Lech Walesa is one of the best known Poles around the world and his life is strongly associated with Gdansk. This former president of Poland (1990 – 1995) and Nobel Peace Prize laureate (1983), co-founded and led Solidarity movement... more 2 days Auschwitz & Krakow Tour We are the only company in Poland who offer an excursion from Gdansk to Auschwitz & Krakow. Due to very long distance between Gdansk and southern Poland we use fast train transportation between Gdansk and Krakow – journey lasts approx... more Wolf's Liar - Hitler's headquarter Adolf Hitler has several military headquarters in Europe during World War 2. The first one in Eastern Front was built in the middle of Masurian woods near small town of Ketrzyn (former Rastenburg). more Tour to Warsaw Take a comfortable full day tour to Warsaw from Gdansk and see all major touristic attractions in the capital of Poland. Our professional guides will take you around to the historic places of interest, to let you feel the spirit of the... more Gdansk World War 2 tour Gdansk was the first target of military actions taken by Germans in 1939. The exact location of the first battle of World War 2 was Westerplatte – small peninsula a few kilometres from the city center. On September 1, 1939 less than... more

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