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Gdansk is a port city on Poland's Baltic coast. The vibrant facades of Long Market, now home to shops and restaurants, are at the center of its Main Area, reconstructed after WWII. Nearby is Neptune Fountain, a town icon of the 17th century topped by a bronze statue of the god of the sea. Gdansk is also a hub for the amber trade throughout the world; boutiques sell the ossified resin throughout the region.
Gdansk has a special feel that separates it from other cities in Poland. Maritime centuries ebb and flow like a severe Baltic port; streets of distinctly un-Polish architecture influenced by a united nation of wealthy merchants who shaped the region's history.
Visitors throng in ever greater numbers to wander historical thoroughfares lined with grand, elegantly proportioned buildings, and to enjoy a treasure trove of characterful bars and cafes, seafood restaurants, amber shops and intriguing museums, to not mention pleasure-boat cruises along the river and a wealth of maritime history to take in between brews at dockside beer gardens.
Gdansk is the perfect city for any traveler who loves to not only take in the sights but also sample the local cuisine. There is an abundance of Polish specialties available, and the city has a very affordable cost of eating out. Come join us for a full day of yummy eating as we take you through the ultimate food lovers’ day in Gdansk.
Gdansk is filled with restaurants locally and globally both looking to please the vast number of tourists who visit year after year. For so many foreign options, such as the Italian restaurants, Mexican-style restaurants and kebab houses, it can be difficult to know which of the local restaurants are the best. This list compiles the finest and most traditional Polish restaurants in the region
Gdansk is situated on the Baltic coast so you can take the opportunity to see the beach and the sea while you're here. Go for a swim, sunbathe, watch the sunset or just take a stroll on the beach. All that for free – there are no entry fees to access any of the beaches in Gdansk. It is difficult to tell which beach is the best at Gdansk.
Gdansk has two secured beaches for bathing: in Stogi and in Brzezno. Some beaches are in districts Jelitkowo and Sobieszewo. A few stationary water slides are visible on the beaches in Gdansk: two at the beach in Stogi, one at Jelitkowo and one at Brzezno.
Gdansk is an ideal place to go out, have a drink or dance. Nightlife in Gdansk is associated with live music clubs, outdoor concerts and events, but there are also breweries, cafes and wine bars. There are big clubs for those who want to keep having fun until late at night where you can dance the night away.
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