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Warsaw: Guided Tour to Gdansk

Gdansk is the largest city in northern Poland and definitely one of the most beautiful ones in whole country. With over 1000 years of turbulent history, it used to be described as the Hanseatic granary of Europe. Gdansk is considered a symbolic place of the outbreak of World War II and the beginning of the fall of communism in central and eastern Europe. Complex of historical buildings in the main town of Gdansk was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 2005. Today this city of memory and freedom is one of the most popular destinations among foreign tourists in Poland.

We offer private full day tours from Warsaw to Gdansk on request


Tour itinerary:

  1. early morning hotel pick up and transfer with our English speaking driver to the railway station in Warsaw (exact time depends on train schedule)
  2. receiving 2nd class return tickets for economic standard fast train connection between Warsaw and Gdansk and assistance of our driver at the platform
  3. comfortable journey by train on your own (up to 3,5 hours)
  4. getting off the train in Gdansk and meeting our local, private city guide at the platform
  5. up to 3 hours of guided Old Town walk with our private guide in chosen language during which you will see:
  • beautiful, narrow streets and colorful townhouses rebuilt after World War 2 within the area of one of the most beautiful Old Towns in Poland
  • the Prison Tower and Torture Chamber – it was a part of the fortification walls protecting the city, nowadays it houses Amber Museum
  • Motlawa river and the Crane – one of the landmarks of the city, very pleasant place for a peaceful walk.
  • St. Mary’s Church – the biggest medieval brick-built church in Europe with the important figure of the Virgin Mary and Child and the Astronomical Clock made by Hans Durunger in the 15th century.
  • The Fountain of Neptune – the most famous fountain in Gdansk, is a source of a lot of different stories related with the city.
  • Green Gate – built for Polish monarchs, located close to the river
  • Golden Gate – a great example of fusion of two different architecture styles – Italian and Dutch
  • High Gate – in the past it was the main entrance gate to the city, starting point of the Royal Route in Gdansk.
  • Artus Court – currently a seat of the Museum of Gdansk, one of the most representative monuments on the Royal Route

6. approx 4 hours of free time to discover the city by yourself and having lunch break (on your request we can make it shorter or longer – depends on the train connections
7. reaching railway station in Gdansk by yourself
8. up to 3,5 hours journey back by train from Gdansk to Warsaw
9. pick up from the platform of railway station in Warsaw by our English speaking driver and transfer back to your hotel


Whole tour lasts up to 15 hours (exact time depends on train schedule)

Tour is available in following languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, Russian, Ukrainian, Swedish, Norwegian and others

*some languages may be subject of availability and prices can vary



  • 750 PLN per person (1 person)
  • 550 PLN per person (2 persons)
  • 470 PLN per person (3 persons)
  • 430 PLN per person (4 persons)
  • Contact us (5 persons or more)

What is included:

  • morning pick-up from your hotel in Warsaw and transfer to railway station with assistance of our English speaking driver
  • return 2nd class fast train tickets
  • pick-up from railway station in Gdansk by our local private guide
  • service of professional private city guide in chosen language for up to 3 hours sightseeing walking tour of Gdansk Old Town area
  • up to 4 hours of free time in Gdansk

*for this tour you can also choose to add following supplements:

  • 60 PLN per person for 1st class ECONOMIC standard fast train tickets (TLK or IC) both ways
  • 120 PLN per person for 2nd class PREMIUM standard fast train tickets (EIP) both ways
  • 220 PLN per person for 1st class PREMIUM standard fast train tickets (EIP) both ways

If you prefer to have less free time and have a longer guided tour of Gdansk to see more of city highlights, we would be very glad to organize such extended version of this tour for you. Prices depend on exact schedule and number of people. If you consider such option we recommend following tourist attractions that could be added to your program of sightseeing:

  • Oliwa Cathedral
  • Museum of World War 2
  • Monument to Post Office Defenders
  • Westerplatte Memorial and Museum
  • Monument to Fallen Shipyard Workers at Solidarnosc Square
  • Sopot – fancy sea resort located right next to Gdansk (part of TriCity) with famous wooden pier, sandy beach, Monte Cassino street and Forest Opera

If you prefer to have an extended version of guided tour in Gdansk please contact us for more details

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