Gdańsk Travel Guide - useful tips and information

 

Nightlife in Gdansk


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It needs to be noted that ‘night’ is something you won’t really experience during a Gdansk summer. The sun doesn’t set until nearly 22:00 and it’s rising again just in time to light your stagger homeward. But the lack of a proper darkness hasn’t effected the nightlife one bit. The rhythm of Gdansk’s...

Eating out in Gdansk


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Gdansk has a good range of restaurants to choose from. Professional foodies are not yet toasting Poland as a mecca of haute cuisine, but given the Poles' creative bent, a renaissance in Polish cooking may not be as far off as it sounds. In terms of sheer variety and quality, your options have already increased a...

Prices in Gdansk


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Gdansk is the one of the most expensive city in Poland, but there isn't as expensive as Warsaw or Krakow. What is more, comparing to other European big cities it is still quiet cheap. If you are staying in Gdansk for a longer time then we recommend doing shopping in one of the big supermarkets which offer best...

Time zone & holidays & opening hours in Gdansk


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There are several national and church holidays in Poland: 1st January – New Year Easter Sunday & Monday – variable date 1st May – Labour Day 3rd May – Constitution Day Corpus Christi – variable date in June 15th August – Assumption of the Holy Mother of God 1st November – All Saints Day 11th November...

Police and safety


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If you take the usual precautions against pickpockets, you will feel perfectly safe wandering around in Gdansk. Gdansk seems very well organized from a tourist's point of view. There are frequent police patrols and visitors usually get the feeling of Gdansk being a secure and tourist-friendly city. Don't walk...

Weather/when to come to Gdansk


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Best time of the year to visit Gdansk is probably from May to September as there is a big chance of nice, warm and sunny weather in this period. During the summer however some occasional downpours happen but generally July is the warmest month.

Money exchanging/banks in Gdansk


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The currency unit in Poland is PLN called ZLOTY (zl) 1 PLN is into 100 GROSZ (gr). There are notes of 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 zloty and coins of 1,2 and 5 zloty and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 gr. There are many money exchange points in Gdansk which can be used by travelers. Our advise is to avoid any exchanges in banks...

Arriving to Gdansk by cruise ship


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The Gdansk port is a major international transportation hub situated in the central part of the southern Baltic coast, which ranks among Europe's fastest growing regions. According to the strategy of European Union the Port of Gdansk plays a significant role as a key link in the Trans-European Transport Corridor...

Arriving to Gdynia by cruise ship


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Cruise ships were moored at the Port of Gdynia 85 times last year, more than 125 thousand of visitors bringing on their boards. This year their number shall slightly decrease but it still impressive - nearly 60 spectacular cruise ships will call at the Port of Gdynia.

Arriving to Gdynia by ferry


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Port of Gdynia is the Polish seaport located on the western coast of Gdansk Bay Baltic Sea in Gdynia, near to Gdansk. Port of Gdynia was founded in 1926. In 2008 it was second in containers on the Baltic sea.

Arriving to Gdansk by ferry


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The Port of Gdansk is a seaport located on the southern coast of Gdansk Bay in the city of Gdansk, extending along the Vistula estuary Martwa Wisla (Dead Vistula), Port Channel and Kashubia Canal. It is one of the largest seaports on the Baltic Sea. The Port of Gdansk is divided into two parts, the Inner and...

Arriving to Gdansk by plane


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Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport is an international airport located 12 km west northwest of Gdansk, not far from the city centres of the Tricity metropolitan area: Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia. The airport is named after Lech Walesa, the former Polish president. On the outside wall of the terminal building one can see the...

Arriving to Gdansk by train


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The main railway station, Gdansk Glowny, is a beautiful historic building, although a rather confusing experience to non-Polish tourists. Information in languages other than Polish is almost non-existent.

Arriving to Gdansk by car


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If you plan to visit Gdansk by car, please remember about having you driving license and car’s registration documents with you. Foreign driving licenses are valid in Poland. Travelling on Polish roads is free, except just a few short ways. It is all because of lack of motorways, freeways and fast routes. The main...

Geography of Gdansk


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Gdansk is the Polish maritime capital with the population nearing half a million. It is a large centre of economic life, science, culture, and a popular tourist destination. Lying on the Bay of Gdansk and the southern cost of the Baltic Sea the city is a thousand years old. With its Hanseatic tradition, it has for...

