Gdańsk World War II Tour
Overview of the tour in Gdansk
The Westerplatte Peninsula is the place where the Second World War began on September 1, 1939. For the Poles it is a symbol of the heroic struggle of the Polish army, because it was here, where they fought in inferiority against the much more numerous and much better equipped German forces. .
The Nazis were so sure of victory that the newspaper on the morning of September 1 reported that Westerplatte had fallen into German hands. But the Polish soldiers were shot after 7 days.
After the visit to the Westerplatte peninsula we will go to the old town of Gdansk.
Here we will see the post office that was attacked after Westerplatte and learn about the heroic opposition of the Polish postal workers, who only surrendered when the Nazis used flamethrowers.
After their arrest, they were sentenced by the judges to death and executed. Afterward we will see other places in the historical center of Gdansk related to the Second World War.
A very interesting visit to a city that has gone down in history for being the place where the most atrocious war of the 20th century began.
This activity includes:
- High Gate
- Guía en español
High Gate. We will contact you to inform you how to recognize the guide.
Things to note
-To carry out the excursion we need a minimum number of 4 people in total. Individual reservations are accepted. In case of not covering the minimum number of 4 people, we will contact the clients in advance and we will propose an alternative date.
If it is not possible to change the date, the full price of the reservation will be refunded.
-Food (Not included)
Free Cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. Late cancellation or your non-arrival is not refundable.