Gdańsk is a city with more than a thousand years of history. It has been shaped by the influence of various cultures and played the role of a royal and hanseatic city.
One of the things which makes Gdańsk a special spot on the map of Poland is its unique atmosphere of a city closely united with the sea, beautiful and inspiring, with an international port visited for centuries by guests from throughout the world.
Gdańsk is a multicultural city, teeming with life and constantly enchanting with its architecture. Go for a walk through its charming streets, with hidden museums and galleries, and you will find amber shops, cosy cafes and elegant restaurants.
Places and sights that are worth a visit - it's only a few minutes walk:
- St Mary’s Church
- St Mary’s Street
- Długa Street
- Motława River
- The Great Crane
- European Solidarity Centre
- Polish Baltic Philharmonic
- The Amber Museum
Recommended events and happenings:
24.01.2018 - Gdańsk, Ergo Arena, The Lord of The Rings - The Fellowship of The Ring in Concert
31.01.2018 - Gdańsk, Ergo Arena, Swan Lake - Russian Classical Ballet
11.02.2018 - Gdańsk, Ergo Arena, Concert of Depeche Mode
14.02.2018 - Gdańsk, Ergo Arena, Georgian National Ballet "Sukhishvili"
28.02.2018 - Gdańsk, Polish Baltic Filharmonic, Concert of Arturo Sandoval
06.04.2018 - Gdańsk, Ergo Arena, The Kelly Family - We Got Love - Live
19-20.05.2018 - Gdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot, Museum Night
04-08.07.2018 - Gdynia, Lotnisko - Kosakowo, Open'er Festival
05-08.07.2018 - Gdańsk, Old Town, Baltic Sail
28.07-20.08.2018 - Gdańsk, Old Town, St. Dominic's Fair
05.08.2018 - Gdańsk, Ergo Arena, Concert of Roger Waters
23.09.2018 - Gdańsk, Stary Maneż, Concert of The Rasmus