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The old Prussian city of Danzig was a flourishing place in the Middle Ages. A strategic point in Poland - at the mouth of the Vistula where it empties into the Baltic Sea -, it was here that Europe slipped into the Second World War when Nazi troops attacked the town in September 1939. In the 80's, Gdansk rose to fame as the birthplace of the trade union movement Solidarnosc, active in the dockyards under the leadership of Lech Walesa. Reduced to rubble during the war, the city has been rebuilt in an attractive style reminiscent of Flanders.

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  • The Royal Way Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Dluga PL - Gdansk

    Linking the Upper Gate to the Green Gate and running perpendicular to the River Motlawa, this is the city's main artery, historically used by the kings of Poland as a processional way on their annual visits to Gdansk. Herlded by the "long street..

  • Golden House Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Dluga PL - Gdansk

    Two gables to the right of the Artus Court (n°41), the fine façade of this 1609 house is striking on account of its rich ornamentation, notably the twelve friezes created between 1609 and 1818 by Rostok artist Johann Voight, separated at each storey ..

  • Medieval Crane Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Ul. Szeroka 67-68 PL - Gdansk

    Originally used to unload cargoes, this wooden crane has a majestic silhouette. The largest medieval machine of its kind in Europe, it is today the symbol of Gdansk. Rebuilt in 1444 after a fire, it was enhanced in the 17C with the addition of an upp..

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Hotels Gdansk

  • Novotel Gdansk Centrum

    Ul. Pszenna 1 PL - 80-749 GDANSK

    Located on Granary Island in the city center, the 3-star Novotel Gdansk Centrum is the ideal base for business trips or family sightseeing in the Old Town. If you are visiting on business, choose our Executive Room with extra amenities. After an exci..

  • Gryfhotel Two stars Two stars

    Jana z Kolna 22/26 PL - 80-863 Gdańsk

    Prix Prices from : 150 PLN

    Located just 200 metres from Gdańsk Shipyard Museum, Gryfhotel offers spacious rooms with satellite TV and a private bathroom. In the morning guests can enjoy a varied breakfast buffet. Gryfhotel is situated 15 minutes’ walk from the Main Railway St..

  • Mercure Gdansk Stare Miasto

    Ul. Jana Heweliusza 22 PL - 80-890 GDANSK

    The Hotel Mercure Gdansk Stare Miasto is just a stone's throw away from the Old Town. This is the perfect choice for guests arriving by plane. The hotel has a shuttle transfer service which takes visitors to the airport. The airport City Terminal is..

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