History of Gdansk


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The area around the Vistula delta was inhabited by populations belonging to the various archaeological cultures of the Stone Age, Bronze Age, and Iron Age. Settlements existed in the area for several centuries BC. It is known that the Pomeranians migrated to the area, but it is sure they settled in neighboring...

The Gdansk New Port Lighthouse


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One of the most beautiful lighthouses of the Baltic Sea, this 90-feet-tall structure built in 1893 is the twin of the Cleveland, Ohio, Main Lighthouse (today no longer standing). Situated at the entrance of the harbour of Gdansk, the Nowy Port Lighthouse combined three distinct functions: that of a coastal...

Gift of Pomerania


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"Dar Pomorza" (Gift of Pomerania), called the White Frigate, has been associated with Gdynia since 1929. She was built in 1909 in the Blohm & Voss shipyard in Hamburg as a training ship for the German merchant maritime school. The frigate was given to the State Maritime School in Gdynia and became the second (after...

The Zuraw


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The oldest sources mentioning the Zuraw as wooden port crane equipment date from 1367. Its present look refers to the image of the middle of the 15th century. The first wooden crane totally burnt down as a result of the 1442 fire. A new crane was built in the years 1442-1444. The crane had a defence function. It...

S.S. “Soldek”


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"Soldek" is the first ocean-going vessel put into operation in the history of the Polish shipyard industry. She was designed by a team of Polish engineers under the leadership of Henryk Gieldzik and built in Gdansk Shipyard, established on 19 October 1947.

The Granaries


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The majority of granaries in Gdansk were destroyed as a result of war actions in 1945. The walls of three of them were preserved on Olowianka and after reconstruction in 1985 they became the main exhibition area for the Polish Maritime Museum.

Ethnographical Museum at the Abbatial Granary


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The present-day Ethnographical Museum was originally an Ethnographical Department within the structure of the Pomeranian Museum. Moved in 1979 to the Abbots' Palace in Gdansk-Oliwa, it became an independent division of the National Museum in Gdansk, to be moved again to its current premises in the...

The Gdansk Gallery of Photography


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Originally established by the Gdansk Artists' Association as the G.N. Gallery in 1977, the Gallery was later renamed the Gdansk Gallery of Photography, and has been a Division of the National Museum in Gdansk since 1995.

Green Gate


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The Renaissance Green Gate stands on the site of the most ancient gate in Gdansk, the Koga Gate. This gate was built to serve as the formal residence of Polish monarchs, but was only used for that purpose once in its history. There are four arched passages through this gate and there is a symbol over each: The...

Abbot's Palace in Oliwa – Modern Art Department


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The Abbot's Palace in Oliwa is a roccoco palace in Oliwa, a quarter of Gdansk. The first portion of the palace, the "Old Palace" was constructed in the 15th century. Later, in the first half of the sixteen hundreds a "New Palace" was added, which served as the residency of the then abbot of the Cistercians, Jan...

Historical Art Department


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The Gdansk National Museum’s Historical Art Department is housed in a post-monastery building which was originally used by the Franciscan Order. In 1556, the last Prussian curator Johann Rolaw handed the church and monastery over to the city authorities on condition that the building would be used “exclusively...

Tower Clock Museum


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This Branch of Gdansk History Museum is located in the tower of Saint Catherine’s Church in Gdansk. This is the oldest parish church in Gdansk, whose origins date back to the 12th century. The Museum collects and preserves tower clock mechanisms that are significant for this field of science. At the end of the...

Westerplatte Museum


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According to the decision of the Council of the League of Nations dated 1924, from 1926 the Westerplatte peninsula was transferred to Poland for the purposes of an ammunition and weapons reloading depot. The 88 strong force of Polish soldiers was responsible for ensuring the security of the warehouses and the...

Wisloujscie Fortress Museum


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A unique monument of the fortification works, Wisloujscie Fortress, is located in direct proximity to the Westerplatte peninsula. This was an important area from a strategic point of view, as the movement of ships entering and leaving Gdansk harbour could be controlled from this place. The former Gdansk harbour was...

Polish Post Museum in Gdansk


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The Post Office and Telecommunication Museum was opened in Wroclaw in 1956. At the time it was the only such facility in Poland, which collected exhibits related to the history of the post office and memorabilia related to the defence of the Polish Post Office in the Free City of Gdansk.

