Amazing Gdansk – Walking Tour
Take on a relaxing 2-hour walking tour and explore charming corners of Gdansk, a city of captivating stories, intriguing monuments and a wealth of experiences. Learn about the mining history of the city as you explore local stalls where local stories, anecdotes, and exhibitions unfold at Mariacka Gdansk. Witness one of the largest brick churches in the world and gaze upon the fascinating landmark where storytelling is used to bring this monumental icon of Gdansk closer to you. Become familiar with history, culture, and Gdansk’s development over the years by visiting the Museum of Gdansk situated in a historic Franciscan monastery. Witness unique scenes at the heart of the city and pass by Neptune’s Fountain before ending the journey at the iconic Green Gate, the first example of Dutch Mannerism in Gdansk.
- Professional local tour guide
- Basilica of St. Mary Admission Fee
- Museum of Gdańsk Admission Fee
- Green Gate Admission Fee
Route & Duration
Gdańsk is the amber capital of Poland and you will see many stalls selling this curious mineral all over Tri-city.
Basilica of St. Mary
Mary's Basilica is believed to be the largest brick church in the world. The interior vault supports 37 windows, over 300 tombstones, and 31 chapels.
Museum of Gdańsk
The National Museum in Gdansk is located in a former Franciscan monastery, built in the late Gothic style in the first half of the 15th century.
A beautiful statue of the God of the Seas, considered on a par with the Crane as a symbol of Gdansk. The design of the figure is representing Neptune.
The Green Gate is the first example of Dutch Mannerism in Gdansk, a style that gave the city its characteristic beauty.
(Mariacka, 80-833 Gdańsk, Poland) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.