The Main City is located on the western bank of river Motlawa, close to the Old Town
The City of Gdańsk has a lot to offer, that is to say, a broad range of exceptional sights and breathtaking sceneries. The Main Town is the most representative part of Gdansk. You will see most historical and spectacular sights. Feel like a great monarch walking along Royal Way – the route along which the Polish kings traditionally paraded during their periodic visits. Take a relaxed walk with plenty photo opportunities among the greatest monuments. Explore the narrow, cobbled streets and gaze in wonder at the largest brick church in the world. Fall in love with Mariacka Street – the most charming of all Gdansk’s streets and one of Poland’s most picturesque.
Take a bike or kayak tour to explore the unknown backyards or other little hideaways off the beaten track, which all make this city so unique. Discover the little known green side of Gdansk with old moat, fortifications and characteristic flora and fauna.
Try famous dumplings (pierogi), craft beer and polish vodka!
Visit the ruins at Westerplatte peninsula where the first shots of World War II were fired.
In the middle of July don’t miss International Street and Open-Air Theatres Festival — FETA. It’s one of the biggest, the most significant and the most recognised open-air theatrical festivals in Poland and our part of Europe.
See Gdansk by kayak in the glow of sunset light. Discover places unreachable while walking. Enjoy amazing view of the little-known, industrial part of Gdansk – the famous shipyards cranes and huge silos.