Amber Museum


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Amber is particularly associated with the Baltic region, specifically because of the abundance of deposits of this material in the area. Because of historical relations (The Western Prussia Natural Museum in the Green Gate existing before WWII) and primarily because of today’s activities, Gdansk claims the title...

Uphagen house


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Uphagen house is the only one in Poland and one of only a few 18th century merchant town houses in Europe open to visitors. Johann Uphagen purchased this town house in 1775.

Artus Court


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Artus Court is a complex of buildings forming a branch of the Gdansk Historical Museum, located within the Main City boundaries and forming a part of the representative city route called the Royal Route. Dlugi Targ located near the historical harbour on the Motlawa river forms part of the route.

The Main Town Hall


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The main headquarters of the Gdansk History Museum is a Gothic-Renaissance building, located at the corner of Dluga Street and Dlugi Targ, dominating the panorama of the Royal Route – the most representative route of the listed part of the city.

The Polish Baltic Frederic Chopin Philharmonic


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The Polish Baltic Frederic Chopin Philharmonic is the largest music institution in the northern Poland, visited not only by local music-lovers but also by people from all over Poland and all over the world. This is a place for the ones who desire to enjoy the art of the highest quality. The Philharmonic organizes...

The Baltic State Opera


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The Baltic State Opera is an opera company in Gdansk, which performs in the Baltic State Opera House. Originally, in 1949, it was organized as an Opera-Studio rather than as a full scale opera company. Due to the destruction of all theatres in Gdansk by the end of World War II, it made do with temporary facilities...

Good Girl Killer


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Good Girl Killer was founded at the beginning of 2005 by four polish artists: Magda Jedra, Zbigniew Zibi Bienkowski, Anna Steller and Grzegorz Welizarowicz. Their first project, Good Girl Killer performance, premiered in March 2005 in Poland, Gdansk.

Dada von Bzdulow Theatre


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Dada von Bzdulow Theatre was founded by Leszek Bzdyl – a director and a choreographer, and by Katarzyna Chmielewska – a dancer and a choreographer. On stage since 1993; an independent group of professional dancers and actors, which produces performances in cooperation with Polish and foreign cultural...

The Forest Theatre – Lesny Theatre


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The Forest Theatre is a summer stage situated in a forest of Wrzeszcz. The easiest way to get there is to go through an entrance from Jaskowa Dolina Street. It is a place of numerous events, concerts and festivals that are organized here from May to September.

Maybe Theatre Company


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The first, and for a long time the only, registered theatrical company in Poland presenting plays exclusively in English. The company was officially formed in 1992, after the success of the 1991 production of "A Tempest in a Spaceship", a musical based on Shakespeare's "The Tempest"'. This was the second play put...

Gdansk Shakespearean Theatre


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Gdansk Shakespeare Festival is an international theatre festival devoted to the idea of the Elizabethan theatre, and especially to the works of William Shakespeare. The event was first organized in 1993, on the initiative of Theatrum Gedanense Foundation, which had been created by prof. Jerzy Limon and Wladyslaw...

Znak Theatre


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From 1992 to 2000 the Znak Theater provided a meaningful artistic experience for underprivilaged and ill children. Since 2000, the theater has expanded its operations to include theater workshops, actor training courses, and open air spectacles as well as the origional acting camps for interested youth.

Miniatura City Theatre


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This ‘toy theater’ holds true to its tradition – started in 1947 by Olga, Irena, and Ewa Totwen under the name Latek Theater, it has amused audiences for over 50 years. Currently it is under the direction of one of the most famous Polish directors, Ali Bunsch.

Wybrzeze Theatre


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Gdansk hosts regular festivals of street theatre each year, where language is no barrier. Most of the performances here, however, are in the mother tongue, so unless you've triumphed over Polish grammar you may be a tad bewildered by what's going. Nevertheless, given modern dramas tendency towards minimalism and...

Helios


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Helios Movie Centre is a multiplex cinema operator in Poland. The first cinema was opened at 1993.

Cinema Neptun


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This is one of six movie theaters belonging to the Neptun-Film group in and around the Gdansk area.

Cinema Helikon


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Helikon Cinema is a movie theater belonging to the Neptun-Film group, which has 6 theaters in and around the Gdansk area.

