Gdansk Oliwa tour takes 4 hours. During this time you will have a chance to visit beautiful Oliwa and magnificent Gdansk Old Town.
Luckily Oliwa Cathedral wasn’t demolished during World War 2 and all altars and artworks from 17th and 18th century are still in their original places. Every year, thousands of tourists from Poland and abroad visit the longest temple in Poland (107 m.). The instrument was made by Jan Wulf from Orneta, is decorated with dozens figures of angels holding musical instruments.
The part of the trip is 20 minutes concert in Oliwa cathedral as well. During concerts and presentations we will see moving trumpets, flutes and spinning sun and stars. The organ consists of 7876 pipes. At the time of construction they were the largest instrument of this type in Europe.
Oliwa district is located 11 km north from Gdansk Old Town. That’s why we will drive from your hotel to get there in most convinient way.
Gdansk Old Town is one of the biggest Hansa cities with many medievial brick churches and merchant houses. During the Gdansk Oliwa tour it will take 1,5-2 hours by walk in Gdansk Old Town. You will see highlights of Gdansk including the Crane, St Mary’s church, Neptun Fountain, the Port and incredibly beautiful streets with amber jewerly. A walk in Gdansk Old Town will let you explore one of most fascinating cities in Northen Europe for many centuries.