How to get know such multidimensional city like Gdansk? How to reach unique places?
We present you ready ideas for trips to less known recesses of Gdansk. Set off for a trip along the Trail of famous Gdansk citizens, European Route of Brick Gothic or find traces of the People’s Republic of Poland…
Already for the forth time, Gdansk will be the world's capital city of fado, jazz intelligent pop and world music.
Tyrolean Traverse at the PGE Arena Gdańsk, so the mad descent on a 200 meters lines between the stands at a height of over 30 meters!
Did you know that... the record attendance at the PGE Arena stadium is 39 460 fans at the Poland - Uruguay match, which was held on 14th November 2012 ?
This is one of the most beautiful railway stations not only in Poland, but in all of Europe... Its architectural style refers to the Gdańsk Mannerism. The analogies with other Gdańsk monuments are particularly visible in the tower and gables, as well as the stonework decoration. The building was opened in 1900 and was the fourth station in Gdańsk.
Earlier in this place was a Kogi bridge. It owes its name to green colour, which was once painted. The construction of the bridge was deluded.This resulted in preventing the movement of ships. Until 1959 across the bridge ran a tram line leading to Stogi. Bridge during the Second World War, was severely damaged. After his recovery it held the function of the pedestrian bridge.
BHP Hall was founded in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century during the rebuilding of the Imperial Shipyard in Gdańsk. For some time the hall served as a warehouse for torpedoes. After the Second World War the building was adapted for the HSE training for the Gdańsk Shipyardof Lenin.
The largest church in Gdańsk, and also in Poland, and the biggest brick church in the world, St. Mary’s Church is a special place not only due to its size, but due to the centuries of history which are enclosed inside it. St. Mary’s Church in Gdańsk, properly called the Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is the finest historical building in Gdańsk.
The “Blue Lamb” is the only renovated 17th Century granary preserved after World War II. The interiors are dedicated for educational and exhibition purposes. The alley of the Hanseatic Street from the 14th and 15th Centuries was recreated with help from archaeological, iconographic and historical sources. The craft stalls and workshops are occupied by mannequins dressed in medieval apparel.
Clouds overhead, wind in your hair and unforgettable view! The Gradowa Hill in Gdańsk - is an ancient place of power. Pomeranian Dukes chose this place to built there their town. The mountain is an important geomantic point of the Gdańsk Bay, a place where the positive energy concentrates.
Ferber House otherwise known as Adam and Eve is a Renaissance building built in 1560 and located at the Długa street in the Main Town. The house belonged to a Ferber family, one of the most influential families of Gdańsk. The door to the house were decorated with figures of Adam and Eve and were considered to be the devil's seat of power.
"Sołdek" is the first ocean-going vessel put into operation in the history of the Polish shipyard industry. She was designed by a team of Polish engineers under the leadership of Henryk Giełdzik, M.Sc. Eng. and built in Gdańsk Shipyard, established on 19 October 1947. The prototype coal-ore carrier’s B-30 type keel-laying ceremony took place on 3 April 1948 on slipway A2.
A unique monument of the fortification works, Wisłoujście Fortress, is located in direct proximity to the Westerplatte peninsula. This was an important area from a strategic point of view, as the movement of ships entering and leaving Gdańsk harbour could be controlled from this place.