Cinema City Krewetka


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Cinema City International is the largest multiplex cinema theatre operator in Central and Eastern Europe. Company is based in Israel. This modern network operates many cinemas across Poland including of course Gdansk.

Multikino


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Multikino is one of the biggest networks of cinemas in Poland. It belongs to Polish company ITI Group which also operates on media market.

Carillon Festival


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The Carillon Festival is a perfectly unique musical event in Poland, as Gdansk is the only Polish city to have these two precious instruments: carillon in Main City Town Hall and the concert bell set in St Catherine’s. The festival is another example of the city reviving its ancient traditions. Its programs are...

The Heineken Open`er Festival


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The Heineken Open'er Festival is the largest Polish open-air music and performing arts festival and definitely the most important music event in Gdynia - a city in the north of Poland at the Baltic Sea coast, next to Gdansk. It is a special place on the Polish map, where people from more than 30 countries are...

International Jazz Festival


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Three-day festival promoting all types of jazz. The greatest musician of this trend perform.

Stars Festival


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Holiday Stars Festival is a popular annual artistic event, which has been taking place in Gdansk since 2006. It attracts the polish celebrities of theatre, film, music, art and literature – in del’ arte festival formula. On this occasion the concerts, exhibitions, outdoor show and literary saloons are...

St. Dominic`s Fair


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Today, St. Dominic’s Fair is the largest trade and cultural outdoor event in Poland and one of the largest such events in Europe. The contemporary form of St Dominic’s Fair recalls the Medieval tradition of fun and trade. Every August, over 1000 merchants, artists, artisans and collectors put up their stalls in...

Shakespeare Festival


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Shakespeare Festival is an international periodic theatrical event, organised every year during the first week of August in Gdansk and the whole Tri-city. The festival’s history dates back to 1993 and the organisation of first Shakespeare Days in Gdansk, which were transformed into Shakespeare Festival in 1997,...

Jahmajka


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In Jahmajka Cafe you can taste over 80 kinds of tea (green, white, black, red, fruity, rooibos) and enjoy coffee from all over the world (Jamaica, Yemen, Brazil, Mexico, Africa, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras ...). You can also relax and taste some great wines like Georgian and Moldovan.

Come In & Chill Out


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Imagine that you discover a place where you can relax after work, really relax. When looking for a bar where you can have a good time, you chose a place where you can quietly enjoy the music, the service and the interior.

Kafe Delfin


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Located in old part of Gdansk Oliwa, Kafe Delfin offers coffee, home-made cakes and alcohols as well as good music. So far in Kafe Delfin performed among others Lonely Drifter Karen (Austria), Function (USA/Australia), The Family Elan (Scotland), Mount Eerie (USA), Heligoland (Canada).

Przystanek Piwna


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Przystanek Piwna Café (Beer Stop Café) is situated in beautiful Beer Street (Ulica Piwna) in the heritage Old Town of Gdansk. Only 1 minute walk from the famous Long Street (Ulica Dluga), also named Kings Tract , which runs into Long Market renown for it magnificent grand architecture.

Cafe del Arte


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In this Spanish café, you can drink coffee a la Spanish in 40 ways, surrounded by pieces of decorative art by both Spanish and Polish artists. Except the excellent coffee they offer also different kinds of tee and beer (including Spanish!), wine and original drinks… everybody can find something nice!

Cafe Ferber


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CafeFerber is a place, where tradition and innovation merge the heart of Old Town. It is an excellent place for dates, getting together with friends or business meetings. It gives you a chance to meet famous people.

Station Deluxe


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The best Station in 3city! cool cuisine music – a range of available choices high-octane beverages

Immersion


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What you will find there is a place where you can relax, enjoy a coffee or tea...or a glass of wine or beer and the best drinks in Sopot.. But it's much more than that...

Unique Club&Lounge


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Unique Club is a place created for the comfort of its guests. It offers a carefully selected menu, sublime and following global trends music and the rich client's service. On the weekends there are events hosted by the best club music stars. Unique Club is a palace where guest satisfaction is a priority task.

Club 70


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People Club70 is a place for people with fantasy, enjoying good time of dance rhythms. In Club70, you will meet people with a good attitude for life, people who want to make new friends. Just meet them!

