What’s worth seeing
Around there are restaurants, souvenir shops, and on the street, music bands play and the nursery is circling. In the 14th century, there was a gate leading to the city from the Motława waterfront.
The bronze statue of the king of the seas stood in front of the Artus Court in 1633. The sculpture, referring to ancient traditions, soon became one of the symbols of Gdańsk.
A historic meeting place for the Gdańsk elite. Here were the meetings of heads of merchant guilds and urban patricians, often richly instilled with beer.
Main Town Hall
The former building of the Main Town Hall, now the seat of the Gdańsk Museum. It is worth entering the tower, from where there is a spectacular view of Długi Targ and St. Mary’s church.
Długa Street and Długi Targ
Tourist center of the city. Promenade, where we can find both shops, cafes and restaurants, but also will meet organ grinders, conjurers, jugglers and buskers.
Despite the name, it is made of light stone. An ornate building from 1612 opens Długa Street – the most famous promenade in Gdańsk.
The Długie Pobrzeże Crane
It is a restored port crane from the mid-15th century. With this crane, a weight of two tons could be lifted to a height of 27 meters. Most often it was used to carry barrels of beer or wine.
We go through the Green Gate and turn left. We are located on the boulevard on the Motława River. It was the heart of the old port of Gdansk.
The Mariacka street
This is the real kingdom of amber. You can buy this valuable fossil resin bound in silver and gold, in rings, bracelets, pendants, brooches.
St. Mary's Church
It is one of the largest brick churches in the world, has a 155,000 cubic meters volume and a tower reaching 82 meters. St. Mary’s Church was being built for over 150 years, starting from 1343y.
National Maritime Museum
Four centers located on both sides of the Motława, at the height of Gdansk Crane. An excellent section of interactive games for children, allowing to understand the principles of sailing
II World War museum
It is a modern institution telling the history of war as the deadliest cataclysm of the 20th century, combining the Polish perspective with the experiences of other European nations.
Three crosses towering over the Shipyard Gate No. 2 is one of the symbols of Gdańsk. The Monument to the Poległych Stoczniowców, however, only occupies a fragment of the Solidarity Square. Next to it stands covered with rust-colored Kortenska steel building of the European Solidarity Center.
An interactive science museum that helps young people to understand physics, mathematics, history, biology and, above all, astronomy.
Energa Gdańsk stadium
A place that is a symbol of heroic resistance. It was here, at 4:45 on the first of September 1939, that World War II began.