Gdansk, located on the Baltic Sea coast, is the largest city in the Pomerania region of northern Poland. Together with Gdynia and Sopot, Gdansk forms a large metropolitan area called Tricity. Gdansk is over one thousand years old distinguished by its long and complicated history. It was a main port of the powerful Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and later the Kingdom of Prussia and the German Empire. After World War I Gdansk was proclaimed the 'Free city of Danzig' - a semi-autonomous city-state that existed between 1920 and 1939. After the end of World War II it returned again to Poland. Walking with our passionate local guide along the charming streets of Gdansk you will feel the unique atmosphere of this vibrant and cosmopolitan city. Our guide will show you all the tourist essentials, adding entertaining commentaries related to the places you pass. You will be able to admire the city's Main Town, Old Town, Long Market, Main Town Hall, Golden Gate, Highland Gate and the Motlawa river banks. During the tour we will enter the famous St Mary's Basilica and the Artus Court mansion. Excellent guide service guaranteed by "Poland by Locals" tourist guides' organization.