Cream Sopot


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The club located just near the beach welcomes by its exquisite interiors combined with modern space arrangement. No doubt Cream Sopot has been top ranked among the most prestigious clubs in the Tricity. What makes its atmosphere so special are not only perfectly designed interiors but also carefully selected music...

U7 Gdańsk


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At the U7 Centre unforgettable emotions and great fun are guaranteed. The U7 Centre consists of two clubs where everything has been made especially for you.

U7 Gdynia


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At the U7 Centre unforgettable emotions and great fun are guaranteed. The U7 Centre sonsists of two clubs where everything has been made especially for you.

SPA Sentoza


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Sopot is located between Gdansk and Gdynia and is a health and spa tourist resort destination with traditions of spa reaching the beginnings of the 19th century. Sopot is a great place of rest and recreation, often called the summer capital of Poland.

Beauty Derm Institute Medical Day SPA


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Beauty Derm Institute is an unique combination of many years' experience in the field of cosmetology and aesthetic dermatology and the ancient Romans philosophy expressed by Latin phrase „Sanus Per Aquam”, which literally means „health through water” and is commonly known as it's acronym – SPA.

Villa Baltica Spa


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To make Your stay complete make sure to visit Spa in Villa Baltica and take advantage of its sophisticated treatments introducing relief to your body and soul. Professional personnel will help You to properly choose the proper treatments and shall surround You with utmost care.

Hotel Haffner Instytut Spa & Salon


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Most of us know that beauty is not a privilege but an opportunity which one needs to be able to use at the correct moment. A few minutes, a moment of pampering which, thanks to being a regular regime, bring visible results and significantly improve your beauty - this is the correct beauty care.

Sensual Beauty & Spa


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Our aim is to provide the highest standard of service. We are proud to have employed the best specialists. Professionals are difficult to find, but we managed to do it. Our special team of Cosmetologists, Spa Therapists, Manicurist and Chiropodist is available at your request. By making a reservation, you can be...

Beauty Clinic Spameed


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Besides traditional areas of Beauty Care this SPA do respond to a new holistic tendency and need of their clients to care more for maintaining positive energy and harmony between mind and body. Proper and systematic body care results in its health, youth and wellbeing.

Hotel SPA Faltom


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Hotel SPA FaltomThe SPA & Wellness Centre is one of the biggest in Poland - 2100 m2 area with 24 beauty rooms; It offers a wide range of SPA packages. Health and Beauty Clinic offers over 150 beauty treatments on the face and body. They perform botox procedures, micro-dermabrasion and intensive cellulite reduction...

Beauty Derm Spa & Wellness in Hotel Posejdon


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If you seek peace, relaxation and active recreation, Beauty Derm SPA & Wellness is a perfect place to be. Elegance and modern style with a touch of far east culture and philosophy makes an unique combination and will make you forget about everyday rush and allow you to achieve a state of body and soul harmony so...

Beauty Derm Spa & Wellness in Hotel Novotel Marina


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We are invited to newly-opened Beauty Derm SPA & Wellness in Hotel Novotel Marina. This SPA offers you a wide range of activities including swimming pool activities, Finnish saunas, gym and solarium. Under the vigilant eye of instructors the young ones as well as the adults can take the swimming lessons.

Open Spa Wellbeing Center


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If you want to look young and healthy and get most satisfaction of your life, visit OpenSpa Wellbeing Center. They offer wide variety of modern cosmetic treatments for face and body, massages and amazing spa rituals, skin care programmes, weight loss and anticellulite treatments.

The Sobieszewo Island


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The Sobieszewo Island (Sobieszewo) is a seaside district of Gdansk located at 15 km from the city centre. It is one of 3 islands located on the Polish coast and the only Polish island which was created by human effort. Moreover, since 1994, the Sobieszewo Island enjoys the status of an ecological island, which...

“Gdansk Fortress” Culture Park of City Fortifications


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The areas of the Grodzisko Fort are managed by a special municipal unit called:"Gdansk Fortress" Culture Park of City Fortifications. The Grodzisko Quarter is a small part of the centre of Gdansk, unique because of its history and an architectural shape which has remained almost unchanged for the last one hundred...

Zoo in Gdansk – Oliwa


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The idea to establish a zoological garden in Oliwa first appeared in late 1940s, and it was warmly supported by the citizens of Gdansk. The enthusiasm of people was so great that although the city's authorities were at first reluctant to support the project, the official permission to establish a zoological park...

