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Gdansk: City Cruise on Historical Polish Boat

1. Gdansk: City Cruise on Historical Polish Boat

Discover Gdańsk from the water on board a replica of a Polish river ship used for over 400 years. Used mainly in the 18th century, this intimate, wooden, and spacious 12-seater boat will take you to places large ships are unable to go and thanks to the low number of passengers, you'll feel at ease and special. Start the cruise from the former Gdańsk Shipyard that once was a workplace for nearly 18,000 people and unavailable to visitors for over 170 years. Gdansk Shipyard was established after 1945 in place of the former German shipyards. It was here that the "Solidarity" movement began in 1980, leading to the fall of communism in Poland. Next, cruise on Motława River in the center of the Old Town. You’ll see many tourist attractions, including the ruins of the Teutonic castle, water gates leading to the city, the famous wooden crane from the 15th century, charming old tenement houses, and their new setting. Follow a route that will also show you monuments and new buildings of Ołowianka and the Granary Island. This trip is also a unique and only opportunity to see up close specialist vessels, Gdansk port cranes that are the symbol of the city, and the internal quay of the Port of Gdansk.

Gdańsk: Sunset Cruise on a Historic Polish Boat

2. Gdańsk: Sunset Cruise on a Historic Polish Boat

Experience breathtaking views of the setting sun against the background of shipyard cranes. Discover Gdańsk from a water perspective onboard a replica of a Polish riverboat used for over 400 years. An intimate, wooden and spacious 12-seater boat will take you to places unavailable to large ships, and thanks to the low number of passengers, feel at ease and special. Start the cruise from the former areas of the Gdańsk Shipyard, which was unavailable to visitors for over 170 years. Next, go on a cruise on Motława - the center of the Old Town. See many tourist attractions, including the ruins of the Teutonic castle, water gates leading to the city, the famous wooden crane from the 15th century, charming old tenement houses and their new setting. Follow a route that will also show you monuments and new buildings of the Ołowianka Island and Granary Island. This trip is also a unique and only opportunity to see up close specialist vessels, Gdansk cranes.

Gdansk: Traditional Polish Food Private Tour

3. Gdansk: Traditional Polish Food Private Tour

Experience the culture of eating that has strong roots among Polish people on a private tour with a professional guide. Experience Polish culinary delights at carefully chosen local venues and see the highlights of the Old Town on a guided walking tour. Choose an option that best suits the needs of your group, including varying durations and tours in English, Norwegian, or Swedish. All tours include a private walking tour taking in St. Mary’s Church, Long Market, and Neptune’s Fountain among many others depending on the options chosen.  The 2.5-hour tour option allows you to sample a basic set of foods in 2 places, including different kinds of dumplings, Polish meats, and other specialists. You’ll also have 1 soft drink followed by cake and coffee or tea at a patisserie while also having a brief guided tour of the Old Town.   On the 3.5-hour option, you’ll taste even more traditional Polish foods at 3 venues. The menu includes the basic options as well as a traditional soup and a beer. During the tasting, your guide also will tell you about Polish traditions and customs.  To explore even further the culture of Poland, choose the special 5-hour option where you’ll have a combination of tasting not only food but also vodka or beer. Enjoy 8 kinds of beer or 8 kinds of vodka as you get to know the local history even better. Visit hidden locations down lovely narrow alleys and see remarkable buildings including the Golden Gate and Artus Court on an extended walking tour of Gdansk.

Gdansk Traditional Food Tour with Old Town Sightseeing

4. Gdansk Traditional Food Tour with Old Town Sightseeing

Explore the culinary culture of Poland while walking tour with sightseeing. Culture of eating has strong roots among Polish people and your professional guide will show you the best dishes from Polish cuisine. You will meet the guide near the first restaurant where the tour starts. In this top Polish restaurant we prepared for you a Polish cuisine in a nutshell with a great menu. You will have a chance to try Polish specials and as well dishes which are served only in Gdansk. During tasting up to 13 different kinds of dishes your guide will tell you about some Polish traditions and customs and what meals are related to which occasion. After delicious feast get a walk around fantastic heart of Gdansk, which are the Old Town and Main Town. Admire Gdansk’s highlights as Neptune’s Fountain, Basilica of St. Mary or Town Hall. While walking through narrow streets you will experience Medieval Times atmosphere. Also you will learn about Polish history, customs and legends. At the end of this tour you will visit also a lovely patisserie which is most recognizable in Poland. You will get a coffee and two fantastic desserts to have sweet memories of this trip.

