How to spend top weekend in Gdansk - ideas on extraordinary attractions and sites

Green Gate, Gdansk Gdansk is a popular tourist city where it’s not so easy to find streets or places free from walking tourists. If you have long had a desire to diversify walking around the city and sightseeing with something non-standard, go on a tour of the post office. To be more precise, to the post office No. 50 (Urząd Pocztowy 50 ), which is located on the Royal Way near Gdansk Glowny station.
The largest and most popular shopping center in Gdańsk is Galeria Baltycka. Those who visit it for the first time, should take an information leaflet at the entrance, otherwise it won't be … Open
This outwardly unremarkable post office keeps a lot of secrets. The ceiling here is made of translucent blue glass, so during the day, the room appears to be flooded with blue light. A glass dome of the roof painted in the national style looks incredibly spectacular. Another unique decoration, a flock of wooden birds, is circling around the ceiling. At the post office, you will have one more pleasant surprise in addition to its unusual interior - a large selection of beautiful memorable postcards.
If you think you've already visited all the most beautiful and unusual places in Gdansk, head to the Pge Arena Stadium. Near the sports arena, there are several quite remarkable road junctions, space under which can be compared with a modern art gallery. The thing is that a few years ago, talented graffiti artists chose concrete supports standing here as a place of creativity. Today, connoisseurs of contemporary youth art can stroll through the "open-air galleries", take a picture against the background of colorful pictures and get aesthetic pleasure from such an unusual tour. Copyright
Discovering the architecture of Gdansk from bird's eye view! St. Mary Church, St. Catherine Church, Town Hall, Green Gate, New Town Hall, Wielki Mlyn, Monument to defenders of the coast, all those monuments are defining the image of Gdansk … Open
Picturesque Jaśkowa Dolina and Stanisława Pawłowskiego streets are some of the quietest and most attractive places to walk where amazing architectural monuments are concentrated. After admiring the fabulous buildings, look for the Forest Theater on one of the streets. If you're planning to visit Gdansk in the summer, you can attend unusual concerts or performances, which are held in the theater literally every summer evening.
Estatua de Neptuno When the heart desires fine gastronomic entertainment, head to Hotel Gdansk, a legendary historic hotel located at a marina near the city center. In this hotel you will find a cult national restaurant - Brovarnia. Gourmets from all over the world visit the restaurant for the sole purpose of trying the "duck a la Brovarnia" prepared according to a unique recipe and a fantastic fish soup. The restaurant is a single complex with the eponymous brewery, which is the winner of a number of prestigious awards and is considered the best in the country.
Oliwa Cathedral, National Museum, Amber Museum, Kosciol sw. Jana, Kosciol sw. Mikolaja, as well as many others, they all become the world's cultural heritage objects and remain as iconic monuments for Gdansk … Open
Dreaming of a dinner in an original but relaxed atmosphere? On Gdansk's Piwna Street (Beer Street), among many bars, find a miniature family restaurant - Primitive. This modest institution cannot boast a variety of culinary delights or great popularity among tourists. The main feature of this cozy restaurant is an inimitable interior. You'll find yourself in a comfortable basement with wooden walls and ceiling, very beautiful handmade furniture, and subdued lighting. The cozy restaurant with affordable prices will surely appeal to those feeling hungry after sightseeing tours; portions are more than impressive.
Sw. Brygidy, Gdansk

Visit Virtual Reality Club

If you see all the sights of Gdansk and want unusual entertainment, you can visit the club Fantomatyka VR. It is located at the address 1A Juliusza Słowackiego. It is open from noon to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. The club is open from noon to 10 pm on other days of the week. You will immerse yourself in the amazing and exciting world of virtual reality here. The most modern computer technologies are used in the club. You will get to any place of the globe, demonstrate your skills, become a hero of the virtual world and overcome your fears thanks to these technologies.
Gdansk is a city on the north of Poland. Its population estimates approximately 500 thousand of people. Gdansk is a large port on Baltic Sea. This is also an industrial center with … Open

Do Winter Sports at Any Time of the Year

There is a Skimondo center with two artificially created ski slopes in Gdansk. It is located on 355 Aleja Grunwaldzka. The center is open any day of the week. It is open from 4 am to 8 pm on odd weekdays. You can visit this place from 9 am to 1 pm on even-numbered weekdays. It is open from 9 am to 5 pm on weekends. You can ski here regardless of your level of training all year round.
View from Gdansk Cathedrals Tower The slope is only 10 meters long. However, a special technology that resembles a treadmill is used in Skimondo. It moves under the skis at a speed of 3 to 25 kilometers per hour. One session lasts 10 minutes. You will drive 4 kilometers during this time thanks to this technology. If you ride for 60 minutes, this time will correspond to 8 hours on a real slope.
During a holiday with children in Gdańsk, it is worth visiting the Oliwa Zoo. It occupies a vast territory, and the study of all its inhabitants will take more than one hour. The zoo has a … Open
3 skiers can be on the same slope at the same time. You will pay 15 zlotys per session. This amount includes equipment rental. You will make the descent using the same technique as riding in real mountains. The artificial slope has an inclined slippery surface. It is controlled by the instructor using the remote control. He will also give you a briefing and answer all your questions. You can also try out a technological novelty in Skimondo. It is a helmet that allows you to be in virtual reality.

City Trip by Kayak

If you are a fan of active water recreation, you can take a kayak trip along the canals of Gdansk in good weather. Contact Kamienna Gora 2 for this. You will rent equipment and hire an instructor here. You will pay 50 zlotys for 3 hours of skiing. You will see the city from the water and listen to the instructor's story about the history of Gdansk during the trip.
Gdansk will be surely loved by fans of gastronomic tourism. The city is home to numerous attractive restaurants and cozy cafes. You will find Bar Bados next to a popular cinema. This … Open

View the City from the Observation Deck

You can see Gdansk from a height if you go up to one of the two observation platforms. The most popular is the deck located in St. Mary’s Church. It is located at an altitude of 80 meters. You need to go up 409 steps to climb it. Another observation deck is in the high tower of Gdansk guildhall. You will see the city and St. Mary’s Church standing on it.
The Palace of Culture and Science

Take a Ride on the Ferris Wheel

If you decide to see Gdansk from a height but do not want to go up to the observation deck or go on a helicopter tour, then there is a large Ferris wheel in the city. It is located on Granary Island above the Motława River. It is open from 11 am to 8 pm from Monday to Thursday. You can visit this attraction from 11 am to midnight on Friday and Saturday, and from 10 am to 8 pm – on Sundays. You will pay 28 zlotys. You will sit in one of its 36 cabins and climb to a height of 50 meters. The wheel will make 3 turns. You will ride it for about a quarter of an hour. You will see a stunning panorama of the city and the bay during this time.
Gdansk is always visited by many travelers who wish to visit beautiful architectural monuments and historical sights that will surely leave many unforgettable memories. The city is also an … Open

Bicycle Trip to the Baltic Sea

The Baltic Sea is 8 kilometers from Gdansk. If you want to go on a trip to this sea, the best solution is to rent a bike. You will have to pay 10 zlotys for each hour of rent. You will take a bike trip along one of several bike paths. They lead to the sea through beautiful alleys.
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