Hotels Yach Film Festiwal Wideoklipow Gdańsk
Yach Film Festival is the annual extravaganza of the best Polish of music videos. The videos are presented in the Gdansk cinemas, and there are many additional events, from Little Yach festival of music videos for children to street video art and multimedia performances to video workshops. The whole event ends in a star-studded gala party.
Hotels Żuraw Gdańsk
It's a wooden port crane and dates as far back as 1367. Its present look dates to the middle of the 15th century.
Inside you can see the wooden treadmill operated by humans stepping in it, and climb up to look out onto the river and see other parts of the machinery.
There is also a gallery of boats from around the world in adjacent building covered by the same entrance price.
Tuesday - Friday 10:00-15:00
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10:30-15:30
Adults - 6 PLN
Concessions - 4 PLN
Photographs and Video charge - 5 PLN
There is also a combined ticket for the Granaries, Zuraw and s/y Soldek incl. ferry crossing
Adults - 15 PLN,
Concessions - 9 PLN
Photography charge - 10 PLN
Guided tours are organised and the charge for a tour in English or German is 20 PLN (group of less than 25 people).
Hotels Westerplatte Gdańsk
Westerplatte is a peninsula in Gdansk in the harbour channel. From 1926 - 1939 a Polish Military Transit Depot was located there, on a territory of the Free City of Danzig.
It is famous as the place where the World War 2 began with the battle of Westerplatte, one of the first battles of the Invasion of Poland in 1939. The Polish garrison held out against the attack for seven days before surrendering to the Nazi German forces, and the site is now a memorial to the defenders.
Currently there is a monument to the battle as well as a branch exhibition of the Historical Museum of Gdansk at the ruins of the barracks and the blockhouse.
Westerplatte can be reached by bus 106 which leaves from the main train station, the excursion boats include the site in their trip around the harbour. There is ample car parking at the site.
Entrance to the site is free while there is small charge for visiting the exhibition at the blockhouse which is open May-Sept between 9am and 4pm.
Hotels Pomnik Jana Heweliusza Gdańsk
Pomnik został ustawiony na miejscu obserwatorium Heweliusza, a odsłonięto go w 1973 roku. Rzeźba przedstawia siedzącą postać astronoma, z rękami złożonymi na kolanach i twarzą zwróconą ku niebu. Pomnik powstał według projektu Michała Gąsienica-Szostak, a jego wysokość liczy 6 m.
Hotels Degustatornia Dom Piwa Gdańsk
Degustatornia (literally, tasting house) is a beer house devoted to Polish and national beers. Around 20 beers (changing periodically) are available normally on draught, and many more in bottled form.
Open 3pm till 10pm/midnight.
No dogs, bicycles or small children allowed inside.
A selection of basic snacks and non-alcoholic drinks are also available.
Hotels Dwór Artusa Gdańsk
Situated in the Main Town area, on the Long Market (part of the Royal Route), near the Neptune Fountain, Dwor Artusa (Arthurs Court) is one of the principal attractions of Gdansk.
The first court was built around 1350 and the members still had jousting tornaments then. Later on the knightly customs were replicated in the social life:meetings and feasts, celebrations and weddings. It also acted as a theatre and a stock exchange.
The interior contains a lot of original art works and fittings, including the oldest bar in Poland (with a tin counter) and the tallest tiled stove in Europe, measuring over 30 feet in height and dating back to 1545.
Adult: 8 PLN
Concession: 4 PLN
High season (Jul-15th Sep)
Mon 10am - 3pm free admission day
Tue-Sat 10am - 6pm
Sun 11am - 6pm
Low Season (16th Sep - June)
Tue 10am - 3pm free admission day
Wed-Sat 10am - 4pm
Sun 11am - 4pm