Gdansk, Poland

The City of Freedom

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Gdansk tours

Gdansk – The City of Freedom

Gdansk is the favorite of those who want to enjoy Poland and the seaside at the same time! The best choice if you want beaches and sea breeze. Gdansk has been always popular, and currently, it is our second most hot destination choice in the country. Why? What makes Gdańsk the best? Many, many things! The sea, the history, the fun – you can get it all in Gdansk. One of the most popular seaside cities in Poland and in Europe awaits you. Come and join us at the seaside capital of Poland.

Since its establishment in the 10th century, Gdansk is a city of freedom and commerce. Gdansk is a part of Trójmiasto or Tricity. Trojmiasto combines three cities – Gdansk, Sopot, Gdynia. Gdansk offers an exciting balance between exciting physical activities such as kayaking or yachting and more relaxing activities, such as sightseeing at various landmarks like the Old Town or visiting museums. Gdansk is also in the range of many interesting places to visit, the most well known being the Malbork Castle.

How does it work? What is door-to-door service?

MrShuttles specialty is perfect door-to-door service. What does door-to-door mean? It is simple -you can be picked up anywhere in the town, taken to your destination, and then dropped off at a place of your choice. The only rule is that it has to be within the Gdansk or Trojmiasto. It can be your hotel, another tour you want to take, a place you want to eat at. Choice is yours. We are open to changes in your plans. Just remember that it is best to inform us in advance so you won’t have to wait. We want to make your time in Gdansk fun and stress-less. Our all-inclusive door-to-door services also cover things like necessary tickets. They are included in the price of the service. You do not have to worry about getting them yourself. Our goal is to make sure that you don’t have to do boring and menial tasks such as looking for tickets or opening hours. You tell us what you want, and we help you get it. It is that simple.

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If you are traveling in a group, do not worry. Our services are group-friendly. We will take care of both you and your friends and family. We know the Gdansk well, so if you are looking for recommendations for child attractions, ask. We will help you find something just right for their age and interests.

Don’t know Polish? Want an English speaking guide when visiting Gdansk city?

Scared that you won’t be able to talk with your guide or driver? Fear not. All MrShuttle’s services are available in English. Our goal is to provide the best experience available, which is why we work with only the best English speaking guides and most experienced drivers of Gdansk. They will answer any questions you might have about Gdansk and will take you anywhere you want. Anything there is to be known about the Tricity will be yours to know and see. No details will escape you. This includes also tours available from Gdansk but not within the city itself. All historic and cultural contexts will be yours. You will explore and discover every secret of Gdansk with help from the native speakers of Polish.

Where to ask any questions about Gdansk tours?

On the fence about if a tour will satisfy you? The best way to make sure is to ask your fellow Travelers. TripAdvisor is one of the best places to look for reviews about trips and tours in Europe and in the world. You can find their reviews of our tours without any problem. We are quite proud of them! We also encourage you to leave yours, especially if there is anything that would make your stay better. As far as questions go, there are multiple ways for you to ask them. Emai, chat helpline, phoneline, are all available to you. Before calling, take a look at the FAQ section at the bottom of this page. Many of the most frequently asked questions can be found there. We also have a blog where we post various articles about the cities we work in. If you are looking for history, extended descriptions, advice or TOP lists of things to do and see, check out the blog.

Tours in Gdansk

Gdańsk is a fantastic choice for those who like to spend their day having fun. Some of the most popular ways to experience Gdansk include all sorts of water-related activities. Many people spend hours on the beach, but that is not the only way to enjoy the sea! Our Yachting Tour and Kayaking Tour are great choices for those who want to conquer the waters. There are also fun things to do on land, too! After a day full of adventure, relax by taking our Gdansk by Night Walking Tour. This evening tour will take you around the city and show you the most iconic places of Gdansk, such as the Church of St Mary on the St Mary Street, the Royal Route, Artus Court and more. The legendary Great Crane included! You might wonder why the tour is called by night – from experience we know that when the sun is up, most tourists prefer to enjoy the beach and sea. It can also get pretty hot! Gdansk By Night starts at 18:00. This way, you can discover the highlights of the city when they look most beautiful.

