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Gdansk and Malbork 1 Day Tour from Warsaw
"A car will pick you up to begin your tour in Malbork a town in the Vistula delta founded by the Knights of the Teutonic Order. It is known for its medieval castle built in the 13th century as the Order’s headquarters. The castle is the biggest castle complex in Europe and is also the biggest brick construction in the history. Inside the complex you will see the Courtyard the Cloisters of the High Castle the Summer Refectory and the Palace of Grand Master. The complex is listed on UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.After visiting Malbork you choose a 2-hour guided tour around Gdansk or Sopot. In Gdansk you will visit the Old the Coal Market (Targ Węglowy). You will then go through the richly decorated Golden Gate and you enter the Long Market leading to the Green Gate. Look around to admire the Artus Court
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Private City Tour of Gdansk
"Admire the highlights of the old town. You'll be enchanted by the beautifully renovated 17 century houses where you can see famous Gdansk furniture. All magnificent buildings are overshadowed by the monumental Main Town Hall. Nearby on the Market Square you'll find the symbol of Gdańsk - Neptune Fountain and doves. Behind it is the beautiful Court of Artus and the New House of the Court with The Lady in the Oval Window and the amazing Golden House.You will not miss another great and of course - St. Mary's Church and a lane decorated with tarraces raingutters and ornaments considered to be one of the most beautiful streets in Europe.The tour will also include famous Solidarity Square the Grand Armoury or other places in the Main Town chosen by your party."""
From $180.00
 
Private Gdansk Royal Route Tour
"During this tour you will visit: Town Hall Artus Court St. Mary's Church Amber Museum Long Street Long Market Mariacka Street Naptune's Fountain Upland Gate Torture House """Walk along the Royal Route of Gdansk the path once accessible only to powerful monarchs and learn about the exciting history of the city!"title=Highlights&1=Soak+up+the+atmosphere+on+a+walking+tour&2=Private+guide+for+a+more+personalized+experience&3=Great+overview+and+orientation+of+the+city&4=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&5=Get+inside+tips+from+a+local&6=Family+friendly""
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Danzigers Don't Wear Shorts

You will quickly notice that people in Gdansk, don't wear shorts. Even when it's 90 degrees outside, they will wear leather jackets, jeans, and fancy shoes. This goes for girls too. The style of local...
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Amber Mining

Although it is illegal, many locals mine the surrounding forests' peat, for amber, which is fossilized tree resin, and is highly priced in the Baltic countries.The miners come out at night to avoid...
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St. Dominic's Fair, Opening Ceremony

Every year, for 3 weeks in summer, the city of Gdansk hosts the largest open air fair in Europe. Over the course of 23 days, more than 1,000 merchants take up residency in Gdansk, and the streets...
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Polish Money: Zloty

Although Poland joined the European Union (EU) on the 1st of May 2004, they don't have the Euro as currency. Poland's currency is still the Zloty. 1 Zloty is worth 100 Grosz. You can get your money...
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Public toilets

It is customary in Poland that ladies toilets show a circle or the words "dla pan", whereas gents toilets show a triangle or the words "dla panow". This can be quite confusing when only the signs are...
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Neptuno - Neptune

In the centre of Gdansk and from the sixteenth century, in the Long Market, there is a fountain with a bronze statue of Neptune the god of the sea , that represents the relationship that has always...
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Tradtional dishes and sweets

Soups :kartoflanka - potato soupczernina - duck blood soup There is a story behind this soup. IN the past if a suiter wants t propose to girl,and come to the girls house to ask for her hands.If this...
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Language Time

Hello: TchezhtGood Morning : jin dobryHow are you : yak shim mashGood; dobjehBye: TcheztHow much is it : ila to koshtooyeYes : takNo: niehOK : dobraWhere is : gijeh yestBus station: pshystanek Money :...
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City of peace or wars?

This writing in my picture is placed at the foot of the hill topped with the monolithic monument to heroic defenders of Westerplatte, that is at the place where the WWII broke out. It says "No more...
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Economy versus sentiment

There is bo better place than Gdansk to see that the politics and the economy has no time for sentiment. 50% of the area of the Gdansk shipyard which gained international fame when Solidarity was...
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Wind of changes

In 1990 the wind of changes and the market economy came to Poland. The unefficient Gdansk shipyard could not survive it without large reforms. Due to large fear of losing a job, the shipyard workers...
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Well signposted WC's.

I have never seen such well signposted WC's before. Normally you don't have the slightest idea where to find them, here you know on the meter how far they are!! 48 metres, or 30, from the post.Another...
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Polish beer

Poland is famous for a vodka-drinking tradition. Nevertheless, there are some popular Polish beers. One famous brewery is Zywiec which was founded in 1852 and nowadays owned by Heineken. Another well...
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Some saint things in common with Vilnius

Gdansk old part is full of Gothic - Lutheran churches. But...it is relict from past, from Prussia times, old massive Gothic churches and Lutheran religion. Now it is Catholics land, like all Poland.I...
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Top Hotels in Gdansk

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Ul. Jana Heweliusza 22, Gdansk, Baltic Coast, 80-890, Poland
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6 Tokarska Street, Gdansk, Baltic Coast, 80888, Poland
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ul Szafarnia 2, Gdansk, Baltic Coast, 80755, Poland
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Ul Pszenna 1, Gdansk, Baltic Coast, 80-749, Poland
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Podwale Grodzkie 9, Gdansk, Baltic Coast, 80895, Poland
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Bytowska 4, Gdansk, Baltic Coast, 80-328, Poland
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Top Things to Do in Gdansk

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Glowne Miasto (Main Town)

The Town Hall was probably built in the 14. century, the museum shows the representative room and the live in the time of the Freie Stadt Danzig between 1918 and 1939. Entrance fee is 10 Zloty, for 7...
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Room of Plenty

Room of Plenty is a museum of a forgotten traveller, Ludwig Plenty who supposedly lived in Gda?sk in the 1960s. The museum is in a form of a live escape game. When you enter inside with your group you...
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Bunkier Klubogaleria

A new and huge spot on the cultural map of the city. By day a pub serving meals, by night a club playing an eclectic variety of music. Four thoughtfully designed floors of an old bunker offer a...
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"Freedom, Solidarity and German heritage"
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Dagon

"Gdansk - the great city."
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HORSCHECK

"Gdansk - Capital of the Tri-city"
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Raimix

"Gdansk - German spirit port of Poland"
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"I LOVED GDANSK!"
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