Things to do in Gdansk, Poland. Landmarks, attractions and places to go in Gdansk in 2024.

Poland / Gdansk

Gdańsk is a city in northern Poland, located on the Baltic coast.

It has a rich history dating back to the 10th century, and is known for its well-preserved Old Town, which features a mix of Gothic, Renaissance, and baroque architecture. The city was an important center of trade and commerce during the Middle Ages, and played a key role in the Solidarity movement, which helped bring about the end of communist rule in Poland. Today, Gdańsk is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, known for its beautiful beaches, historic landmarks, and lively cultural scene. Some of its most popular attractions include the Main Town Hall, St. Mary's Church, and the Great Crane, a symbol of the city's maritime heritage.
  1. Explore the Main Town Hall
  2. Walk along the Royal Way
  3. Visit the St. Mary's Church
  4. See the Great Crane
  5. Explore the European Solidarity Centre
  6. Visit the Artus Court
  7. Walk along Long Lane (Ulica Dluga)
  8. Visit the National Maritime Museum
  9. Explore the Old Town
  10. See the Green Gate (Brama Zielona)
  11. Visit the Museum of the Second World War
  12. Take a boat tour of the Motława River
  13. Walk along the pier in the Marina.

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