WW2 in Gdansk and Stutthof


1 day

39 €


The history of WWII is inseparably linked with Gdańsk. The biggest global military conflict began here on 1 September 1939 with the first shots fired in Westerplatte peninsula and in front of the Polish Post Office. The war ended for the city in March 1945 when it was almost completely razed by the Red Army soldiers. Physical extermination of the Polish and Jewish population began right on the 1st of September 1939. Its traces are the mass graves in surrounding forests and the first nazi concentration camp in Stutthof.


  • Morning:
    • 1 hour transfer by Bus to Stutthof concentration camp
    • Visit in the Stutthof Museum
    • Return to Gdansk
    • Lunch
  • Afternoon
    • Remains of WW2 in Gdansk Old Town
      • Victoria School
      • Polish post office building
      • Bunkers and ruins
    • Visit to Westerplatte peninsula – the place where WW2 began


  • Bus transport
  • Local guide
  • Entrance tickets
  • Lunch