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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""
From EUR30.00

Most Viewed Restaurants in Gdansk

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La Pampa Restauracja

On our first night in Gdansk we didn't know what we want for dinner we just walk around and we'll see. After passing through few restaurants we seems not interested, we keep on going till we came to...
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Lookier Cafe

The location of this cafe/restaurant is on the main street of Gdansk where everyone is passing through. We have difficulties of choosing, as there were lines of place to eat and all has outdoor...
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Costa Coffee

There were three Costa Coffee shop in the city of Gdansk, I hope I'm right because I only seen three. I was looking for Starbucks, but can't find it in the city, my morning ritual during walk always...
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Kubicki

If you are visiting Gdansk take the opportunity eating in Kubicki. You'll be met by lovely live music, high level service and great culinary creativity of the chef. Polish national cuisine is very...
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Zagroda Rybacka

This is the best restaurant I know in Brzezno. Whenever I walked by, the neighboring restaurants would be empty, but this one would always be full. The first two times I came, I had beer and...
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Pizzeria Taormia

The restaraunt is located in a rundown building in Nowy Port. These buildings date from before World War 1, and haven't been renovated, so the building is ugly and rundown, but the interior is okay,...
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Retro Cafe

I had seen an advertisement in the Gdansk in your pocket-guide for Retro Café, where the cakes looked yummy and it said they were homemade. The café is situated near the hostel where I stayed and I...
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Costa by Coffee Heaven

One evening I needed something quick to eat and bought a chicken and mushroom toast, and to drink I bought a fruit drink with mango taste. It was 20.80 zloty (January 2014). The mushroom cream in the...
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Grycan Ice Cream Parlour

Grycan has ice cream parlours in many polish cities. They do not only sell ice cream but also cakes, fruit cocktails and coffees. Everything looked very yummy, but I only ordered a hot chocolate with...
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My Kebab

This is the only place I know in Gdansk where you can get some real Turkish food. The restaraunt is owned by a Turk, and the 2 cooks there are Turkish as well. I used to go to this place at least once...
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"Tekstylia" Cafe

I have nice memories from "Tekstylia" , which is more a cafe than a restaurant. Although, you can dine there. It's a spacious place, with an interesting interior in a style of prior fabric store....
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Pizzeria Restaurant Napoli

The Pizzeria Restaurant Napoli serves all sorts of Italian dishes. Their tasty Pizzas come in uncountable varieties and two sizes. The restaurant is on two levels and includes an outside area on busy...
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Bar Mleczny Neptun

In the communist era milk bars (Bar Mleczny) provided working class people with subsidised food. The tradition of these places seems to continue as you still find milk bars in most Polish towns.One of...
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Pierogarnia U Dzika

Pierogarnia U Dzika is a Polish restaurant which specialises in Pierogi. Pierogi are traditional Polish filled dumplings. The restaurant also serves other Polish dishes including chicken, tasty soups...
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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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matcrazy1

"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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