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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Gdansk

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Historical Places in Gdansk

Religious Site
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One of the largest brick churches in the world, St. Mary's Church was begun in the 14th century and can hold 25,000 people. The large hall ha
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World heritage site · Castle
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One of the largest castles in the world by surface area, Muzeum Zamkowe w Malborku was once home to an order of Teutonic Knights and today ra
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Westerplatte , Gdansk
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Once home to a spa complex and baths, Westerplatte was also home to a Polish military transit depot. Today the ruins of a World War II battle
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YOU WANT TO BE ABLE TO COVER ALL THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CITY AND FEEL LIKE A LOCAL TOO? THEN AN GUIDED GDAŃSK BIKE TOUR IS PERFECT FOR YOU!Gdańsk is one of the most bike friendly cities in Poland, and cycling become a part of local culture. If you want to really understand the city like a local, you have to do it from the saddle of a bike! Bike tours are one of the best ways to explore Gdańsk. Our tour will provide you with an interesting history of the city, and is a great chance to make some new friends. Great exercise and the perfect way to spend a glorious summer day in the city, these tour are a must for those who want to get to know the city on more intimate terms.
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Full to bursting with valuable artwork, Archikatedra Oliwska serves as the final resting place of many of the region's prominent families. Th
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Stutthof was a Nazi concentration camp established by Nazi Germany in a secluded, marshy, and wooded area near the village of Stutthof (now S
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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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