Colourful and vibrant, Gdansk is a reflection of its harbourside history.
One of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Poland, its distinct architecture and cultural landmarks create a completely unique atmosphere which set it apart. Take a river cruise, visit the many museums and embark on the famous Gothic churches trail to see some of the very best sights this fascinating place has to offer.
The city's skyline is dominated by the St Mary's Church tower which stands at 78-metres tall and is regarded as the world's largest brick church. You can climb the 405 steps to the top in order to enjoy the best views on offer in the city - it's not to be missed.
Also check out the atmospheric Ulica Mariacka street, located close to St Mary's Church, while the Museum of WWII, a new addition to the Gdansk waterfront, is a sobering experience and one of the most visited places in the city.
A city known for it's array of bars and pubs, and fantastic seafood restaurants, there are no shortage of places to kick back and relax after a day exploring Gdansk. A gorgeous place, perfect for city breaks and culture trips.