Visiting Gdansk: 18 Wonderful Things to Do

Visiting Gdansk: 18 Wonderful Things to Do, Gdansk, Poland (B)

Nestled on the Baltic Sea coast, this cute port town boasts rich and complicated history, plenty of exciting sights to see, and one of the mesmerizing museums, to name a few. Visiting Gdansk should be on anyone’s plans when planning a trip to Poland. Therefore, this ultimate guide to visiting Gdansk is packed with all the necessary information, the best things to do in Gdansk, and much more. 

Even though this post is based on my travels to Gdansk in winter, you can enjoy and experience most of the things listed here all year round. 

Located in northern Poland, Gdansk is the fourth-largest city. Together with the cities of Sopot and Gdynia, it forms a metropolitan area called Trojmiasto in Polish, or Tricity in English. 

Even though Gdansk is a coastal town, it doesn’t feel like it because the Baltic Sea coast is far away from the city. However, it still brings breeze and cold to Gdansk.

One of the main reasons for visiting Gdansk is that it was the ground zero of World War II. It is here where the first shots were fired. Therefore the city has plenty of exciting and unique sights to explore.  ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Visiting Gdansk: 18 Wonderful Things to Do
Guide Location: Poland » Gdansk
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Baia Dzagnidze
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Apartament Kameralny 11 na Starówce
  • Blue Mandarin Old Town
  • Dwór Uphagena ARCHE Hotel Gdańsk
  • Bi-Pi Hostel
  • Hotel Impresja
  • Radisson Hotel & Suites
  • Holiday Inn Gdansk
  • Dlugi Targ
  • Złota Brama (Golden Gate)
  • Town Hall
  • Neptune Fountain
  • Artus Court
  • Brama Zielona (Green Gate)
  • Katownia
  • Uphagen House
  • St. Mary’s Basilica
  • Green Bridge
  • Crane
  • Mariacka street
  • Galeria Wydra
  • Amberstyl
  • Salonik Pod Skrzydlatym Aniołem
  • Museum of the Polish Post Office
  • Museum of the Second World War
  • European Solidarity Centre
  • Bar Mleczny
  • Zaspa neighbourhood
  • Krzywy Domek
  • Ulica Bohaterów Monte Cassino
  • Jana Jerzego Haffnera
  • Weserplatte