Gdańsk, Poland

Gdansk: Fighting for Freedom Private Tour


Transfer to Westerplatte Peninsula guarding an entrance to the Gdansk harbour, a place where the WW II began and the Polish Military Transit Depot was fighting against 13 times more numerous enemies. The tour continues to the Gdansk Shipyard, the birthplace of Solidarity movement.


Stop by the Monument to Fallen Ship Workers (homage to dockyard workers who died in December 1970) and a famous gate to the shipyard. At the end of the tour, you will be taken back to your hotel. Should you wish to stay and explore the European Solidarity Centre at your own leisure, please ask your guide who will be able to help point you in the r...

It is included

  • Transport
  • Guide

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How to get there

  • Hotel exit:
    • To carry out this activity, the supplier will pick you up at your hotel.

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