You can buy fresh products from local sellers in this market hall, which is also an interesting architectural sight.
Neptune's Fountain is a historic fountain in Gdańsk, a mannerist-rococo masterpiece, and one of the most distinctive landmarks of the city.
This 16th century building which served many purposes in the past now houses Baltic Sea Cultural Centre. Many events take place there.
Flour used to be made in this large windmill over the centuries. Nowadays, the building serves as a shopping mall.
Guns were stored in this huge building in the past. Its majestic red facade will catch your eye from far away.
SS Sołdek is a retired Polish coal and ore freighter. She was the first ship built in Szczecin after World War II and the first seagoing…
One of the three main Gdansk water gates dates back to the 14th century. Notice the coat of arms on the facade.
Gdansk boasts to be the capital of amber and this museum tells why. It traces the history of guilds and displays collection of amber items.
The Baroque chapel which is a part of the St. Mary's Church features beautiful frescoes from the 19th century.
Members of Solidarity used to meet in this church a few decades ago. Although it was ruined in WWII, it underwent restoration in the 1970s.
Explore every inch of the facade of this 17th century house and notice all the splendid decorations and sculptures!
Dedicated to the Dominicans, this church with an attached convent has a long history. It was plundered and restored again several times.
The Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre is a Shakespearean theatre in Gdańsk, Poland.