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From Warsaw: One Day Private Tour to Gdansk and Sopot

From Warsaw: One Day Private Tour to Gdansk and Sopot

From US$ 311.81 per person

Explore Gdansk, one of the most beautiful cities in Poland, known for its historical harbour and old town. Discover the charm of neighbouring Sopot which hosts the longest wooden pier in Europe.

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Covid-19 precautions
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Duration 12 hours
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Live tour guide
English
Pickup included
We pickup our customers from the places where they stay, e.g. hotels, hostels, apartments, and other locations in Warsaw city centre (please do remember to send the address/name of the place of pick-up). Our customers are requested to wait in a hotel lobby 5 minutes before the activity starts/scheduled times for being picked-up. You will recognise our guide/driver as they will have small, yellow board with red signs on it.
Wheelchair accessible
Private group

Experience

Highlights
  • Explore the famous old harbor of Gdansk and its city center
  • Wander around the charming resort town of Sopot
  • Discover the wonderful Polish seaside
Full description
Enjoy a full-day private tour to the Polish seaside destinations of Gdansk and Sopot. Be picked up from your hotel or residence by your guide and depart from Warsaw at around 07:00 AM by express train to Gdansk. Upon arrival, take the opportunity to explore the old harbour, including the famous Crane Gate. See other notable local landmarks including the Neptune Fountain, Artus Court, the Town Hall, the Great Arsenal, the Millennium Tree, St. Mary's Church with its astronomical clock, and many other beautiful sights of the city. You'll also be able to walk along Mariacka Street, famous for its charming terraces full of amber jewellery. After exploring Gdansk, journey onwards by car to Sopot, the smallest town of the tri-city metropolis. Despite having a population of only 40,000, over 2 million tourists visit every year. See the bustling Monciak Boulevard, wander amongst the Art Nouveau villas, and see the great attraction of Sopot - the famous 500 meter wooden pier. Return to Warsaw from Gdansk by train, arriving back in the Polish capital at 10:00 PM
Includes
  • Professional English speaking guides
  • Transportation by train and car/mini-bus
  • Entrance fees
  • Transfer from your hotel to the railway station in Warsaw
  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drink
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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  • Passport or ID card
  • Passport or ID card for children
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