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Transfer to the 16th-century Oliwa Cathedral, the longest church in Poland. This monumental basilica is a gorgeous compound of the Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo styles. During the summer the Baroque organ concerts are performed there.
Dinner in a restaurant with a nice view to the sea and a freshly cought Baltic fish. That will give an opportunity to try the most popular – cod or flounder, that can be fried, boiled or grilled.
Breakfast. Visit in the Museum of Amber located in the Prison Tower, where the natural history of amber is presented. Museum presents a prominent role of amber in Gdansk culture.
Visit in Solidarity Museum. The Independent Self-governing Labour Union “Solidarity” was a historical phenomenon of resistance against the communism.
An evening visit in a local brewery (Brovarnia Gdansk). In the past Gdansk was famous for beer, as there were many types of beer brewed in countless breweries. Dinner with beer tasting.
An unique attraction – if you purchase a 10 liter wooden barrel of one of Brovarnia’s beers, a chosen person from the group will ceremoniously open it. Afterwards everyone can enjoy the taste of finest light lager, Schwarzbier (dark beer) or wheat beer. The opening of the barrel can be preceded by a 10 minutes long beer seminar.
Transfer to Gdynia and a stroll along the picturesque Orlowo Clif, which is compared even to the famous cliffs of Southern England. Walking through Orlowo pier.
Transfer to Kościuszko Square, where you can also admire the “Pomerania Gift” – the legendary Polish frigate which was constructed in 1909 (now a museum).
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