If all this adventuring and exploring has left you hungry, we have some great recommendations for you. Olivia Star Observation Premium Deck Tour offers you a fantastic way to end your day with the best dinner available in Tricity. From atop the best observation point in Gdansk, you will be able to enjoy a beautiful sunset. Best food, best sight and best service – Olivia Star got you covered.

Tours outside of Gdansk

Just a short trip away from Gdansk, you can explore Malbork Castle. One of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the castle is the largest in the world measured by land area! It is also the world’s biggest brick castle. As a site of the power of the Teutonic Order, there is a lot of fascinating history connected to it, and if you like knights and the medieval period, you will be thrilled! Make sure to take the Marlbork Castle Tour. All necessary tickets, transport and a guide in one all-inclusive package.

Stutthoff Concentration Camp is one of the monuments of World War II. First Death Camp to be established and the last death camp to be liberated by Allies, this grim place is a memorial of crimes against humanity committed by Nazi Germany. To make sure you can pay your respects and properly understand the meaning and history of Stutthoff, we prepared Stutthoff Concentration Camp Tour. It includes a guide and necessary tickets to visit the Stutthof Museum.

History of the Solidarity

Gdańsk was always a city of freedom, so it makes sense that the fall of the USSR and communism began there. The Solidarity Movement started a chain of events historically known as Autumn of Nations. The Revolutions of 1989 began in Poland and inspired other communist countries to fight for their freedom. It was thanks to Solidarity that Berlin Wall fell. If you want to learn the details of these world-changing events, take our Solidarity Tour. You will get to see where history was made, including the Solidarity headquarters and the shipyard that began it all.

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Bustling airport, very modern and spacious. Everywhere looks clean and well kept.

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Excellent value for money, the drivers were very polite and always on or before time needed.

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I highly recommend this company. The car for 6 people was waiting for us even before the scheduled time. The drivers were super nice and the car ( minibus) clean and comfortable. Good price too and you can pay in cash or credit card if you order via website.

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Excellent service....on time for everything.. would use again.

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FAQ

Here you can find answers for frequently asked questions.

You simply cannot miss the Neptune’s Fountain! We recommend taking the Royal Route, walking through the Long Lane and visiting the Long Market. These aren’t the only regal things about the city, though! Have you heard that Gdańsk is considered to be World’s Capital of Amber? See it for yourself at the Amber Museum! Take a look at the Motlawa River Embankment while you are at it. Museum of the Second World War and Westerplatte are highly recommended. Do not skip!

If you have money to burn, taxis are fast and on-demand. However, they will quickly deplete your pocket money, and many taxis still don’t like being paid with a credit or debit card. Still fast, and way smarter and economical is using public transport. Use Jakdojade to plan your routes and minimize your confusion. You can get to anywhere from anywhere using public transport, though it won’t always be super fast or convenient. If you enjoy physical activity and enjoy biking, there are many bike rental services available in Gdańsk. We personally love cycling, so this is our second most recommended option, tied with a water tram! While the water tram might not be the most convenient or fast, it is something you have to experience AT LEAST once when in the city. It is just so unique, fun, and relaxing! If you have figured out your plans for a day ahead, and know that you might need to travel long distances, consider arranging a ride with MrShuttle. This is especially convenient and useful when starting or ending your trip. If you want us to pick you up at your hotel and drop you somewhere in the city, or the other way around, just give us a call!

Surprisingly, none yet! Gdańsk is actively trying to change that, though. Since 1997, the City has been petitioning UNESCO to include its heritage sites in the World Heritage list. However, there IS a UNESCO World Heritage Site that you can visit when in Gdańsk. The biggest of surviving European castles, Marlbork Castle is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1997.

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