Coronavirus in Gdansk

This is the last topic I wanted to write about, but as the situation in Europe is getting serious. I, therefore, try to keep you updated about the coronavirus situation in Poland and particularly in Gdansk. Sanitary officials give the daily news about it, but it’s only in Polish, so I hope this article will help you to get information about coronavirus in Poland, and what to do if you suspect that you are ill.

The good and bad things about living in Gdansk

Gdansk is one of the biggest and most interesting cities in Poland. It combines both the historical background and the modernity of western European standards.
We are not going to write here what you might see and do in Gdansk when you come here as a tourist, and what are the best things to see in Gdansk. We will try to give you some hints on what to expect if you want to move here, to live and work in Gdansk

Revolut card

If you travel a lot and the first thing you need to do in a new country is to look for an exchange office, you should consider getting a Revolut Card.
We travel, too, and I have to say that it completely changed the way we deal with money abroad, but also when we shop online.

Moving sand dunes in Leba

Moving sand dunes are located about 100 kilometres from Gdansk towards the north, near small city Leba. This is a sandy area close to the sea, that moves with the wind, with the average speed of several metres per year. So although dunes will not move in front of your eyes, if you look closely, you will see how the grains of sand are captured by the wind and moved – this is how the process takes place. Going to Leba is a good idea if you have a spare weekend, or plan to go towards Szczecin on your trip to Poland.