Trip to Gdańsk - 7 days

Day 1: Arrival and City Introduction

  • Arrive in Gdańsk and check into your accommodation
  • Take a stroll through the city center and get a feel for the local culture
  • Visit the Gdańsk Tourist Information Center to pick up some maps and brochures
  • Head to the Long Market (Długi Targ) to see the city's famous Gothic architecture and enjoy some street food

Day 2: Historical Sites

  • Start the day with a visit to the European Solidarity Centre (ESC), which tells the story of the Solidarity movement
  • Next, head to the Gdańsk Shipyard, where you can learn about the city's maritime history
  • Visit the Westerplatte Peninsula, the site of the first clash between Polish and German forces in 1939
  • End the day with a visit to the Museum of the Second World War, which offers a comprehensive look at the war's impact on Poland

Day 3: Cultural Attractions

  • Spend the day exploring Gdańsk's cultural attractions
  • Start with a visit to the National Museum, which features a collection of Polish art and artifacts
  • Next, head to the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre, which hosts a variety of exhibitions and events
  • End the day with a visit to the Gdańsk Opera, where you can catch a performance of opera, ballet, or theater

National Museum in Gdańsk

Fine art showcase best known for its massive, 15th-century Last Judgment triptych by Hans Memling.

Poland

Prominent thoroughfare lined with restaurants, bars & shops, plus classic apartment buildings.

Day 4: Outdoor Activities

  • Take a day trip to the nearby Hel Peninsula, where you can enjoy some beautiful beaches and water sports
  • Visit the Hel Fortress, a 19th-century fortification that now serves as a museum
  • End the day with a visit to the Gdańsk Lighthouse, which offers stunning views of the city and the Baltic Sea

Poland

Prominent thoroughfare lined with restaurants, bars & shops, plus classic apartment buildings.

Day 5: Food and Drink

  • Spend the day exploring Gdańsk's culinary scene
  • Start with a visit to the Gdańsk Market Hall, where you can sample some local delicacies
  • Next, head to the Craft Beer Corner, where you can try some of the city's best craft beers
  • End the day with a visit to a traditional Polish restaurant, where you can try some local specialties like pierogi or bigos

Poland

Prominent thoroughfare lined with restaurants, bars & shops, plus classic apartment buildings.

Day 6: Day Trip to Malbork Castle

  • Take a day trip to the Malbork Castle, a stunning medieval castle that's a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Take a guided tour of the castle and learn about its history
  • End the day with a visit to the nearby town of Sztum, where you can try some local cuisine

Day 7: Departure

  • Spend the morning shopping for souvenirs or exploring any last-minute sights
  • Depart Gdańsk and head home
  • I hope this itinerary helps you plan your trip to Gdańsk! Enjoy your travels!

Poland

Prominent thoroughfare lined with restaurants, bars & shops, plus classic apartment buildings.

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