Public transport in Gdansk is a convenient way to explore the city. The fares are acceptable, and if there are no traffic jams caused by some roadworks, accidents or extreme weather, it’s pretty punctual. All the buses and most of the trams are modern, with air-conditioning in summer and heating in winter.
Mevo – public bike system in Gdansk was launched in March 2019 and is still supposed to develop. So far there are only 30% of the bikes available and the system is suffering from initial setbacks, but once put in its full operating capacity, it is going to be a great complement to the public transport in Gdansk.
Although Gdansk Airport is not a big transport hub, there is still a chance that you might have a stopover in Gdansk. There is a free Wi-Fi at the airport that you may use to plan your further trip, but except for that Gdansk Airport doesn’t provide a lot of entertainment, and prices in airport shops and bars are significantly higher than outside the airport. Is it worth leaving the airport then? What are you able to do when you have only a couple of hours? Here’s what you can do when you have a stopover in Gdansk.
What is Gdansk Tourist Card? Like most tourist destinations in Europe, Gdansk has developed a tourist card with the intention to ease the sightseeing in the city. You may consider buying Gdansk Tourist Card regardless of the purpose of your visit, as it comes in four versions to suit various needs. …
Are you staying in Gdansk and don’t want to take a break from running? You want to stay active, even when you are on holiday, don’t you? Well, we can recommend some perfect places where to run in Gdansk.
In one of Gdansk’s districts called Zaspa there’s the Monumental Art Collection. You can find there almost 60 different paintings – all on the walls of blocks of flats. Murals Gdansk Zaspa is the unique collection of art worth seeing when you’re visiting the city.
We can’t recommend a specific accommodation in Gdansk as we are locals and we have never stayed in a hotel in our own city. But we can recommend where to stay in Gdansk and how to look for a place to stay. Gdansk has a wide selection of places to stay and it’s still growing. You can find 5-star hotels, cheap hostels, homestays, camping or apartments to rent. It’s up to you and your pocket where you will stay
As every large European city, Gdansk has a wide variety of food to offer. If you have a lot of money to spend, there are plenty of high-end restaurants to be visited. If you are on a tight budget, still you can find places with lots of dishes to choose from. So, if you are wondering where to eat in Gdansk, below you will find the answer.
Hitchhiking from Gdansk to another Polish city shouldn’t be difficult. In Poland hitchhiking works pretty well and fast. It’s a popular form of travelling among young people. Lately highways were built so it’s not so simple like 10 years ago but still, comparing to other European countries, it is easy to hitchhike from Gdansk.
St. Dominic’s Fair in Gdansk is one of the biggest commercial open-air events in Europe. It was established in 1260 by Pope Alexander IV, and since then has been annually organized in the streets of Gdansk – with the short period of break during and after the Second World War. Until 2003 St. Dominic’s Fair started in August and lasted for two weeks. Since 2004, it starts on the last Saturday of July and lasts for three weeks.