The three cities of Gdańsk, Gdynia, and Sopot lie so close and are so tightly connected to one another that they got to be known by the name of Tricity.
First we visit the beautiful cathedral in Oliwa (district of Gdańsk). Then we head to Gdynia, the harbor of Poland, for a walk along the wharf where the most famous Polish ships are anchored. Afterwards we move to Sopot, take a walk on the Sopot pier with a stunning view of the sea, and have a lunch break in this popular Polish seaside resort. Last but not least we go back to Gdańsk for a walk around the marvelous old town. You will see the remarkable Crane Gate, Golden Gate, Green Gate, the renaissance Artus Court and the gothic Town Hall. Then the Mariacka Street, dominated by the biggest brick church in the world – St. Mary’s Church. After that there will be time for a history lesson – the last stop is the Solidarity Center, where you will learn about the Solidarity movement and modern Polish history.
Throughout the tour you will be accompanied by a passionate and knowledgeable local guide. The price includes service of a guide and driver, entrance tickets to the Sopot pier and Solidarity Center in Gdańsk