About us

We have been operating in the
sector of tourist services for over 30 years
and our long experience ensures that our guests
can relax in a nice and family atmosphere.

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Gdańsk is impressive, with its diverse gothic, renaissance and baroque architecture. The most important monuments, which should not be missed by any visitor, are located in the centre and the Old Town. The marvellous Royal  Route along the most representative streets - ul. Długa and Długi Targ - lead from the Gold to the Green Gate. The picturesqueness of ul. Mariacka makes it one of the most beautiful streets in Gdańsk. Amber jewellery makers and artists welcome visitors in their little shops and galleries located in the basements and on the ground floors and perrons of historic houses.  The richness of tradition and over 1000 years of the history of Gdańsk can also be found in its museums, churches and galleries. Those who like to relax at the seashore have at their disposal more than 20 kilometres of clean beaches and beautiful coastal nature. A network of bicycle paths makes it possible to cycle to the beautiful woods of the Tricity Park with its adjacent zoo located in one of Gdansk’s quarters – Oliwa. When you already are in this quarter, you should not miss its Cistercian part, with its historic park and cathedral. Only 15 kilometres from the centre, on Sobieszewo Island, you can enjoy the richness of nature.


Sopot is a well-known holiday resort and spa town. Some hold the opinion that if you have not been to Sopot in the summer you have no idea what holidays by the sea are like. Sopot is one of the cities of the highest living standard in Poland. Many tourists prefer its fresh air, historic architecture and peacefulness over the busy streets of Gdańsk. The city becomes the most popular towards the end of August when a famous song festival is held there. In the winter, the streets and the pier are rather empty of people, which only adds to their charm. The Sopot Pier is naturally the hallmark of the city. It was first built in 1827. The current construction was erected in 1928 and it is the longest wooden pier in Europe. On season, the access to the pier is paid. But who would not pay to go so far onto the sea on foot? At the entrance to the paid part of the pier, against additional payment, you can climb a lighthouse, which is also an observation tower.


Gdynia is a modern centre of maritime economy, international trade, education, including higher education, tourism and culture. It is often pointed at as an exemplary successful city of entrepreneurial, active and courageous people. Gdynia may be a tempting alternative especially for the enthusiasts of the pre-war architecture, as the oldest buildings in the city date back to the 20s and 30s. It draws tourists with numerous attractions, including two museum-ships: the sailing frigate Dar Pomorza and the destroyer Błyskawica. The enthusiasts of the underwater world are also encouraged to visit the Oceanographic Museum and Sea Aquarium of the Sea. 


The town and commune of Hel, picturesquely situated at the end of the famous Hel Peninsula is one of the most popular tourist places in Poland. Every year it attracts thousands of holiday-makers but thanks to the scheduled services of the water tram you can travel to the Tricity easily and quickly (in 60-70min), avoiding traffic jams. Hel is also much loved by cyclists, much willing to test the new comfortable bicycle path leading from Hel to Władysławowo. The Seal Sanctuary - it is housed in the Hel Marine Station of the University of Gdańsk, located almost at the end of the peninsula, between the military port and the fishing port. The seal sanctuary is popular with tourists, delighted to watch seals also in the underwater aquarium hall. Additional attraction includes watching seals being fed.


The lighthouse on Cape Rozewie has cutting edge apparatus: two panels, each consisting of 20 reflectors. It can send light as far as at the distance of 24 nautical miles (the equivalent of 48km). In the fog, the navigation is facilitated by a whistle (the so-called nautophone) sending a Morse code signal meaning “R” (like Rozewie). The complex of two lighthouses (one of which still operates) standing on Cape Rozewie is protected against the work of the sea by an 800 meter long concrete wall. The Rozewie lighthouse was made famous by writer Stefan Żeromski whose name it carries to this day.


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