On the way to history

On the way to history

On the way to history

On the way to history

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It is the largest city of Tricity of over a thousand-year-old history, located at the Gdańsk Bay. Over the centuries it experienced many different cultures, today it is one of the biggest tourist attractions of the northern part of Poland. However, it is worth visiting not only Gdańsk, but also Gdynia and Sopot, other cities of the Tricity. In this case car rental might be a great convenience. What is worth seeing in Gdańsk?

The Long Lane and The Long Market

The Long Market is a representative area, which also functions as the town square. Along with the Long Lane it creates the Royal Route. The most important secular building are located at the Long Market: the Gdańsk Main Town Hall and the Artus Court. The city’s most affluent patricians and rich merchants used to live there in 16th and 17th century. The place is full of historic tenements, each of them has its own story. Tenements of Gdańsk are very characteristic with their narrow facades and attic above them, richly decorated with crests, figures and characters of antique heroes. The oldest preserved houses originate from the Middle Ages – it emphasizes the atmosphere of the city, compared to modern buildings. The Royal Route is the favorite gathering place for both townspeople and visitors. You can find here many cafes, pubs and restaurant serving traditional polish dishes (such as polish breaded pork chop and pierogi), herring and exotic cuisine. If you get near the Solidarity Square you can visit the European Solidarity Centre


The defense of Westerplatte in September 1939 marked the start of World War II and therefore became a symbol of polish resistance to aggression of the Third Reich. This place and heroic deeds were described in literature and movies many times. Today every place related to the battle of Westerplatte is declared on the List of Historic Monuments. Westerplatte is located on the Port Island, in the north-eastern part of Gdańsk. Renting a car is a perfect idea to get there quickly.


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