Gdańsk, a former Hanseatic city, is picturesquely situated on the banks of Motlawa River and is Poland’s largest metropolis at the Baltic Sea. The charming Old Town with its colourful houses, Neptune’s Fountain and glamorous amber galleries attracts visitors from all over the world. The undisputed landmark of the city is the big medieval crane at the famous Gdansk Shipyard where Solidarity freedom movements contributed to the collapse of communism in the Central Europe. Gdansk and the neighbouring cities of Gdynia and Sopot make this destination even more attractive for organizing unforgettable incentives, team building & corporate events.
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Gdansk is known for its amber, often called the “Gold of the Baltic Sea”. Enjoy a walking tour in the Old Town along the medieval Crane, Long Market, Artus Court, Neptune Fountain and the beautiful patrician houses. Get acquainted with amber’s history, see how to grind and polish it and visit the original amber factory. The tasting of famous “Goldwasser” cannot be missed out!Read more
Take a journey to the past! Follow in the footsteps of “Solidarność” and its founder Lech Walesa in the Gdansk Shipyard, nowadays the European Centre of Solidarity. Learn about life under Communism and how the fall of the “Iron Curtain” was initiated. And even have the opportunity to meet persons politically active in those times, before having an aperitif on the panoramic terrace.Read more
Skip the crowded streets and enjoy a kayak tour in Gdansk paddling along the Motlawa River and around the Granary and Olowianka Islands! Explore the city from an original and unique perspective and admire the most important highlights, the beautiful architecture and the shipyard from the water.
Discover the spots you could not reach while having a walk!
Enjoy a relaxing bike tour through the so-called Tri-City; from Gdansk via Gdynia to Sopot – the fashionable bathing and health resort, also called the “Rimini of the North”. Stroll along the famous, European longest wooden pier, which extends 512 metres into the Baltic Sea.
Have a cruise with lunch onboard by galleon-style ship back to Gdansk!
Engage in this true team building challenge. Provided with tools, instructions, special building materials and using your creative mind, teams assemble the wooden boat as quickly as possible. Name it, launch it and check if it floats! After mission complete, get an adrenaline kick during the RIB boat tour back to the city centre of Gdansk.Read more
Discover the largest brick building in Europe – the medieval castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork, outside Gdansk. Have a guided walk and explore the amazing interiors of this huge UNESCO World Heritage site. Admire the fascinating performance of knight battles, enjoy the medieval feast and discover the sound of Early Music.Read more