The city of Gdańsk invites the guests not only to the Baltic Sea or sail routes, but also to historic places, festivals and concerts. Gdańsk makes sure that every person will find something interesting for them – museums, fairs, opera, summer music stage or street performances create a rich cultural offer for tourists.
Enthusiasts of walking tours will become convinced that Gdańsk is a paradise for them. Tourists craving for open air movement will find here vast, sandy beaches, coastal island with nature reserves and tourist trails of the total length of a hundred kilometres. Those routes lead to Sopot, Gdynia, Kartuzy or Tczew. Thematic trails, for example those concerning Westerplatte, Günter Grass or Jan Heweliusz, encourage the guests to the discovery of the city. Moreover, bicycle route on the Sobieszowska Island is an excellent idea for cyclists.
Gdańsk tempts tourists with marvellous and historic streets (for example Długa Street and Długi Targ, both creating a Royal Route), impressive buildings (the most treasured building in Gdańsk, its town hall) or characteristic places – like the Neptune Fountain, a recognised symbol of the city. Worth seeing are also Golden Gate and Green Gate, built in 16th and 17th centuries or famous Żuraw, the biggest crane of medieval Europe, one of the most characteristic places in Gdańsk. Furthermore, one must go through Mariacka Street to the Mariacki Church. Royal Chapel, Old Town or treasured churches are as marvellous as Oliwski Park, lighthouse and monuments. It is hard to list all worthy places – Gdańsk is full of them. Moreover, the city offers theatres, clubs, pubs or fairs (St. Dominic Fair and Festival) – it is impossible to be bored in this city.