Gdansk – the little Netherlands of the Baltic coast

Travel itinerary

1 day

Early morning departure from Klaipėda. Drive through Lithuania and Poland. Arrival at Griunwald – the Žalgiris battlefield, where on 15 July 1410, the Lithuanian and Polish armies led by Vytautas and Jogaila defeated the Teutonic Order. * Visit of the memorial exposition (monument to the victors of the battle, museum). Continue your journey to Malbork, the former Crusader capital. A guided tour of one of the largest and best-preserved examples of medieval defensive architecture – Malbork Castle, where Kęstutis was imprisoned. A walk through the castle, its courtyards, corridors, cellars, luxurious meeting rooms, dining rooms, and domestic quarters of the Order. Then it’s on to the resort of Sopot. See the “Kreivaj House”, a modern architectural structure built in 2003, and walk along the longest wooden pier in Europe. Overnight in a 3 hotel in Sopot.

Day 2

Breakfast. Depart for Gdansk, on the way visiting the 12th-century rococo Oliwa Cathedral, which has long been the burial place of the Eastern Pomeranian princes. The expressive white sculptures, such as the tomb of the Kosa family, and the Baroque pulpit will catch your eye. The cathedral’s most precious monument is the organ, considered the finest in Europe. It was built between 1763 and 1788 in the Rococo style and consists of 7,876 pipes of various diameters. Listen to the music of the “dancing” organ when you can. You continue your journey to the Hanseatic merchant city of Gdańsk, which is characterised by a wide range of architectural styles, including the Gothic Revival, the elegant Renaissance and the ornate Rococo. Sightseeing tour of the Old Town: the “Long Market Street”, the Gothic and Renaissance Town Hall, the Neptune Fountain, the luxurious Arthur’s House of the merchant fraternity, the Market Square, the Gothic *St. St. Mary’s Church, panoramic view of the city from the church’s *side; stroll along the bustling St. Mary’s Street, with its small jewellery shops, amber boutiques, and street cafes. “Bread” gate, “Mary” gate. Free time to stroll and admire the ancient merchants’ houses on the banks of the Motlava River and the panorama of the old port. Journey through Poland and Lithuania. Return to Klaipėda at night.


Excluded: medical insurance abroad, city tourist taxes, gratuities, lunches, dinners, personal and other expenses not mentioned, tickets for paid attractions.

Extra: for paid attractions have 140 PLN / adults, 120 PLN / children


Registration and information: / +370 679 02200
The program is flexible for groups.
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Tour operator UAB JND

Certificate No 16407 issued by the State Department of Tourism under the Ministry of Economy. Guarantee of Swedbank. No. 20-046812-GM.

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