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Introduction to Gdansk

Gdansk, Poland, literally rose from the ashes after it was decimated during WWII. Now it's considered one of Europe's premier port cities. If you'd like to wander through these age old streets, why not let Skyscanner help you plan your trip? The online search engine can find the cheapest hotel rates and book that well-priced airfare at the same time. Who wouldn't want to visit this Baltic gem?

Things to Do in Gdansk

Walk down Long Lane and you're following in the footsteps of people that lived during the Middle Ages. This famed street is flanked on one end by the Golden Gate and on the other by the Green Gate, both originally intended to keep out undesirables. The largely Dutch-inspired architecture houses quaint cafes, restaurants and boutique shops. Near the Green Gate you'll find the Long Market, a public square where locals and tourists gather. It's a great meeting place if someone in your party gets separated.

Visit the vintage Gdansk Lighthouse at noon and watch as the daily time ball drops. Built in 1893, it was restored in the early 21st century and is now a museum. Gdansk is famous for its amber, a fossilized resin created by coniferous trees in prehistoric times. Some pieces even have perfectly preserved insects, frozen in time. The Amber Museum tells the story of this orange coloured gem, a favourite for jewellery and decorative items.

Visit during the summer and head for the sandy beaches along the Gdansk coast, such as Brzezno and Jelitkowo. Lifeguards are on duty most days and food and drink is available from beachside concessionaires. Go for a swim. The water might be a little chillier than you're used to, but it's most invigorating.

Getting To and Around Gdansk

Named for a famed freedom fighter that became Poland's second President, Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport is roughly 15 kilometres from the centre of town. It's one of the busiest airports in Europe with two terminals and a host of services. If you're picking up a rental car, nine companies have desks near baggage claim. A taxi ride to downtown Gdansk will run about $25.00 CAD, excluding tip. The ZTM Gdansk bus line charges about $1.50 CAD for the same ride and is a viable option if you travel fairly light. Tickets are available at the Gdansk Airport bus stop. You'll need Polish Zlotys (the country currency) to get your ticket from the self-service machine.

Hotels in Gdansk

  • Many hotels are located along the Motlawa River, including the Hilton Gdansk and the Radisson Blue Hotel Gdansk. Both are well known brands and located close to Long Lane. The Hilton is right on the riverfront and is home to the High 5 Terrace Bar, offering panoramic views of the Motlawa. The façade may look vintage but the rooms and suites are modern and stylish. The Radisson Blue, also with a vintage exterior, is a five-star property with 134 contemporarily decorated rooms and suites. Both have restaurants onsite, fitness rooms, concierge services and free Wi-Fi.
  • The Stay Inn Hotel is in the heart of old town, next to the Basilica Mariacka Wniebowziecla and only three blocks from the riverfront. Guest rooms and common areas are filled with bright colours, giving this three-star hotel a vivid, fun atmosphere. The onsite Mono Kitchen, suitably colourful, is one of the local hot spots in town.
  • On the other side of the river is the Hotel Podewils, a boutique property created from an historic mansion. It still looks like that 18th century structure, complete with flower boxes on the window sills and an elaborate central façade. The vintage look continues into the 10 guest rooms, but with the modern options most travelers look for including Wi-Fi.