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Travel and vacation in Gdansk, Poland

Here you will find general travel information, guides, “good to know” and facts as well as travel deals. See current weather, forecasts and exchange rates.

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About Gdansk

The City

Gdańsk, which is located on the Baltic sea, is the principle seaport of Poland. Many people have heard of the city because it was the birthplace of the Solidarity movement, which helped to end Communist rule in Eastern Europe.

Many people believe the city was founded in 997, though much of it had to be rebuilt after World War II as the war laid waste to over 90% of the downtown districts. Today, after 30 years of rebuilding from the war, Gdańsk is a city where the past, present, and future have melded together to form a warm, harmonious connection with locals and visitors alike.

You Can Spend Days in Old Town

Old Town Gdańsk is something that offers ambience, adventure, and opportunity. With the man cafes tucked into the side streets, you can experience culinary delights that are local, fresh, and inspiring. Explore St. Mary’s Church and then take some time to rest and feed the pigeons. Have some candy made for you to order as you watch. Grab a coffee or a beer based on your preferences and take an afternoon stroll along the river. Have your picture taken by the golden gate. It may have been rebuilt after World War II, but it still gives you the authentic experience you’ve come to expect from visiting an Old Town.

See Where World War II Began

Some have called the generation that fought in World War II the “Greatest Generation” because of the sacrifices that they were willing to make. A visit to Westerplatte will let you see where that terrible war began as the German army attacked Poland here. This monument was built in memory of the 209 defenders who held off over 3,500 German troops for a week until finally caving in. There is a barracks there that will let you see what life was like in those days, as well as several information stands in Polish and English that will give you a new perspective about what happened. This is definitely a touching experience you won’t want to miss.

See Where Communism Ended

Not only was Gdańsk influential in the beginning of World War II, but it was also influential in the fall of Communism. The Solidarity museum is a small enough museum that you can fit it into a day of sightseeing, but interesting enough that it will make your day. Best described as being depressing, but in a good way, you can see what the struggle was to cast off the walls of Communism from life in general. It really is a great place to understand the value of freedom and treasure what we all have.

Are You Ready to Visit Gdańsk?

Gdańsk is a city that speaks of history, some proud and forthright, while others dark and cruel. With modern amenities, you can relax the way you love to relax while still being able to experience history and local culture. Gdańsk has much to offer anyone and is a photographer’s delight, even if much of the city has been rebuilt within the last 60 years.

Why should people go to Gdańsk? Because the pride of the city will leave an indelible mark on your soul.

Where is Gdansk ?

Gdansk is in Northern part of Poland


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Getaway Weekend In Gdansk

If you’re hoping for a weekend in Gdansk that emphasizes cheap getaway, then it just makes sense to want to save as much on the airfare tickets as you possibly can. This is one of the great historical cities of Poland. From museums, to spots of spectacular scenic beauty, there is no question that Gdansk is a city that has a lot to offer visitors. Whether you’re planning to stay for a weekend, or if your trip is going to...

Eat and drink in Gdansk

The city has some good restaurants that offer all kinds of international food. There are also attractive cafes and bars. If you have knowledge of good places which is not listed, you can send the information on e-mail.

Find a good restaurant

If you should be hungry during your stay, well do not panic. You can find a good and cheap restaurant in a city restaurant search, have a look at the possibilities here.

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Everybody love to shop. But where to shop that is the question. You can have a look at shopping tips, ideas and suggestions at the shopping finder here

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Shopping in Gdansk

The city has a range of shops. The most popular shopping areas are in the city centre. The smaller streets have more unique shops and indoor markets. If you have knowledge of shopping ideas which is not listed, you can send the information on e-mail.

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Events in Gdansk

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Culture & sport in Gdansk

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+ Information about Gdansk and Poland

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Biggest City Poland

Facts about Poland, Biggest city What are the name of the biggest city Poland, and how big are city by population. Easy overview of the informations in the sortable table below. Please note that the informations comes from various sources,if you are using the informations professional you should get confirmation that the figures are actual. Last update august 2017

Emergency Numbers Poland, Police, Fire And Rescue

Landline or public phone 999 – Ambulance 998 – Fire Brigade 997 – Police 986 – Municipal Wardens Mobile phone 112 - all services Mountain rescue service (GOPR) + 48 601 100 300 Water rescue service (WOPR) +48 601 100 100 Emergency Tourist Helpline (open all-year 08:00-18:00 except Jun - Sep 08:00 - 20:00). +48 22 278 77 77 +48 608 599 999

Enter Poland, Documents, Visa & Passport

Since December 21, 2007, Poland is part of the Schengen Area, a zone without controls on internal borders which comprises of 28 countries. Third-country nationals may enter Poland if they are in possession of a valid travel document and a visa (if required). Council Regulation (EC) No 539/2001 includes the lists of third countries whose nationals must possess valid visas to cross external borders, and of countries whose nationals are exempt from this obligation. EU, EEA and Swiss citizens do not require a visa. Schengen...

Money Poland, Local Currency, Zloty

Money in Poland (notes and coins) Poland’s legal tender is called Złoty (PLN). 1 złoty = 100 groszy. Coins in circulation: PLN 1, 2 and 5 and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 groszy coins Notes in circulation: PLN 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 notes. To help the blind and partially-sighted, each Polish banknote carries a special mark – a distinctive embossed shape identifying the value of the bank note: PLN 10 - square PLN 20 - circle PLN 50 - diamond PLN 100 - plus sign PLN 200...

Poland Holidays

Poland Public Holidays See the calendars for national Poland holidays year by year. Find and just click on the year you for which you need more information about Poland holidays, and the calendar for the year will open. When is the non working days for the year. Public / national days, see the calendar for the country here.

Tip Poland, What Do You Tip For Good Service

Tipping is not obligatory, you can tip whoever you want to show that the service was good. The average tip is around 10% of the cheque.


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