From Gdansk/Sopot/Gdynia: Private 6-Hour Malbork Castle Tour

5. From Gdansk/Sopot/Gdynia: Private 6-Hour Malbork Castle Tour

Visit Malbork Castle, one of the largest and best-preserved Gothic strongholds in the world, on a 6-hour excursion from Gdansk. The castle dates from the end of the 13th century, and was a seat of the Teutonic Knights Order. The giant fortress required nearly 5 million bricks to build, and was constructed in 3 sections. It is one of a very few strongholds in the world that were never captured in battle. Spend 3 hours touring the Grand Masters Palace and the Great Refectory, and see the many chambers and towers, and also medieval armor and weapons. Hear tales about brave knights and the battles fought between Poland and the Teutonic Order.

Gdańsk: Family-Friendly History Tour

6. Gdańsk: Family-Friendly History Tour

Embark on a voyage of discovery on a family-friendly walking tour of Gdańsk, and let your little explorers become amber prospectors at the Amber Court Museum! Make history fun as you follow a guide who will set your children tasks and introduce them to many exciting adventures. Let them take control of the model ships and yachts at the People's Ship Ports, and scramble up 400 stairs for a view of Gdańsk from the top of St. Mary's Tower.  Learn all about the toys that helped shape Gdańsk between 1920 and 1980, and take part in many other thrilling experiences and activities. Along the way, hear more about the city's historical architecture, what it was like to live here in the Middle Ages, and how contemporary life continues to inform its history.   

From Usedom: Kid-Friendly Day Tour of Międzyzdroje

7. From Usedom: Kid-Friendly Day Tour of Międzyzdroje

Start your exciting and kid-friendly trip to the Polish coastline with a stop in Międzyzdroje where you can take in the high cliffs, white sand, and breaking waves. Get ready to see exotic fish swimming overhead at the Oceanarium where you can also discover colorful fish species from wild coral reefs, sharks, and stingrays. Kids will love the hands-on exhibitions where they can touch, play and learn about the marine world. Next, explore Międzyzdroje with a local guide and learn all about the legends of pirates from the area and its historical background. Walk along the 400-meter long Międzyzdroje Pier, cross the Alley of Fame and meet famous artists. Take a look at the most important sights in Poland like the Malbork Castle and Pomeranian Dukes’ Castle, walk around the miniature coastline and visit neighboring countries at the Baltic Miniature Park.

Malbork Castle 5-Hour Private Tour

8. Malbork Castle 5-Hour Private Tour

The Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. A symbol of power and tradition, it is the largest Gothic brick castle in Europe. Visit this masterpiece of defense and residential architecture and explore the interior, including its interesting exhibitions. The 5-hour tour includes private transportation from your hotel in Gdansk or Sopot, with free time to explore the castle in Malbork and the surrounding area and return transportation. The driver is English-speaking and will help with buying tickets at the castle and organizing a castle guide.

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What people are saying about Pomerania Province

Fantastic experience! Szymon is a great instructor - open, helpful and has a good way of transferring the necessary knowledge. Also funny! I was the only one that day so I paddled on a single kayak which I had never done before. As far as the tour goes, it was a fun route which included facts, stories, angry swans and a beautiful sunset. If you’re looking for a more active experience in the city then I highly recommend it!

Elwira was our wonderful guide. She was extremely knowledgeable and really kept our kids (ages 10, 8 and 5) engaged. Highly recommended.

Tour was a welcome change of scene and guide only goes at a pace you’re comfortable with. Recommend for sure.

Very knowledgeable. Also is personally helping Ukrainian women and children with her own funds

A super simple action on the water with a lot of information for little money.