True to its name, the Maritime Museum is spread across both sides of the river Motlawa and requires a ferry ride between them (including in the ticket price) to see slotmaskiner online everything to the museum has to offer. The large complex of buildings means despite initial expectations you can easily spend an entire day [...]
The largest castle in the world is located near Gdansk and is one of Poland’s major attractions. Founded in 1309 by the Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights Siegfried von Feuchtwangen.
How to get there: trains from Gdansk take just over half an hour and cost 8zl each way. From there you’ll need to walk for [...]
Gdansk History Museum is located inside its fourteen century Town Hall. Climb the staircase into the old council chambers known aptly as the Red Room. The old Court Rooms contains an exhibit of the destruction of Gdansk in World War 2. The Town Hall also allows visitors to climb its 50 meter high tower giving [...]
Originally built during 1227-39, this is the oldest parish church in the Old Town of Gdansk, it was expanded during the fourteenth century. The church tower measures 76m. On May 22nd, 2006 a large fire spread through the building. Despite heavy destruction the church is being rebuilt.
The location of the first battle between Polish and German forces in the Second World War is now marked by a memorial, unveiled in 1966, to the Polish defenders.
Along with the memorial are the remains of the barracks and guardhouses of the Polish defenders.
The Solidarity Centre Foundation has an amazing ‘Roads to Freedom’ exhibition which opened in 2000 on the 20th anniversary of the 1980 strike showing the history of the Solidarnosc movement as well as documenting everyday life in Poland during Soviet rule. Having both an indoor exhibition with displays, films and props and an outdoor area with a [...]