Hi, I might be visiting Gdansk this summer, and I heard they have ferries to Kaliningrad. My grandma went long ago, only for 2 hours, but IDK how this is possible. It's about 80 miles, so it would take at least half a day just to get there, so there's no way that's a day trip. Also, IDK when she went, but she said there were soldiers everywhere, and tourists were only allowed to walk on one street. Is that still the case? I heard the entire area is open now. Ferry sounds exciting, but I know it's gonna take a long time, and I don't want to spend the night. And I heard if you don't know anyone there, getting around can be really difficult, so I was wondering if there are any companies that just do day trips? I found a 6 day one, with Baltics and Beyond, that covers the entire region, plus Lithuania, but it doesn't list the prices, and it includes a flight to Gdansk, which we will not need. What about from Elblag or Frombork? It's halfway closer, so ferry services are probably faster. Also, we're American, so how do we go about geting VISAS? If it's too complicated then I'll just try to go to Lithuania.