The Oliwa Cathedral


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This Holy Trinity, Blessed Virgin Mary, and St Bernard's Church was first erected as a Cistercian shrine back in the 13th century. Reconstructed in 1350 after a great fire, it re-emerged in the Gothic style and has remained almost unaltered ever since. The Gothic interior was extremely damaged in the 1577 fire and...

Westerplatte


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Westerplatte is famous for the Battle of Westerplatte, which was the first clash between Polish and German forces during the Invasion of Poland and thus the first battle of the European theater of World War II.

Wisloujscie Fortress


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A unique monument of the fortification works, Wisloujscie Fortress, is located in direct proximity to the Westerplatte peninsula. This was an important area from a strategic point of view, as the movement of ships entering and leaving Gdansk harbour could be controlled from this place.

Gdansk New Port Lighthouse


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A lighthouse in New Port is one of the most beautiful lighthouses of Baltic Sea. It was commissioned in 1894, and it showed the entrance to Gdansk port till 1984. In its interiors, beautifully kept historical optic devices and exhibition “Gdansk lighthouses within years”.

The Kindertransport Monument


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The monument commemorates the transports of Jewish children from Germany and other territories occupied by Germany to the United Kingdom, whose government agreed to admit an unlimited number of children. By September 1, 1939, when the final transport arrived, over 10,000 children had been taken, including some 100...

The Cemetery of the Lost Cemeteries Monument


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The Cemetery of the Lost Cemeteries Monument commemorates the Gdansk necropolis which was destroyed by the war and due to the post-war ideology. A small strip of land near the Corpus Christi Church reminds us of the former citizens of Gdansk whose life and toil shaped the city's rich history.

Monument to the Defenders of the Coast


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An immense monument to the Defenders of the Coast commemorates the Polish soldiers who, in autumn of 1939, made a heroic effort to fight with the superior forces of Hitler's well-equipped army.

Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers


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Three majestic crosses with anchors - symbols of hope - have been erected to commemorate the bloody victims of the workers' strikes in December 1970. It stands 30 meters from the spot where the first three victims fell.

Koliba Regional Inn


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Koliba Regional Inn offers the best entertainment in Sopot. Its original highland-style interiors and the vicinity of the Sopot beach guarantee unforgettable experiences. They make sure everyone has a good time – great music and the taste of delicious food will stay in your memory forever.

Irena Guesthouse Restaurant


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The "Irena" Guesthouse is situated in the centre of Sopot, in the Chopina Street 36. It is a place, where you can find everything you need in a close distance. This hospitable guesthouse conducted in a family atmosphere is in a renewed villa with a restaurant attached and a pub arranged in old polish style.

Palowa Restaurant


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The oldest part of the City Hall, in which Palowa is now, included Merchant's room and The Small Scales. After the modernization of City Hall 1379-1381 there was a pile chamber that collected customs duty from each ship and goods entering and leaving the harbour.

Zhong Hua Hotel Restaurant


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Guests are invited to a particular adventure in tasting exquisite Far East cuisine. Should you find it difficult to make a choice, don't worry. Staff will surely pick the most suitable dish for you from the plentiful choice on the menu.

Petit Paris


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Petit Paris restaurant is one of the most unique places to eat out in Sopot. It is located in a stylish building only 150 m from the famous pier in Sopot and it attracts with its elegant, glamorous interior combined with a great menu and coastal climate.

Brovarnia Gdańsk - Restaurant Brewery


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Restaurant Brewery Brovarnia Gdansk is located in the historical granary by the Motława river in Gdańsk. The outstanding dishes we serve are all from Polish and International cuisine.

Amber Restaurant


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The Hotel takes great pride in its Amber Restaurant with a fireplace, a winter garden, and a summer terrace. The restaurant serves Polish and European cuisine. They particularly recommend delicious fish dishes representing different cooking techniques, which have won recognition during numerous cooking contests.

Wave Restaurant


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Marine style hotel restaurant, offering international and Polish cuisine food. All of dishes are prepared with unseen passion and involvement of the chefs. Open kitchen lets guests watch them working whereas the intimacy of Wine Cube allows meetings in calm atmosphere.

Restaurant La Fontaine


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Restaurant La Fontaine is located in the beautiful scenery of the Gdansk old buildings. The surrounding greenery, noise of the fontain falling down to music, will bring in nice atmosphere and make you break away from the hustle and bustle.

