Ticket prices are relatively inexpensive, at around 3.80zl each, and there are plenty of local buses and taxis to get you there
If you have time, you can take a stroll along the Ulica Dluga. There, you can also see the Tall spire.
It tells the story of the war through three narrative blocks. A few rooms feature personal items from the war-era.
Visitors will learn about the history of the Solidarity movement in Poland, as well as the factors that led to its formation.
In addition to being a beautiful oasis of green, Oliwa Park also features a Japanese-style botanic garden and other English-Chinese touches.
The area was heavily damaged by the Second World War, but most of the houses were restored and are worth visiting.
This is an ideal place for a spa break. The interior is decorated with paintings of Mary and a monk. It is the centre of social life in Gdansk.
The chapel of the Gdansk Cathedral contains a replica of Memling’s The Last Judgment.