Private guide in Gdansk, guided tours in Gdansk, Poland
Top Attractions in GdanskLong Street and Long Market, The Hall of the Main City, Artus Court, Golden Gate, Golden House, St Mary's Church, St Nicholas Church, St John’s Church, St Catherine's Church, ZOO, Amber shops, Oliwa Cathedral, Oliwa Park, Uphagen house,
Currency: Zloty (PLN)
Information about Gdansk
The principal seaport of Poland, Gdansk is located on the coast of the Baltic Sea in a bustling metropolitan area known as the Tricity. In addition to its prominence in the shipping industry, Gdansk is also a popular tourist destination and the largest city in the Pomerania region of Poland.
Mild weather during summer months is just right for walking tours through Gdansk historical old town center. Visitors enjoy strolling along the Royal Road, the ancient avenue for the king’s promenade. Bounded on each end by intricately designed gates, Long Street aka the Royal Road is where you’ll see the main Town Hall. Enter Long Market and view the Golden House, Artus’ Court and Neptune’s Fountain.
There are also several historical churches in Gdansk, such as the 15th century St. Mary’s Basilica, the largest brick church in the world. Hans Memling’s famous painting, The Last Judgement, can be viewed in the National Museum.
Hello, dear friends! I work as a private guide in Poland for many years and it will be my pleasure to be the one to show you all the beauties and charm of my motherland. Travelling has always been my passion and since my early years I was trying to visit as many countries as possible. Without any doubt I am a fan of any kind of travelling irrespective of the destination.
Hello World. My name is Katherine, and I am proud to be a Gdansk born citizen. However as a daughter of a sea captain - I was brought up abroad; only to return to Poland just in time to witness the Solidarity movement. Convinced that Poland is one of the most beautiful places on earth, I became a Tour Manager as well as a Tour Guide. This enabled me to show the beauty and charm of this country to whoever wants to see it.
I love to guide combining a mixture of entertainment, making history come alive, interesting facts about the present society as well as fun anecdotes about everyday life. I design my excursions to avoid crowds with a focus on local culture, important historical sights and areas of special interest to the cruise passengers such as art, history, shopping or cui
I was employed in shipbuilding industry and after the collapsing of this branch in Poland I have to change my job. I tried various jobs and finally I passed the special courses as well as a guide trainig and I started my new profession as a guide and tour leader.
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When booking this 14 day cruise - the port of interest for me was Gdansk. It was where my parents were born, married and lived until World War II. For the first 40 years of my life I heard about the beautiful city, church, Zopot and the surrounding area. By contacting private guide and Andrew Falkowski, I was able to communicate with him, give hime the names of the streets as they were in German and now in Polish. I supplied him the addresses ahead of our trip and he made sure I got to stand in front of where my parents first lived when they got married. I was able to find the lot where my ...
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