In the morning we will walk through the Old City, which is a business card of Gdansk. Pictures of Neptun’s fountain symbolize the city almost in every pamphlet. Numerous gates are still standing and remind about the glorious past of the city.
Gothic and Baroque churches don’t let to forget you are in the country of Pope John Paul II.
The Westerplate monument will bring us to the beginning of the WWII. The memorial in honor of children deported during the Holocaust.
The port and the legendary shipyards remind the 1980’ and the strong will of Poles to get rid of the communist chains. A huge monument in honor of 45 people who paid their lives to make a great push towards independence.
Out of the beaten path would be the visit to the street where Daniel Fahrenheit was born.
We will finish the touring day by driving through Sopot and Gdynia – the parts of the Tripolis, a lovely area on the Baltic Sea.