Westerplatte – Monument and Museum of the II World War


At 4:45 a.m. on 1st of September 1939 the Second World War began. In spite of being overwhemingly by the Germans, air bombed and shelled by the battleship Schleswig-Holstein Polish soldiers withstood thirteen assaults.

There was an enclave in the area of ​​the Free City of Gdańsk, as well as the Military Transit Depot – Westerplatte, a monument and symbol before German aggression. Monument to the Defenders of the Coast, guardhouse, ruins and the historic battlefield on Westerplatte during World War II with a driver who will pick you up from the hotel / apartment and after ~ 2 hours drive to the indicated place.

If you speak English poorly, you can take part in this tour with a German, Spanish, Italian, Norwegian and Swedish translator with us for an additional fee.

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Number of people

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8