Gdańsk, the Baltic, and the Teutonic Knights
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Gdansk, the home of the Solidarity movement, once a member of the Hanseatic league, and the largest city of the Kaszubi ethnic group. Gdansk has certainly come a long way from its origins as a fishing village in the 9th century and it is the jewel of a region which ranges from the sand dunes of Slowinski National Park, to the ancient shores of the Vistula River, to the tranquility of the Zarnowieckie Lake.
Add the cruise down the River Wisla and past the Westerplatte (where Germany started its invasion of Poland), the scenic cycle between the forested dunes of the Hel Peninsula, the 13th century castle of Krokowa and the village of God_towo, the neolithic capital of the Kashubian people in Kartuzy, the Teutonic fortress town of Tczew and its historic bridge, and the magnificent UNESCO listed Malbork Castle and you're up for a week of amazing memories, unforgettable cycling, and remarkable sights.
- 7 Days
- Quiet Roads
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- USD 1321
Tour Distance & Dates
- 363 Km
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Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: Subject to availability
27 speed hybrid type bikes, 6 nights accommodation, breakfast and dinner, tour guides and local experts.
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