The best of Tri-city in one day

Gdańsk is a very unique city, full of history, culture and a unique atmosphere. Bustling economy and new investments encourage people to visit it. The city is located along the Gdańsk Bay together with Sopot and Gdynia and has a special microclimate created by the surrounding forest and moraine hills. The Tri-city beaches are one of the few places in the world where you can find amber after storm.

Gdańsk – the largest and the oldest city with historical monuments. The writen history of the city dates back to the X c. The beautiful axis of Długa and Długi Targ streets are dressed in spectacular town houses.

We will see the 3 symbols of Gdańsk:

  • the port crane
  • the Naptun Fountain
  • The Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers

We leave the Main City and we travel to Oliwa, the old district of Gdańsk.

In today’s Oliwa Cathedral there are the most known organs. After listening to a 20-minute concert of the so-called „music of the heavenly spheres” their sound remains in the memory of the visitors for a long time. The organs from the XVIII c. are still used today during presentation, concerts and international festivals and masses.

Sopot the smallest city in the Tri-city with summer houses from the XIX and XXth c. spa city, is a health resort, the city of artists, and summer capital of Poland. There is the famoust promenade – Bohaterów Monte Cassino with Crooked House (Krzywy Domek). The symbol of the city is the wooden pier. Here you can feel the atmosphere of relaxation, and rest. In Sopot in the winter time you can ski and see the Baltic See at the same time. It is worth listening to the music concerts at the Forest Opera or feeling the excitement during horse races at the Hippodrome in Sopot.

Gdyniathe youngest city in the Tri-City. The port city, which was created in the interwwar period from the „sea and dreams” in 1926. Transatlantic ships sailed from the port. Characteristic and unique architecture of modernism gives the buildings rounded shapes. There are ship museums moored at the warf: the frigate „Dar Pomorza” and ORP „Błyskawica”. In the Emigration Museum  you can hear the story of „more than one trip” to distant corners of the world. The most known Openair Music Festival in Gdynia hosts many world-famous musicians and is attended by thousands music fans every year.

We will see

Gdańsk – historical city

  • The Royal Route (Długa Street, Long Market, The Neptun Fountain, The Main City Hall and the Artus’ Court),
  • St. Marry Street and Holy Spirit Street
  • The Crane
  • The Great Mill
  • The St. Catharine Church
  • The Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers
  • organ concert in the Oliwa Cathedral

Sopot – a health resort

  • the wooden pier
  • pedestrian street Heroes of Monte Cassino “Monciak”

Gdynia – a port city

  • Koścuiszko Square (Avenue of Passenger Ships, museums from outside: destroyer “ORP Błyskawica”, fregate „Dar Pomorza”, aquarium.
  • marina of Gdynia
  • some modernist architecture

About 7 to 8 hours

Walking and drive by car, bus or public transportations between cities and atractions

  • St. Marry Church
  • organ concert in Oliwa Cathedral
  • entrance to the pier in Sopot
  • ORP Błyskawica
  • Dar Pomorza
  • entrance to the Emigration Museum.
  • Due to scheduled lectures and meetings as well as unexpected decisions of Mayor of the City – the Arthus Court and the Main City Hall might be closed
  •  80% of the Old Town is unaccessible by car. The whole route along monuments in the Old Town is done on foot.
  • Churches in Poland are used temples, therefore we cannot always enter them due to preparations or religious ceremonies.