While walking along the coast, you will become acquainted with the beauty of the Baltic’s golden beaches. You will see mobile sand dunes and visit seaside resorts. You will also be surprised by the cultural wealth of the region – the Kaszuby will enchant you with their folklore and the seaside cities with numerous valuable historic buildings. If you got tired, you can rest in a natural environment. Our sea is not the warmest, but it’s climate and iodine air help immunize against colds.
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Breakfast, departure to Slupsk via Goleniów (walk through the historic Old Town), Kamień Pomorski (visit to the oldest church in Western Pomerania – 12th century church of St. John the Baptist), Kolobrzeg (church of the Blessed Virgin Mary and a ride in… a tank!!!) and Darlowo (historic downtown and the Castle of the Pomeranian Dukes). Dinner and overnight stay in Slupsk.
Breakfast, trip to Leba – walk around the Slowinski National Park with its moving sand dunes (the World Biosphere Reserve). Some dunes are quite high – up to 30 meters. Then drive to lovely Kaszuby region – dinner and in a beautiful town Wdzydze Kiszewskie and visiting museum, which is the oldest one in Poland. The museum shows the traditional culture of the Kashubians in several wooden houses. Overnight stay.
Breakfast, sightseeing the most interesting places of the Kaszuby region – Ethnographic Park, Kartuzy, cultural centre of the Kashubians- Żukowo, megalithic burial tombs. Visiting the Table Porcelain Factory Lubiana to learn all the steps of manufacturing porcelain. In the afternoon, a trip to Gdansk. Dinner and overnight stay.
Breakfast, Gdansk city tour: St. Mary’s Church, City Hall, Gold and Green Gates, the Fountain of Neptune, Historic Crane, Long Street, 16th-century Oliwa Cathedral, the longest church in Poland – known for organs from 18th-century. This monumental basilica is a gorgeous compound of the Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo styles. During the summer the Baroque organ concerts are performed there.
In the afternoon a visit to Westerplatte (the place where Second World War started). Later, travel to Sopot, a famous seaside resort – walk along its famous pavement “Monciak”, Monte Cassino Heroes promenade, Crooked House and the longest pier in Poland. Return to Gdańsk. Dinner and overnight stay.
Breakfast, ride to Frombork– tour of cathedral and buildings within the city walls. Frombork is known as “The Jewel of Warmia” because of its many historical sites. The Museum of Copernicus in Frombork holds exhibitions related to the famous Polish astronomer. Later drive to Malbork where is the biggest castle in Poland. Visiting wonderful Teutonic Castle placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Then drive to Grudziadz. Dinner and overnight stay.
Breakfast, sightseeing of historical city Grudziadz – famous port granaries, city walls, a gothic church of St. Nicholas. Later free time.
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