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The Most Relaxing Things to Do in Gdansk

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Most Relaxing Things to Do in Gdansk

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Old Town , Gdansk
4.8
Old Town represents a historic section in one of Poland's first cities. Although much of this area features post-World War II reconstructions
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Spas , Gdansk
4.4
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Bali Spa , Gdansk
4.9
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Duration: 2h 15min
What can you expect from the Walking Tour in the Main Town of Gdansk? Besides the tour being very affordable, it also is a veritable introduction to the heart of Old Gdansk. Your guide will strive to achieve a balance between entertainment and historical knowledge in a city that was a witness to times of grand prosperity and great misery, times of destruction and reconstruction, blazing fires and fireworks on display, times of tolerance and times of persecution, hope and despair. How many states attempted to control it? What people have lived in Gdańsk throughout the centuries? How come we had the Crusaders here? Not only you guys can expect me to answer all these important questions but I will try to do it in a light-hearted, entertaining way.
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Neighborhood
4.7
Known for the booths selling amber jewelry that line the street, Mariacka Street (ulica Mariacka) is also home to cultural curosities, such a
Tours from $5
Beach
Sopot Beach , Sopot
4.3
Making up part of the coast on the Baltic Sea, Sopot Beach serves as an extension to the town's health spas and resorts. Many people come to
Tours from $165

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Our expert advice on where to stay in Gdansk

The suburbs of Gdansk boast plenty of affordable hotels and hostels, offering inexpensive rooms even at the height of the season. Easily accessible by train, neighboring Sopot provides additional sleeping options, including good-value guesthouses and mid-range hotels located mere minutes from the Baltic Sea. If you prefer to stay in Gdansk itself, explore the city's self-catering apartments with free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Alternatively, check out the upscale old town hotels, many of which offer discounted rates on the weekends.
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