Targ Rybny 1, 80–838 Gdansk, Poland
Directions to Hotel
Twoja przeglądarka nie obsługuje tego formatu video.
Gdansk, Poland: one of Poland’s oldest and most beautiful cities is located in the north of the country and situated on the coast of the Baltic Sea, Gdansk together with two other cities, Sopot and Gdynia, forms what is known as the Tri-city. Gdansk is rich in history including its famous seaport and the birthplace of the Solidarity movement in the 1980’s which played a major role in bringing an end to Soviet rule in Poland and helped precipitate the collapse of the Eastern Bloc, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Gdansk is popular among visitors with its thousand-year history and impressive architecture. Its Old Town with cobblestone streets, historic buildings, beautiful ornate churches, amber museum and shops, unique boutiques and many cafes and restaurants is a real treat and a must visit when visiting Gdansk. It is simply wonderful for strolling around and taking in the sights and listening to talented street musicians. A hotel stay in Old Town is the ultimate to be in the center of everything! Just 20 minutes northwest of Old Town is the “must see” historic Oliva Cathedral that dates back to the 13 th century. The Cathedral is best known for its massive pipe organ featuring 7,876 wood and tin pipes and decorated with movable angels and brightly painted stars. The charming seaside resort town of Sopot (just 20 minutes north on the coast) is known as the Polish Rivera. It is known for its beautiful beaches, the many beautiful resorts and of course the famous Sopot pier. The Pier was built in 1827 and at 511m, it's the longest pier in the Baltic region and the longest wooden pier in Europe. Just 10 minutes north of Sopot is the charming town of Gdynia. Gdynia, a wonderful seaside port town with a white sandy beach and beautiful forests abounds with history and museums; A perfect place to spend the day or a long afternoon.
Malbork Castle, also called the Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork, dates back to the 13 th century and is Poland’s most famous castle. It’s also the largest castle in the world, classified by surface area. Located just a short distance from Gdansk and easily accessible by train, Malbork Castle is one of the best day trips to take from Gdansk.
The cities of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia are a wonderful combination of history and relaxation and perfect for the traveller who wants to immerse themselves in history and enjoy a little rest and relaxation at the same time!! We know you will love your visit to Gdansk and its surrounding cities and places of interest.
Gdańsk is home to the Medical
University of Gdansk, University of Gdańsk, Gdańsk University of Technology, the National Museum, the Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre, the Museum of the Second World War, Polish Baltic Philharmonic and the European Solidarity Centre.
Getting there: Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport – a beautiful full service international airport located in Gdańsk