SITES: Gdynia Railway Station, Local market, Mini Museum, Modernist Tenement Houses, Kościuszko Square, South Pier, City beach, Stone Hill (Kamienna Góra)
MEETING POINT: Gdynia city center
Gdynia seems to be similar to its bigger neighbor Gdansk. There are beaches, a port, a shipyard… even the name starts with the similiar sound. The biggest difference is Gdynia’s age. This may be surprising but Gdynia is not yet 100 years old. The port city of Gdynia was built in the interwar period to become the Polish dream, ‘a window onto the world’. After just several years, the little fishing settlement grew into a city of thousands inhabitants.
Let’s walk along streets with wonderful examples of modernism style buildings. Rounded walls and balconies will remind you the shape of ships in this harbour city. Nowadays, according to the statistics it’s the home to the happiest people in Poland. As its creators said Gdynia is “A City Made of Sea and Dreams”. Let’s visit the top secret Mini Museum which only few locals know!
At the end, we invite you for a coffee and sweet local specialties to our favorite, one of the most iconic cafes in the city. The unique style, creativity and sites that we like to keep as a surprise for those who come with us makes it perfect for first time visitors to our beautiful city, but also for repeated offenders looking for something more.
€45 / person
minimum 6 people in group
Larger groups welcome! Please contact us for special price.