TriCity Tour (Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot) - PRIVATE (8h)

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Experience the best of Gdansk, Gdynia, and Sopot with the TriCity Tour. This fully private sightseeing adventure invites you to explore the highlights of these three stunning destinations. Meet your guide at the hotel and embark on a journey through history and culture. Visit the Old Town of Gdansk, stroll along the charming Długa Street, and marvel at the Neptune Fountain. Discover the Oliwa Cathedral, home to the longest Cistercian church in the world. Explore the vibrant harbor of Gdynia and admire the historical ships, including the oldest preserved destroyer, ORP Blyskawica, and the famous sailing frigate, Dar Pomorza. Finally, experience the luxury of Sopot and stroll along the longest wooden pier in Europe. This tour promises an unforgettable day of exploration and discovery in the beautiful Tricity area.

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  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Not Included
  • 8 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Visit the Old Town of Gdansk
  • Walk along the longest wooden pier in Europe in Sopot
  • Explore the Gdynia harbor with historical ships
  • See the iconic Neptune's Fountain in Gdansk
  • Learn about the history and culture of TriCity
  • Private transportation
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Professional local guide
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Gratuities
  • Entry or admission fee (optional)

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The TriCity Tour (Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot) offers a fully private sightseeing experience that takes you through three charming cities along the Baltic coast of northern Poland. As an experienced traveler, ready to embark on a thrilling adventure, you'll be immersed in the rich history, stunning architecture, and picturesque landscapes of these unique destinations.

What to Expect?

Embark on a 480-minute journey that begins in Gdansk, where you'll explore the vibrant Old Town, its cobblestoned streets, and visit iconic landmarks such as the Golden Gate, Town Hall, and Neptune's Fountain. Discover the awe-inspiring St. Mary's Basilica and witness the intricate details of the largest brick church in the world. Don't forget to stroll along Dluga Street, marveling at the beautifully reconstructed historical buildings. Next, you'll venture to Gdynia's bustling harbor, where the historical ships, ORP Blyskawica and the famous sailing frigate Dar Pomorza, await your exploration. Dive into the rich maritime history at the Naval Museum and the Emigration Museum. Then, head to Sopot, a luxurious seaside resort renowned for its long wooden pier—Europe's longest. Breathe in the invigorating sea breeze and revel in the vibrant atmosphere of Plac Zdrojowy.

Who is This For?

The TriCity Tour is perfect for curious travelers who want to immerse themselves in the captivating history, architecture, and culture of three unique cities. Whether you're a history enthusiast, an architecture admirer, or a lover of breathtaking seascapes, this tour caters to a variety of tastes. Designed for curious individuals or groups, young or old, the tour aims to create an unforgettable experience for everyone.

Why Book This?

By booking the TriCity Tour, you'll unlock the unique opportunity to discover the hidden gems of Gdansk, Gdynia, and Sopot alongside an experienced guide. This fully private tour ensures exclusivity, allowing you to tailor the experience to your preferences. Immerse yourself in the local culture, learn fascinating history, and capture Instagram-worthy moments at every turn. From the magnificent St. Mary's Basilica to the captivating sea views from the pier in Sopot, this tour promises to leave you with everlasting memories.

Good to Know

As you embark on this tour, remember to wear comfortable shoes as you'll be exploring on foot. Don't forget to bring your camera to capture the stunning architecture and picturesque landscapes. The tour lasts approximately 8 hours, giving you ample time to soak up the history and atmosphere of each destination. After the tour, your knowledgeable guide will provide recommendations for further exploration, ensuring you make the most of your time in the TriCity area.


Travelers who have experienced the TriCity Tour have praised its personalized nature and knowledgeable guides. They were particularly impressed by the highlights of Gdansk's Old Town, the historical ships in Gdynia harbor, and the enchanting pier in Sopot. Visitors have consistently noted that this tour provides a comprehensive and unforgettable experience, offering a deeper understanding of the region's rich history and cultural significance. Whether you are a solo traveler, a couple, or a group of friends, the TriCity Tour is hailed as a must-do excursion for those seeking an immersive and captivating journey through the TriCity area.

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Your Itinerary


Gdansk is a city on the Baltic coast of northern Poland Gdańsk is the capital and largest city of the Pomeranian province and one of the most prominent cities within the cultural and geographical region of Kashubia. It is Poland's principal seaport and the centre of the country's fourth-largest metropolitan area together with Gdynia and Sopot, with a population approaching 1.4 million.

