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Gdańsk from the water

Gdańsk is a place where it is impossible to get bored. With its direct access to the sea, the ccity offers a number of water attractions that are worth using. Especially in the summer. We can go for a beautiful cruise in the Gulf of Gdańsk and admire the site of the Gdańsk Shipyard. We can also feel like a pirate for a moment boarding the Leo Galleon. Kayak lovers will sure be interested in visiting Gdańsk from a somewhat different perspective. Are you an angling enthusiast? Face the Cod and feel a touch of adrenaline. It is enough to go to the Hel Peninsula and take a cutter cruise out to the sea to search for a real sea wolf. We can also find something for lovers of extreme sports. We have an offer for everyone. It is worth studying our proposals.

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Cruises with Żegluga Gdańska and Water Tram (3/6)

Żegluga Gdańska tram
Żegluga Gdańska tram
Fot. Gdańska Organizacja Turystyczna

Water trams are an ideal to get to Westerplatte and the National Sailing Centre in Górki Zachodnie by water in an easy and friendly way. On the way we can admire the beauty of the Gulf of Gdańsk, one of its kind. In the summer time daily we are offered such attractions while enjoying fresh air and the hot sun.
In order to revive the water ways in Gdańsk, the cruises to Westerplatte and the National Sailing Centre in Górki Zachodnie start at the marina in Żabi Kruk.
If you are looking for a longer cruise, you can use the services of Żegluga Gdańska whose ships go out of Gdańsk as well as from Gdynia and Sopot to Hel. There you can visit the seal aquarium which is absolutely worth seeing, particularly by children. This is also a tested way to avoid waiting in a traffic jam. The ships of Żegluga Gdańska also sail to Westerplatte and in the port of Gdynia.


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