You are planning your trip and wondering when to visit Gdansk? Well, unfortunately not every month is good to visit Gdansk. Let’s check when to visit Gdansk to take advantages from the weather and enjoy your stay.
There are plenty of museums in Gdansk, so everyone will find someting to see. Most of them have one day with free entrance, and most of them close for one day in a week, so it is best to plan your visit. Here are the most interesting ones.
It is not possible to visit Gdansk in one day, but if you don’t have more time you should visit the city centre. Here you can find a suggested route which let you see the most important places: Dluga Street, Dlugi Targ, Motlawa River and Mariacka Street.
Sopot has been known recently mainly as a nightlife centre. Connecting Gdansk and Gdynia and being home to two large university departments, this is the place where young people from the whole Tricity gather to party. But as you’ll read, Sopot has more to offer than just party places and Music Festival in Forest Opera. It also has an interesting history and architecture.
Winter in Gdansk also can be really charming. If there’s a snow and the temperature is below zero Baltic coast looks like the North Pole and you can enjoy winter sports like ice-skating and skiing. During Christmas time you can visit Dluga street and Oliwa Park which are beautifully decoreted and illuminated with lights.
Every year in July, thousands of Gdansk citizens and visitors come to the Lower Gdansk – district where usually nobody comes. This is because of FETA- International street and open-air theatres festival, that takes over the district for one weekend.
Gdansk is situated on the Baltic coast so when you’re here you should take the opportunity to see the sea. Go swimming, sunbathing, watching the sunset or just have a walk on the beach. All that for free. Check the best beaches worth visiting in Gdansk.
There are many currency exchange in Gdansk, especially in the city centre, so changing money is easy. However, there are places where changing money may make your stay in Gdansk more expensive. Check which places you should avoid and which currency is the best to change.
We have to start with the fact that Poland is one of the cheapest countries in Europe, especially compared to West and North Europe. Anyway, it’s always good to know where to buy cheap food so let’s see what cheap supermarkets you can find in Gdansk and generally in Poland.
In the city centre, you can find plenty of souvenirs shops. As in every touristic city around the world, you can find mugs, magnets, T-shirts and so forth. But not only that. There’re also some unique souvenirs from Gdansk, which you can’t buy somewhere else. Let’s check what to bring from …