See Gdansk from the windows of a historic tram
A historic tram, city guides and the biggest attractions in Gdansk along the route – the annual city attraction - the Tram Tour 2018 – starts on the first weekend of the summer. The historic tram, operated by the Gdanskie Autobusy i Tramwaje company (GAiT), will run twice a day, every Saturday and Sunday, until September 2. The route covers the European Solidarity Centre, the Energa Gdansk Stadium, the park and beach in Brzezno, the Baltic Opera House and the Great Avenue. All attractions will be presented by the PTTK (Polish Association of Tourism and Sightseeing) guides.
From June 23 to September 2, the historic tram, operated by GAiT will carry the residents of Gdansk and tourists on the route called Brama Wyzynna – Latarnia Morska w Nowym Porcie. The city guides on board the tram will talk about the parts of the city where most people were born and will reveal how many lime trees grow along the Great Avenue, how many amber polycarbonate tales were used to build the stadium, what replaced Lake Zaspa and where the highest stack in the city is.
Both trams will depart from Brama Wyzynna (direction Dworzec Glowny), twice a day at 11:20 AM and 1:05 PM. The passengers need to obtain special tickets that can be purchased from the driver before departure. The ticket prices: PLN 4.50 reduced, PLN 6 normal and PLN 15 family ticket. Free entrance for children under 4.
The holders of the Tourist Card can purchase a reduced ticket instead of a normal one. One ticket is valid on the following route: Brama Wyzynna – Latarnia Morska – Brama Wyzynna. The tours are organised by Gdanskie Autobusy i Tramwaje, PTTK Gdansk, Gdansk Tourism Organisation and the City of Gdansk.