We will begin our tour at the European Solidarity Centre, which is one of the most modern museums in Poland. There, you’ll have the opportunity to learn all there is to know about Gdansk’s recent history. Next, we will visit the Lenin gates which were famously climbed by Lech Walesa – the Nobel-prize winner and icon of the Solidarity movement. We will also make a stop at the Monument of the Fallen Shipyard Workers. Finally, we’ll explore less-visited areas of the shipyards, such as the docks and old warehouses, which are currently being repurposed and turned into modern clubs and galleries.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Europejskie Centrum SolidarnoSci, Gdansk, Pomerania Province, Northern PolandWe will visit together one of the most interesting museums in Poland. To you, the story of the struggle for free Poland and how the Poles coped in the uneasy times of communism.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Sala BHP, Gdansk, Pomerania Province, Northern PolandA unique place, a monument of history and a must-see on our route. At this point the leader of Solidarity, Lech Wałęsa, signed the Gdańsk Agreement with the contemporary authorities of the People's Republic of Poland.Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Gdansk Shipyard, Gdansk, Pomerania Province, Northern PolandWe will go through the former shipyard area to feel the atmosphere of the place. Today, the shipyard, although still functioning, is changing before our eyes. Trendy clubs, galleries and new entertainment centers are created here.Duration: 40 minutes