I’m a certified guide (license no 1118/10) from 2010 speaking Polish, English and German.
As an experienced guide, I’ve guided individuals and groups, students, seniors, associations, hobby groups, representations for Europarliament, Poles and representatives of all countries of the world, of various religions and cultures.
I love to share the unique energy of the city, its unique history and the plans for the future, as this city never stops, and I only try to catch up with its ever changing dynamic.
The passion for this place and its history was instilled in me at secondary school, where I was attending the tourism school association, walking kilometers the length and breadth of Gdansk area and southern mountain parts of Poland. During studies I had a traineeship within the scope of the Leonardo da Vinci Program in Germany. Afterwards I’ve worked in Switzerland and Flemish part of Belgium. My working experience in those areas made me keenly aware of one truth: Gdansk is really beautiful! When I sit at the beer garden on the Piwna (Beer) street and I look at the tenements across the way, I feel this is my place.
Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia are all great cities on their own, we are lucky to have them all in one consolidated region along the Baltic Sea. History, culture, art, knowledge, business, nature and beautiful landscapes make the Tricity a wonderful destination in Poland.
Of course we can go on foot, but we can also take in the sights on bikes, kayaks, motor boat or segways! In the city center or the suburbs, on the beach, on the water or in the forest - I show Gdansk from every side. Traditionally but also unorthodoxly!
See you in Gdansk!