Gdansk travel guide

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You're Going to Love Gdansk

The port city of Gdansk on Poland's Baltic sea coast is one of Europe's hidden gems. With it's bright medieval architecture, abundant natural beauty and affordable prices, thousands of tourists come to visit Gdansk every year.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Gdansk

What to do in Gdansk


When to Visit Gdansk

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The best time to visit the city is in the late Spring and Summer months between May and August, when the weather is mild and there are a plethora of outdoor concerts, festivals and cultural celebrations.

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How to Get to Gdansk

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Where to Stay in Gdansk

Celestin Residence is a medieval house situated in Old Town, with room prices starting at PLN200 a night.

Popular Neighborhoods in Gdansk

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Where to stay in popular areas of Gdansk

Most booked hotels in Gdansk

How to Get Around Gdansk

The Cost of Living in Gdansk

Shopping Streets

The Long Lane pedestrian street is popular among tourists for its bars, restaurants and small local shops selling traditional Polish crafts and souvenirs. Madison Shopping Gallery is the most central and popular mall.

Groceries and Other

Tesco and Piotr i Pawel are the two main supermarkets for food shopping. A dozen eggs costs PLN6.2.

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Where to Eat in Gdansk

Pierogarnia Mandu serves traditional dumplings among other local Polish dishes in the Oliwa district. Average meal prices cost between PLN20-PLN25.