Gdańsk

Gdańsk Tourist Information Centre

  ul. Długi Targ 28/29, Gdańsk ,   Old Town          (+48) 58 301 43 55     04 Sep 2019
An air-conditioned TI point on the main square set in one of only two examples of Rococo (the other being Pałac Opatów in Oliwa) in the city. Find audio guides in 4 languages, Gdańsk-Sopot-Gdynia-Plus Tourist cards, maps, leaflets and get help from the helpful, multi-lingual staff. Also at Gdańsk Airport (Arrivals Hall) and in the Galeria Handlowa Madison with summer points at Gdańsk Zoo and Sobieszewo Island.
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Open 09:00-17:00.
Also at: Gdańsk Airport (Arrivals Hall) open 24hrs.

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15.06.2018
Seppo Tihula
Turku
We had lovely trip in Gdansk on last week with bigger group. I was the leader of the trip. But I would like give feed back about some negative experience, so You can noted it for all visitors, and develop Your lovely city more safety. Here is two exp. -One lady of our group was blind. Our group walking on main street, so two young man try to steal her handback at the her shoulder. We was lucky, we noted it! It was really cowardly. -Secondly, our big group was on terrace for drinking. After that waiter try to charge us twice! When I noted that, we really give feed back to her. She didn't at least any apology!? Have a nice day...:)
05.09.2017
Editor Gdansk
Gdansk
The 24th December is the most important day in the Polish Christmas celebrations. That said most people will be in work that morning and will leave early to prepare the evening meal. This means that shopping malls and many bars and restaurants will begin closing in late afternoon. The first and second days of Christmas are also public holidays and most things will be closed and people return to work on the 28th. Years ago this would have meant everything would be closed but these days more and more restaurants, cafes, bars and smaller, privately owned stores stay open (by law the owner has to be on the premises). So there will be places to go and eat and drink - major shopping won''t be possible though.
30.08.2017
Ari Viherkoski
Finland
Hi, planning to come Gdansk vocation on christmas 24.-27.12.2017 can anybody say are stores open/closed or special things to do and see in surroundings within 100 km? Please give us piece of advice, what one could do in Gdansk in christmas-time?
19.12.2016
Editor_Poland
Gdansk
Thanks for the message. The city is not entirely wheelchair friendly and some of the central streets are cobbled. That said, most businesses such as hotels and restaurants have made greater efforts in recent years to make their premises more accessible and some of the new buses and trains are also more accessible. As I say though, it is not completely wheelchair friendly. We were asked for help with finding a wheelchair a few months back and we put the reader in touch with a company in the old town of Gdansk The company we contacted is called http://www.rehatrans.pl/ At the time they told us that they would provide a wheelchair to the hotel if you ask your hotel reception to contact them on this number. (+48) 506 551 932 I hope that helps.
19.12.2016
Robert
malta
To whom.it may concern We are coming to Gdansk next week and my wife has a broken foot. I need to know where I can rent a wheelchair from.please and if the transport system (buses and trains) are wheelchair accessible please? Thanks and regards Robert
19.03.2013
Baumbach

two years ago we stayed in your wonderfull town.Than we saw a sign that anounced a inline skate event Lech WAlesa.My question . was this a unique event or takes it part every year.? we would like very much to take part. Thanks
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