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  • Gdansk Old Town 2-Hour Walking Tour

    1. Gdansk Old Town 2-Hour Walking Tour

    Explore the compact Old Town of Gdansk to see a unique blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Mannerist architecture lining some of the most beautiful streets and squares in Europe. Perfect for those with limited time to explore, a professional guide will introduce you to an interesting assortment of monuments, telling fascinating stories along the way. Start at the Golden Gate, once part of the old city’s fortifications. Continue to the Torture Chamber, where executions were carried out until the middle of the 19th century. Next, go to the 16th-century Upland Gate, the main entry point of the Old Town, where the king of Poland would arrive in the city from Warsaw. Continue along the Royal Way to Long Market and the Town Hall. The focal point of Long Market is the Neptune Fountain of the sea god. Walk down to the banks of the Motława River before visiting The Crane, revealing the city’s gol...

    The guide was super knowledgeable and had a wonderful insight of the city. Fantastic tour

  • Gdansk: Evening Kayak Tour

    2. Gdansk: Evening Kayak Tour

    Many visitors to Gdansk opt for a cruise, but a kayak tour allows you to explore a unique side of the city. Embark on a beginner-friendly kayak your with easy-to-learn techniques — a must-do for any tourist in this beautiful Polish port city. Gain a different perspective on the historical value of the Main City in the evening, as you paddle through canals.  Take advantage of the freedom to access locations inaccessible to cruise ships. As you paddle down the river, pass 2 of Gdansk's main islands, Granary Island and Olowianka Island. Make your way past attractions such as The Crane, Olowianka Footbridge, the beautiful Radunia Canal, as well as Gdansk Shipyard and the Polish Baltic Philharmonic.

    We kayaked 6+km in light rain. It was good exercise and fun. Piotr was very patient and a gracious guide. I would do this tour again and would recommend this to anyone that is at least a little fit. You will have fun! There is a little shop near the kayak spot where you can buy cheap drinks and snacks too.

  • Gdansk: Guided Kayak Tour

    3. Gdansk: Guided Kayak Tour

    Join a kayak tour and experience Gdansk by the water! Many tourists take ferry rides, but a kayak tour allows you to explore a side to the city most people don't see. Enjoy a beginner friendly kayak tour with easy to learn techniques, a must for any visitor to Gdansk.  Gain a different perspective on the historical value of the Main City, paddle through canals and enjoy freedom to access locations inaccessible to tourist ferries.  As you paddle down the river, pass two of Gdansk's main islands, Granary Island and Olowianka Island, and make your way past attractions such as The Crane, Olowianka Footbridge, the beautiful Radunia Canal, as well as Gdansk Shipyard and the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. 

    Great tour, you get to learn a lot and kayak at the same time! Guide is very knowledgeable. Would definitely recommend this to anyone visiting Gdansk.

  • Highlights of Gdańsk: Private Bike Tour with Licensed Guide

    4. Highlights of Gdańsk: Private Bike Tour with Licensed Guide

    Start with pickup from your hotel in the city center. First, explore the Old Town of Gdańsk to see famous sites such as the City Hall and the Neptune fountain. On the way visit the Gdansk Shipyard which is one of the more important symbols of the city. It is also one of the largest and most recognizable Polish shipyards. Admire the Amber Stadium, which was used to host football matches in Euro 2012, and visit the old harbor district. Continue to Brzezno, where you will find a beautiful and peaceful seaside park. Take a break at the pier and see the panorama of the entire bay of Gdansk. The final point on this part of the tour is the house of Gunter Grass and the historic working district of Lower Wrzeszcz. If you choose the 6-hours extended tour option, visit the charming seaside resort of Sopot. Here discover one of the most popular vacation destinations of Poland. Take a walk on the ...

  • History of Gdansk Tour by Kayak on the Motława River

    5. History of Gdansk Tour by Kayak on the Motława River

    See Gdańsk from a slightly different perspective – from a kayak. There are several routes to follow, all at various levels of difficulty, suited to your skills. One popular route is following the Motława around Granary Island. See three faces of Gdańsk: historical power, port of everyday life and is beautiful nature. The historical part is full of mystery and beautiful architecture of past centuries along the Old and New Motlawa. On the industrial and historical side, you will pass through the Dead Vistula river with a view of the shipyards and port. The natural beauty surrounding the Motlawa provides respite from the city center, disturbed only by the wind and the voices of birds among the historical fortifications of Gdansk. Face the cold and get a rush of adrenaline. You can even head out to the Hel Peninsula and take a cutter cruise out to the sea to search for a real sea wolf. The...

