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More About Gdansk

Gdansk, situated on the coast of the Baltic Sea, is the capital city of Pomeranian Voivodship.

Together with two other cities, Sopot and Gdynia, it forms a conurbation known as the Tricity with a total population of 750,000 (Gdansk itself has 456,000 inhabitants). While Gdynia serves mainly as a port and Sopot as a seaside resort, Gdansk is popular among visitors with its thousand-year history and impressive architecture.

Gdansk Old Town attracts almost as many people as that of Krakow or Warsaw. In the past the city enjoyed a high degree of autonomy, which together with its participation in Hanseatic League, led to great prosperity. During its Golden Age, the turnover of Gdansk was bigger than that of London's East India Company. Later periods in Gdansk’s history were complicated and sometimes even dramatic.

At present this maritime capital of Poland is an important cultural and academic centre. The economy is developing quickly and moving into new fields: the traditional shipping and amber trade is being joined by the petrochemical, electronic and telecommunication industries. The seaport and international airport make the city a significant transport hub.

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There’s a special atmosphere about Gdańsk, a unique look and feel that’s very different from that of other Polish cities. It could be something to do with its historic role as a port city, visited by and fought over by people from diverse nations. It’s definitely connected to its distinctive architecture, which is strongly influenced by its historic maritime connections. And the knowledge that its stunning centre was rebuilt from rubble after the devastation of WWII is breathtaking and inspiring.

Whatever the source of its appeal, visitors are always delighted by the grand, ele­gant buildings of the Main Town district, and charmed by its decorative narrow side streets with their cafés and amber shops. Popular maritime pleasures include cruising downriver on a pleasure boat, or sipping a beverage at a dockside beer garden while admiring the mix of medieval and Renaissance rooftops on the skyline.

Though it’s an old city with a tumultuous past, and the historic scars to prove it, 21st-century Gdańsk is a vibrant destination packed with diverse sights and entertainment options, and also makes a great base for journeys into the surrounding countryside.

Getting There and Back

  • Polferries operates ferry service between Gdansk and Nynäshamn, just south of Stockholm, Sweden. The trip takes 18 hours
  • Stena Line operates ferry service between Gdynia and Karlskrona, Sweden. The trip takes 12.5 hours.
  • Finnlines operates ferry service between Gdynia and Helsinki, Finland. The trip takes 21 hours.
Gdansk See & Do

The Old Town of Gdansk has been thoroughly restored after the destruction caused by World War II, leaving it once more with a beautiful city centre to wander around.

The streets of Ulica Dluga and Dlugi Targ are among the best for appreciating cultural heritage. The pedestrianised area around these streets is packed with fine architecture and significant old structures. Top sights to cover on a tour include the Golden Gate, the Town Hall and Artus Court. While walking through the streets, you’ll see plenty of impressive red-brick churches, including the largest church in Poland - St Mary’s Church.

On the waterfront you’ll also see the Gdansk Crane, built in the 15th century and at the time the largest in medieval in Europe (for loading and unloading the ships, of course). Across the river you can visit the Maritime Museum, featuring some interesting exhibits. You’ll also be able to board the Soldek cargo ship docked outside. More about the shipbuilding industry and more importantly the Solidarity movement that started the demise of Communism is featured in the very interesting Roads to Freedom exhibition, near the Gdansk shipyards.

If you’re in Gdansk in summertime, hop on a train for a 20-minute ride to nearby Sopot, Poland’s favourite beach resort town. Alternatively, a number of “Pirate-style” boats leave from the waterfont in Gdansk on boat-trips around the area - an ideal way to spend a half a day.


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