Poland, Gdansk Guide (B): A Day in Gdansk, Poland | Exploring Old Town
On the last week of 2016, I went to Gdansk, Poland to visit one of my best friends. It was a week long stay and I had an incredible time there. There is quite a lot to see in Gdansk, and I was honestly quite surprised as I thought that it was a bit smaller city. But that means more travelling for me, so not complaining. Anyways, I decided to cut my whole Gdansk trip into two posts, or maybe three, we will see how it goes. I decided to do that simply because I don’t want to spam you will a big amount of photos and lots of information. Less content but more quality is what I aim for. So, let’s start!
One thing that Gdansk is very famous for is its Old Town. It is bloody gorgeous and definitely surpassed all my expectations. The main square is full of colourful and beautifully decorated, painted houses that you just can’t pass without snapping a picture of two (read: at least 100 photos). In fact, the whole old town is full of this type of houses. I would give anything to live in such house! Gives vintage feels and vibes to me. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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