Gdańsk

Practical Info

15 Jan 2020
Combining elements of medieval Poland and the hanseatic-era architecture of Prussia and Germany, Gdańsk is synonymous with the Baltic sea, maritime trade, World War II and the Solidarity anti-communist movement. Though it still sits a few places behind the touristic draws of Kraków, things are quickly changing and the city is increasingly humming with activity. Whether you are here to explore the cobbled streets of Gdańsk Old Town, enjoy world-class dining or taking a dip at the country's most popular beach locations, you’ll hardly be disappointed by all that the Tri-city has to offer! Needless to say, Gdańsk In Your Pocket is the best tool for discovering it. Within these webpages you’ll find information on everything there is to see and do in Poland’s capital, with honest, updated reviews on nightlife, restaurants, sightseeing, hotels, shopping, leisure activities, events and more.

We've got you covered for your visit, but on a more practical side, you may also want to get some background info on the city before arriving, right? From the history of the city, how to even get there, how to make your way around once there, and to the very ambitious task of learning some Polish phrases to help you get by with the locals, we'll help you. Beyond all this useful information, we go further with basic facts, figures and useful local information to help you get full clued up before you even set foot on Polish soil. Happy learning.

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