Arriving by sea, during a trip to Poland you can admire the coastline of the Bay of Gdansk and travel to the port of Gdynia, chosen by Costa as a docking point for our cruise to Northern Europe. The port of Gdynia, where we dock with our cruise, is part of the so-called area of the Triple Cities, along with the delightful Gdansk and Sopot, famous for the longest pier in Europe. Poland has long been a cultural crossroads between East and West, as evidenced by many hallmarks of Gdansk: considered the “maritime capital” of the country, the ancient city is still well preserved, between Gothic and Renaissance buildings, picturesque streets that seem to come straight out of a painting, long avenues and large squares, including the Royal Way and the Long Market Square. Just outside Gdansk, built at the end of the 1200s by order of the Teutonic Knights, Malbork Castle is well worth a visit, because it allows you to fully immerse yourself in that medieval atmosphere.

Unmissable shore excursions

Some of the most beautiful moments you can experience on a cruise.