1. Gdansk: Hel Peninsula Private Guided Tour w/ Cruise or Car
Experience the Hel Peninsula, a unique place at the end and the beginning of Poland that people just fall in love with, with an expert guide and convenient pickup taking you straight to the peninsula. Along the way, see beautiful landscapes with meadows, windmills, pine forests, and the waters of Puck Bay. The beaches in Hel are known as the best in all of Poland and where the history of military times meet a strong culture of fishing. See old fortifications from WWII and interesting exhibitions at the Museum of Coastal Defence with real bunkers, cannons, tanks, and a multimedia show underground. See the breathtaking promenade at the beach and walk along Baltic Sea to the point where Poland begins. On the way, you can enter the lighthouse for a gorgeous view of the Baltic Sea horizon. Hel is a special place for seals as well. In the Sealarium you can see them during feeding time. At the end of the tour, walk around the biggest harbor on Puck Bay, admire nature and watch water activities like kitesurfing or windsurfing. There is also an option including a cruise by catamaran where you can depart at the harbor in Gdynia or be picked up by private transfer to enjoy a sea adventure on Gdansk Bay to get to the Hel Peninsula. On the way you can admire landscapes of both sides of the bay, water, and hear stories of the marine from your guide. The one-way cruise lasts around 1 hour and then you can start your trip in Hel with all the top attractions.