Experience a unique boating holiday in Poland on the Vistula Werder and explore picturesque port towns. Well suited for beginners, and you can travel without a boat license.
Sailing south you will encounter the towns of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia, that are well worth visiting. In Gdansk you can explore the city and walk along the vibrant promenade before sailing towards more rural areas. The Vistula River Delta goes towards Elblag and from there, the river Nogat leads to Malbork. A popular destination in Malbork is St. Mary's castle, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. The Vistula bridge at Tczew is rather impressive and can be used as a turning point to travel north on the Vistula River. Back in Gdansk, the twin city of Nice, you can experience the northern seaside town again. There is the Green Gate, the long market and the Solidarity Monument to see. This city combines history with cosmopolitan culture.
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