Panoramic view of the TriCity from the perspective of 130 meters above the ground.
Stunning view from 32nd floor!
Beautiful interiors connected to Gdansk history
Complimentary drink that you choose…
TRICITY LANDSCAPE PARK
PORT OF GDANSK
THE TOUR INCLUDES:
Hotel pick up and drop-off from your hotel in AC minivan with English speaking driver
2 hour entrance – skip the line ticket – to Olivia Star Top observation deck
Sunset view from observation deck
Duration approx. 3 hours
Entrance to Olivia Star Top at 6 pm
Shared tour in small groups.
Mondays, Wednesdays,Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Children below 15 years of age have to be accompanied by an adult to access the Observation Floor and cannot stay on the Observation Floor unattended. Caretakers are responsible for the actions and omissions of persons they take care of.
Everyone will be subjected to a personal inspection before entering the Observation Floor, in particular, in the forms listed below: a) can be asked to open the baggage to make the inspection of its contents possible, b) going through the access control gates, c) inspection with the use of a hand-held metal detector for safety reasons. In the course of the inspection, the Guests are obliged to comply with instructions issued by the Operator’s staff, e.g. can be asked to take off their hats, coat, metal parts of their outfit or other elements of the clothing that hinder the identification and inspection. The access to the OS Building and to the Observation Floor is controlled and monitored by a specialized entity providing area security services.
The Operator reserves the right to deny the access to the Observation Floor to individuals behaving in a manner that is aggressive, blatant or hostile to others, to individuals who pose a threat to themselves or to others, being under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other narcotic substances or failing to comply with this Regulations, or to make them leave the Observation Floor. No reimbursement of ticket costs is applicable in such a situation.
It is prohibited to bring materials considered dangerous, including easily flammable materials, glass bottles, pyrotechnical and other materials that can entail a risk to life or health or property damage. Bringing in and having weapons as understood in the Act of 21 May 1999 on weapons and ammunition (Journal of Laws of 2017, item 1839) is strictly prohibited in all parts of the OS Building. The rules regulating the bringing in of weapons to the OS Building by internal security services carrying out their duties pursuant to the Act of 22 August 1997 on the protection of people and property (Journal of Laws No. 114, item 740) were set out in separate provisions.
Bringing in animals to the OS Building is prohibited except for properly trained and specially labelled assistance dogs, in particular, guide dogs of the blind or partially sighted people and assistance dogs to reduced-mobility people, facilitating an active participation in the social life to such people.
25. The number of people simultaneously staying on the Observation Floor is limited to 300 people. 26. The Operator’s staff can suspend the entry of the Guests to the Observation Floor every time they consider it necessary for the correct and safe use of the Observation Floor including, in particular, in the event of a risk to the lives or health of the Guests. The Guests staying on the Observation Floor shall be requested to leave the OS Building in such a situation.