Old Town

The city's history is complex, with periods of Polish, Prussian and German rule, and periods of autonomy or self-rule as a free city state. In the early-modern age, Gdańsk was a royal city of Poland. It was considered the wealthiest and the largest city of Poland, before the 18th century rapid growth of Warsaw. In the late Middle Ages it was an important seaport and shipbuilding town and, in the 14th and 15th centuries, a member of the Hanseatic League. The area of Old Town is just a part of historic city centre, but still allows us to understand and appreciate the glory and importance of Gdansk as medieval city. A walk along cobblestoned streets and the historical waterfront is a chance to discover the city’s history and to see technological wonders of the 14th century.

Dluga Street (ul. Dluga)

Dluga and Dlugi Targ (its extension) Streets are also known as the Royal Route, since it was once the former path of processions for visiting Kings of Poland, and rank among the most beautiful streets in Gdansk. This charming pedestrian thoroughfare is surrounded by buildings reconstructed in historical style (primarily from 17th century) and flanked at both ends by elaborate city gates. It leaves from the Golden Gate and passes by the Town Hall, Neptune fountain and Arthur's Court, the former meeting place of the city’s merchants, now a branch of the Gdansk History Museum. The street finishes by the Green Gate overlooking the Motlawa River. This area was once inhabited by patricians, which is why the houses are richly ornamented with crests, allegoric figures and images of ancient heroes.

Neptune's Fountain (Fontanna Neptuna)

The Neptune Fountain has stood in front of the Artus Court since 1633 and is seen as a symbol of Gdansk. It was built on the initiative of Mayor Bartłomiej Schachmann, and the town council. The sculpture on which the fountain is based represents Neptune. It was designed by Abraham van den Blocke and cast in bronze in 1615 by Peter Husen and Johann Rogge in Augsburg. In the second half of the 18th century the fountain base was renovated in the rococo style and a large array of sea creatures were added. People say that tossing a coin into the fountain brings luck.

Basilica of St. Mary of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Gdańsk

St. Mary's Basilica - the Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is said to be the largest brick church in the world. Its construction took place in two stages, beginning in 1343 and ending in 1502. The church contains many important works of medieval and baroque art. These includes a stone Pietà (from approximately 1410), a copy of Hans Memling's The Last Judgement and an astronomical clock from the second half of the 15th century constructed by Hans Düringer over a period of 7 years. The church is 344 ft long, including the tower battlements, and the vaults soar 95 ft above floor level. The solid main tower is 255 ft high and crowned with a viewing gallery.


The Crane, built in the first half of the 15th century between the pylons of Brama Szeroka (the Wide Gate), became the city's symbol. In the Middle Ages it was the largest port crane in Europe, used for moving goods and raising ship masts. It was able to lift 4 tons to an altitude of 36 feet, and was powered by workers walking inside two tread wheels. The crane is currently part of the National Maritime Museum.

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Gdynia is a distinctive, special place. Constructed in the 1920s, it was the background of a freshly built modern harbor. To this day, the harbor area with its long promenade is the most characteristic part of the city. It is here that the historical ships are docked: the ORP Blyskawica, a 1930s destroyer, which is the oldest preserved ship of this class in the world, and the famous sailing frigate Dar Pomorza. The Naval Museum proudly shows the history of the Polish navy, The Emigration Museum located in the former Maritime Station showcases 200 years of Polish emigrations, from the 19th century to modern days while the Gdynia Aquarium allows you to discover fascinating secrets of underwater life.


Sopot is a luxury seaside resort town, a venue for mass events and a trendy shopping area. Its most recognizable symbol is its pier. Jutting out 560 yards into the sea, it is the longest wooden pier in Europe. At its end, the concentration of iodine is twice the amount recorded on the shoreline, which means that walks along the pier are good for health. More than a hundred vessels can be moored along the pier at any given time. Plac Zdrojowy, the town’s central square, is the extension of the pier on land. The light-house towering over the square offers a panoramic view of the area, while the nearby outdoor concert hall is alive with music all summer.



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Peter, our guide, was wonderful. He is a policeman who does tours as an aside from his regular job. He was knowledgeable and informative. He never overburdened us with more information than could handle. He was accommodating at every turn. We highly recommend him for a private tour.
Collected by Evendo, Tripadvisor & Viator
2024-05-25 23:57