Tawerna Restaurant


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The „Tawerna” Restaurant is situated in the centre of the Old Town in Gdansk (on the Motlawa River). It is a traditional meeting place of sailors, merchants and politicians. Restaurant specializes in fish dishes. They also organize banquets and parties on special occasions.

Philharmonic Restaurant


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The location of the Philharmonic Restaurant is special for anyone who has ever seen it. Its marvellous neo-Gothic facade of red brick dates back to the end of the nineteenth century. The building, constructed in 1897-98 and developed until 1913, was initially a seat of the municipal power plant.

Czerwone Drzwi


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The Czerwone Drzwi Restaurant is situated in the heart of the Old Town of Gdańsk between St. Mary’s Basilica and the Armoury, in a charming street lined up with 17th century style houses with porches. The porch with the biggest granite spheres leads to the catchy door painted in red. Czerwone Drzwi means red...

Pod Lososiem


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The „Pod Lososiem” restaurant has hundred years of tradition. In 1598 Ambrose Vermollen, a Dutchman, estabished here an inn and a factory to manufacture licquers, amongst which the Gdańsk Golden water named Goldwasser was the most distinguished one. This tradition has been passed down, thus in the post-war...

The Gdanska Restaurant


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The Gdanska Restaurant is the only restaurant connected with the millennium of Gdansk. The Gdanska Restaurant is dedicated entirely to the city - its decor, arrangement and cousine. The restaurant's unquestionable attraction is its interior reminiscent of 17th-century Gdansk. On richly decorated walla of the...

S&A Jewellery Design


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S&A Jewellery Design have been active in the market of amber jewellery since 1992, being one of the most renowned companies in the jewellery business. This company organization includes a design office which maintains permanent supervision over technology and patterns.

The Old Workshop


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Workshop is modeled on the old XIX-century goldsmith's workshop of the interwar period. Outfitted with the old tools and furniture creates a unique atmosphere. It provides services for repair and renovation of old and new jewelry. There are executed on the spot, both commissioned and original projects with a...

Jantar


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Jantar company was established in 1978. They specialize in production of high quality jewelley with natural amber. Jantar company offer over a thousand different designs if cast jewellery as well as a large arrange of hand-made pieces. Their wide range of designs include both modern and traditional silver jewellery...

IKEA


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IKEA offers a wide range of well-designed, functional home furnishing products at prices so low that as many people as possible will be able to afford them. This is the idea at the heart of everything IKEA does, from product development and purchases to how IKEA sell its products in IKEA stores globally.

Manhattan


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A huge eight floor mall placed on the main road between Gdansk and Sopot in the suburb of Wrzeszcz. Opened in 2004 you’ll find over 120 retail units, including Piotr i Pawel and he VNS restaurant.

Przymorze Gallery


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Opened at the end of March 2009, the 23,000m² Przymorze Gallery is the latest mall to hit the tri-city, with over 100 shops and 1,200 parking places.

Alfa Centrum


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Seventy shops squeezed into 15,550m² of retail space. Operating since 2000 they double as an impressive entertainment complex with multiplex cinema and a climbing wall to their credit.

Fashion House Outlet Centre


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Fashion House Outlet Centre in Gdansk is the only Outlet Centre in Pomerania where world–famous fashion brands are available at significantly lower prices than normal. One does not have to wait for discounts in the sales of the downtown stores – at Fashion House Outlet Centre they are available every day. These...

Cepelia


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Cepelia company pursues its business activities within the area of warehousing and retailing popular art pieces and folk and artistic handicraft wares. 60 Cepelia stores and 11 stores run by Cepelia cooperatives operate on the territory of Poland offering fabrics, ceramics, sculptures, paintings, wickerwork...

Madison Shopping Gallery


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The Madison Shopping Gallery is an unusual place in the heart of Gdansk. Perfectly located, at the edge of the Old Town, the Gallery lies in the tract that cannot be missed by every tourist who wants impressions and attractions.

Baltic Gallery


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Galeria Baltycka is the biggest fashion centre not only in Tri-City but also in the entire Pomerania region. There are 200 shops and boutiques, and even more fashionable brands - all under one roof in the centre of Wrzeszcz, the traditional shopping district of Gdansk. An attractive selection of shops, modern...
 
 
 

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