Find Baltic Gold in Gdansk
Gdansk, the maritime Baltic city and amber capital of Poland is as old as the country itself. Today, Gdansk is a colourful and lively city with many cultural, political and historical places of interest, and a great base from with to explore beautiful northern Poland.
March - October 2019
Suggested itinerary by coach
Depart the UK.
Travel to either Dover (ferry) or Folkestone (Eurotunnel) for the crossing to Calais, then onto the Cologne area for an overnight stop before continuing next day towards Berlin for a further overnight stop. (615 miles).
Arrive in Gdansk.
Continue your journey east, crossing the border into Poland and on to Gdansk to your chosen hotel for 4 nights. (315 miles).
Gdansk and Sopot sightseeing.
Explore the highlights of Gdansk including the ‘Royal Route’, and along the waterfront, see the famous wooden crane and find ‘Baltic gold’ – amber – at one of the many stalls and galleries. Continue to the chic coastal resort of Sopot with its famous wooden pier. (20 miles).
Heaven and Hél.
Travel to Gdynia where you can take a boat cruise to Hél (July and August only). Enjoy some free time and wander around the fisherman’s houses in Hél. Return via Jurata, a popular and charming seaside resort on the peninsula. (70 miles).
A visit to the former Teutonic Castle, a UNESCO heritage site and a stunning example of gothic architecture. The Castle consists of three castles separated by multiple moats and towers, one housed inside the next in a ‘babushka’ effect. (80 miles).
Poland – Germany.
Retrace your steps through Germany for an overnight stop near Berlin. The journey continues with a final overnight stop in the Cologne area.
Return to the UK.
Travel to Calais for the return ferry or Eurotunnel crossing to the UK and journey home.
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