  • Gdansk Old Town Half-Day Private Walking Tour

    6. Gdansk Old Town Half-Day Private Walking Tour

    Walk through the historic heart of Gdansk Old Town and discover one of the most beautiful cities in Europe during a 4-hour tour. Starting from Dluga Street, site of the old market square, you will pass through the historic gates of the city, visiting Arthur's Court, Neptune Fountain, the Old Crane, and 15th-century Basilica of St Mary's. Soak up the charm of Gdansk Old Town, as you walk along Dluga Street, admiring superb Renaissance buildings and the flamboyant Town Hall. Look at the gilded statue of King Sigismund II Augustus of Poland perched high on the Town Hall spire. Pass Neptune Fountain to Arthur's Court, the former meeting place of the city’s merchants, now a branch of the Gdańsk History Museum. After a visit to the museum, continue to Green Gate overlooking the Motlawa River. Enjoy an amber polishing demonstration, with a short lecture on amber, at the Amber Court, and visit...

  • Gdansk: 90-Minute Guided Segway Tour of Gdansk Old Town

    7. Gdansk: 90-Minute Guided Segway Tour of Gdansk Old Town

    Discover the magic of Gdansk on this unique 90-minute guided Segway tour of the city. You’ll follow a route that passes by all the hotspots of the old town, the main town, and Granary Island accompanied by a local guide who will make sure you have enough time at each location to make yourself feel like at home in Gdansk. Riding on your Segway in a group, you’ll pass by a whole range of memorable tourist attractions like Uphagen's House, the Artus Court, Neptune's Fountain, the Fahrenheit Monument, Granary Island, the fish market, the Long Lane, the Golden Gate and more, enjoying gorgeous views of the city from the banks of Motlawa River along the way.

    Apart from some accidental problems concerning the meeting point - which is by reason of the weak app - we had a brilliant time with Jakub!

  • Gdansk Old Town: German Influence Walking Tour

    8. Gdansk Old Town: German Influence Walking Tour

    Step back in time and learn about the historical relationship between Poland and Germany on a guided walking tour of Gdansk. Avail of the services of a local guide who will take you to see all the highlights of the Old Town, such as Upland Gate at the start of the famous Royal Way. Hear how Gdansk was the world's largest German-speaking city in the 16th and 17th centuries, and how it functioned for 400 years as an intermediary between the cultures of Poland, Germany and Lithuania. Learn about some of the city's famous former residents, such as the writer Arthur Schopenhauer. Hear about the Nobel Prize-winning author Günter Grass who set his famous Danzig Trilogy – including The Tin Drum – in Gdansk. 

  • Gdansk: 3-Hour Guided Segway Sightseeing Tour

    9. Gdansk: 3-Hour Guided Segway Sightseeing Tour

    Explore the city of Gdansk and learn about its unique historic legacy while spending an unforgettable evening on a Segway. Visit a selection of the city’s most iconic sights and landmarks as you follow an experienced local guide around the city on a fun and informative tour. During the 3-hour tour, familiarize yourself with the highlights of the city and listen to fascinating commentary about its rich history. You can also customize this tour to your own tastes and spend more time at the locations that interest you most. There’s also time to stop by local restaurants for some authentic Polish food, or head off the beaten track to see sights that aren’t included in the tourist books.

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What people are saying about Gdansk

We kayaked 6+km in light rain. It was good exercise and fun. Piotr was very patient and a gracious guide. I would do this tour again and would recommend this to anyone that is at least a little fit. You will have fun! There is a little shop near the kayak spot where you can buy cheap drinks and snacks too.

I’va had a great kayak experience here! Excellent services and the best instructor/guide ever. He’s telling the history about Gdańsk all the way, it was all worth it. He even took a video for me, he did not mind it at all. I’ll definitely go back and do it again whenever I’m here. Recommended truly.

We were very satisfied with our very good German-speaking guide and the bike tour we had booked. He showed us Gdansk from interesting angles in 4 hours. We have seen places that we would never have known without him. Very, very recommendable!

Couldn't be happier with the trip - the guide was great and very knowledgeable, we learn loads about the history of Gdansk all while enjoying the kayaking part

The Guide is nice and told us the story about the city. Very recommended!