Gdansk, located on the shores of the Baltic Sea, is one of the oldest cities in Poland, full of history and architectural gems. Its seaside location and rich culture make Gdansk a unique and unforgettable destination for any traveller. Read more

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Gdansk is a city full of contrasts, where old and new, traditional and modern meet. It is home to many cultural institutions, universities and scientific organisations. Its historic centre is made up of picturesque stone houses, narrow streets and majestic churches. The city is also home to some of the most important historical events of the 20th century, including the start of World War II and the Solidarity movement that led to the fall of communism in Poland.

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Długa Street (Ulica Długa)

One of the most beautiful and busiest streets in the city, lined with Baroque and Renaissance houses.

Long Market (Długi Targ)

This street is home to many historic buildings, including the Town Hall and Neptune's Fountain.

Gdansk Wharf

One of the largest wharves on the Baltic, it plays a key role in the city's history.

World War II Museum

This modern museum offers a fascinating look at World War II from a Polish perspective.

St. Mary's Church

One of the largest brick churches in the world, offering a spectacular view of the city from its tower.

European Solidarity Centre

A museum and cultural centre dedicated to the Solidarity movement and its role in the fight against communism.

Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre

A unique open-air theatre that hosts an international Shakespeare festival.


The peninsula where the Second World War began. Today it is the site of a memorial and museum.

Oliwa Zoo

The largest zoo in Poland, hosting a wide range of animals from all over the world.

Oliwa Cathedral

Historic cathedral known for its magnificent organ and beautiful gardens.

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In and around Gdansk

Malbork (42.85 km)

Embark on a journey to Malbork, home to the world's largest brick castle, an awe-inspiring medieval fortress whose towering walls and rich history tell tales of Teutonic knights, sieges, and grandeur from centuries past.

Czersk Castle (75.61 km)

Perched prominently above the Vistula River, Czersk Castle is a monumental testament to Poland's medieval history, with its ancient stone walls and towers narrating tales of knights, battles, and royal intrigues.

Grudziadz (96.54 km)

Along the Vistula River, Grudziądz is a lesser-known Polish gem with a rich history dating back over a millennium. This picturesque town combines ancient architecture with natural beauty, making it a must-visit destination off Poland's beaten path.

Gyongyos (96.54 km)

Nestled at the foot of the Mátra Mountains, Gyöngyös beckons travelers with its rich history, vibrant culture, and picturesque landscapes. As one of Hungary's oldest towns, it offers a tapestry of past eras interwoven with modern charm.

Bydgoszcz (143.17 km)

Bydgoszcz, situated on the Brda and Vistula rivers, is a city that seamlessly blends picturesque landscapes with significant cultural and industrial landmarks. Often referred to as the "Venice of Poland," its waterways and historic charm.

Toruń (148.76 km)

Discover the gothic grandeur of Toruń, a Polish gem renowned for its medieval charm, astronomical heritage, and the irresistible allure of gingerbread. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Toruń beckons with history, legends, and stunning architecture.

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