To wrap up the posts about my visit to Gdansk in Poland last year, I’ll take you through the main highlight in Gdansk – the old city. It’s very Polish and colorful, taking you back hundreds of years to the medieval times. Like many of the Polish treasures, this city was hit hard in the second world war, but since then it has managed to recover quite well, with very impressive restorations. It’s not very big, you can probably cover everything and the main tourist highlights in a few hours, though you can linger for a bit longer in the local museums, but even for those few hours it’s definitely worth a stopover and getting a bit of the atmosphere. The sea port offers a few options for boat tours on the Martwa Wisla, going all the way up to the northern seas and the Sopot pier.

 

Other posts on Gdansk:

 

Let’s take one last stroll around Gdansk…

 

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That wraps up that visit. Hope to go back and see more of Poland…



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