Plan your trip from Wroclaw to Gdansk

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sights you can visit along the way

Poland’s third largest city started as a small medieval village and experienced an industrial boom, but it's best known for its World War II ghetto. 
The Gothic-style brick facade never fails to transport visitors to a time of medieval lords and knights, fairy tales, and even ghosts.  
The deepest salt mine open to tourists in the world will take you 600m underground. 
The city that gave Copernicus his early education has centuries of history to explore. 
The Polish town of Torun survived the devastation of the Second World War and its medieval center is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
This late medieval castle was once the seat of military power. Today it’s a bastion of local culture and medieval history. 
You're booking a one way private car trip from Wroclaw to Gdansk with a local driver. Make it unforgettable with our
This trip takes 4 hours and 57 minutes and costs €349 in total for 2 passengers.