Gdańsk, Sopot Gdynia, Hel Peninsula
Is it possible to see everything in one day in Gdansk? Of course not, but this trip is something to start with. On the trip we will move to the most important places in Gdansk history. We will start in the Old Town with a small walking tour to explore the richest and biggest city of Poland from XVI Century. Then we will go to Gdansk shipyard, where in 1980 the Solidarity movement was established. It became the biggest opposition to communist behind the iron curtain. Our next stop will be at Westerplatte Peninsula, where the Second World War had started in Europe. After that we will visit Oliwa and the cathedral there. It is famous for being one of the best organs in Europe, where we will listen to the concert. On our way back we will stop in one of Gdansk viewpoints to finish the trip with a beautiful memento.