Day 1: March 8

  • Arrival at GDN Airport (15:50): Check into Radisson Blu Hotel.
  • Evening:
  • Explore the surroundings of the hotel and settle in.
  • Head to the Old Town for dinner. Try local dishes like pierogi (dumplings) or żurek (sour rye soup) at a traditional Polish restaurant.

Day 2: March 9

  • Morning:
  • Start your day with breakfast at the hotel.
  • Visit the Museum of the Second World War to gain insights into the city’s history.
  • Afternoon:
  • Explore the charming streets of the Old Town. Visit historic landmarks like St. Mary’s Church, Neptune Fountain, and the Main Town Hall.
  • Have lunch at one of the local restaurants offering traditional Polish cuisine.
  • Evening:
  • Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Long Market and Długi Targ, lined with colorful merchant houses.
  • Dinner at a restaurant in the Old Town or along the Motława River, enjoying the views.

Day 3: March 10

  • Morning:
  • Start with breakfast.
  • Take a guided tour of the Gdańsk Shipyard, where the Solidarity movement originated, to learn about its role in Polish history.
  • Afternoon:
  • Visit the European Solidarity Centre to delve deeper into the history of the Solidarity movement.
  • Have lunch at a nearby restaurant.
  • Evening:
  • Explore the modern side of Gdańsk by visiting the Museum of Contemporary Art or taking a walk through the Wrzeszcz district, known for its vibrant atmosphere and trendy cafes.
  • Dinner at a contemporary restaurant offering a fusion of Polish and international cuisines.

Day 4: March 11

  • Morning/Afternoon:
  • Check out from the hotel.
  • Depending on your interests and available time, you could visit Oliwa Park and the Oliwa Cathedral, known for its beautiful organ concerts.
  • Have lunch in the Oliwa district.
  • Evening:
  • Head back to the hotel to collect your belongings.
  • Depart for GDN Airport in time for your 22:45 return flight.