Gdansk is the birthplace of the „Solidarity” („Solidarnosc”) movement. This gorgeous city on the Baltic coast is Poland’s principal seaport. Take a budget tour by train to discover the fascinating history if this Hanseatic city and see its best landmarks.
Main City area includes all the most important must-sees in Gdansk: the Coal Market (Targ Węglowy), the Museum of A... [ read more ]
Artus Court in Gdansk
A former meeting place of merchants and a centre of social life, whose hayday falls into the 16th and 17th century. Nowadays it hosts the Mu... [ read more ]
One of the symbols of Gdansk. Located in front of Artus Court, it is a popular meeting point. ... [ read more ]
Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
This medieval building is the largest brick church in the world!... [ read more ]
Oliwa Cathedral is famous for its old organes and 18th-century park with lakes and old exotic trees. Inside the Cathedral you can ... [ read more ]
This is partially self-guided tour which starts in Warsaw. Your train departs from Warszawa Centralna (Main Station) and you need to reach it from the hotel on your own (transfer by taxi is available at extra charge, see possible supplements below). After about 3,5-4-hour journey by train our local guide will meet you on the platform and take you for a 5-hour tour around Gdansk. Once the tour is finished, there is some free time to dine out. You will return to Warsaw by train around 23:00.
6:40 – 10:13
Journey to Gdansk by train
10:15 – 15:15
Guided tour in Gdansk
15:15 – 18:50
Free time (or extended tour with Sopot/Oliwa Cathedral/WWII museum, please ask in advance)
18:53 – 22:30
Journey back to Warsaw
The departure time is estimated and the order and timing may change, to be announced before the tour by email.
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Return railway tickets by fast train (2nd class)
Private 5-hour guided tour in Gdansk in English (other languages are possible if requested in advance)
Entrance fee to the Basilica of the Assumption and Artus Court
Free time in Gdansk
20EURper group for any other language than English in Gdansk (guided walking tour)
40EURper person for 1st class upgrade (both ways)
25EURper group for one way transfer from your hotel to Warsaw Central Railway Station
On special request we can prolong the guided tour in Gdansk to allow you to visit World War II museum or Oliwa Cathedral. You can also visit Sopot (a popular seaside resort). To be quoted separately.
guide in Gdansk: English by default, other languages available on request: Spanish, Italian, Russian, German, French
How to book the tour? The best way is to book it via our website. If you cannot do it for some reason send an us e-mail and we will contact you shortly, you can also call us at +48 604 704 685. We require full amount upfront.
Are train tickets included in the price? Yes, the tour price includes a return train ticket.
What entrance fees are included? The tour price includes entrance fee to to the Basilica of the Assumption and Artus Court.
What kind of payment method do you accept? Our preferred payment method is credit/debit card via our website.
Can the price be changed? Prices of the tours booked via our website are final.
What is the cancellation policy?
No refund will be provided for cancellations made less than 3 days in advance, or in case of no-show. A cancellation fee of 50% applies for cancellations made less than 6 days in advance. A cancellation fee of 30% applies for cancellations made 6 or more days in advance.
How many people maximum can join the tour? By standard, our groups are up to 8 people but bigger groups are also welcomed. If you are more than 8 people, we prepare an individual offer, please contact us.
Is it possible to do the tour alone? Yes, if you are just one person, we will gladly organize the tour for you.
Will I get voucher, railway tickets etc.? Before the tour we will send you railway tickets via email. Vouchers are not needed.
Do I have to print railway tickets? No, but we recommend that. Alternatively, you can show the ticket to the ticket inspector on your mobile device. Please mind that tickets are personal so you have to present your ID card or passport on request.
What to do if I miss my train? We buy tickets together with seat reservation online so they are valid for a specific connection. You cannot take the next train with the same ticket. If you miss your train, you have to buy new tickets at the ticket counter at your own cost.
Do you provide taxi transfers in Warsaw from the hotel to the railway station? Yes, we can provide transfer by taxi from your hotel to the railway station at extra 15EUR per single transfer.
I am staying closer to Warszawa Wschodnia (Warsaw East)/Warszawa Zachodnia (Warsaw West) station. Can I get on the train there? Sure. Please advise at the time of booking.
What time does my train depart from Warsaw? You take a morning train which departs at around 6-8 am from Warsaw Central Railway Station. You will be advised about the exact departure time as soon as we buy the train tickets.
How long is journey by train? Journey from Warsaw to Gdansk takes 3,5-4 hours one way.
My train is late. Will I miss the tour? Delays are beyond our control. In case of delay, the guide will be still waiting for you at the platform.
How long is the visit in Gdansk? Gdansk tour lasts 5 hours.