The elaborate Gothic castle complex in Malbork was built by the Teutonic Knights in the years 1274-1457. It is the largest medieval fortresses in the world. It was the seat of the masters of the Teutonic Order and the capital of the State of the Teutonic Knights. The castle has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.
Stutthof was the first Nazi concentration camp set up outside German borders in World War II, and the last camp to be liberated. Over 110,000 people from all over Europe were deported there and subjected to extreme labour conditions and murder.
Szymbark, located 38 kilometres away from Gdańsk features the ‘Upside Down House’ symbolizing the upset caused by communism. There are also traditional Kashubian village cottages and wooden huts inhabited by Poles who were imprisoned or exiled to Siberia, Here, one can admire the longest table in the world made from just one piece of wood.
Captivating Night tours
Be Enchanted by the Tri-city at night during an evening tour of most popular aracons throughout Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia. The tour combines visiting illuminated old town monuments and the best restaurants, bars and clubs in Sopot, also known as Poland’s nightlife capital!
Shop until you drop at the hottest spots in Gdansk: Riviera, the largest shopping centre in Northern Poland, Galeria Bałtycka, most convenient large mall in Gdansk and Fashion Designer Outlet - city's largest discount outlet with big name brands at knockdown prices.
Play at one of the Tri-city’s renowned Golf courses: Postołowo Golf Club, Sierra Golf Resort, Tokary Golf Club.