With its fascinating past, bustling waterfront and treasured amber produce, the port city of Gdańsk is a must-visit for lovers of history, politics and culture.
The city boasts a contribution to science too, home of the city’s famous son, Daniel Fahrenheit, the physicist and inventor who gave the world the first mercury thermometer.
From the rule of Teutonic Knights to the Kingdom of Prussia, and the first shots of World War II to the Soviet downfall, discover tales of this captivating Polish city on this insightful tour.
- Return flights from a selection of regional airports, plus hotel transfers
- Three nights in four-star accommodation inclusive of all taxes, with breakfast
- Soak up the history of the city with a guided walk from the Złota Brama, past the architecture along the Długi Targ, towards the famous Neptune’s Fountain and striking St Mary’s Basilica
- Enjoy an expert tour of the grand 14th-century Malbork Castle, one of the largest castles in the world, recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site
- The services of our experienced and insightful tour manager throughout
Subject to availability, single supplements may apply.
For more information or to book, please call 01283 742300 or click here.
Please note, price based on flying direct from London Luton in October 2020. Other airports and dates available, click here to view more.