Like a ministate all to itself, Gdańsk has a unique feel that sets it apart from other cities in Poland. Centuries of maritime ebb and flow as a major Baltic port; streets of distinctively un-Polish architecture influenced by a united nations of wealthy merchants who shaped the city’s past; the to-ing and fro-ing of Danzig/Gdańsk between Teutonic Prussia and Slavic Poland; and the destruction wrought by WWII have all bequeathed a special atmosphere that makes Gdańsk an increasingly popular destination.
09 March – Belfast/Gdansk – 1725/2050
13 March – Gdansk/Belfast – 1720/1900
With a stay at Novotel Gdansk Centrum in Gdansk (Old Town), you’ll be a 5-minute walk from Green Gate and 7 minutes by foot from Artus Court. This hotel is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Gdansk Main Town Hall and 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Gdansk Crane.
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