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Pass By: Old Town, Gdansk Poland
Whole Gdank Guided Tour is in the area of the beautiful Gdansk Old Town
Stop At: Amber Museum, ul. Targ Weglowy 26, Gdansk 80-836 Poland
From here will start Gdansk sightseeing and you will get to know the history of Amber Museum and the Upland Gate, which was the main entrence to the city.
Duration: 25 minutes
Stop At: Golden Gate (Zlota Brama), ul. Targ Weglowy 27, Gdansk 80-836 Poland
One of the most notable tourist attractions of the city. Inside the Gate there are shocking pictures which show how looked like Gdansk after the World War II. It is considered the beginning of the Royal Rout
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Dluga Street (ul. Dluga), Gdansk Poland
It's a main street of Gdanks Old Town. During Gdansk Sightseeing on the street you will admire most important monuments, musems and beautiful tenement houses.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Dom Uphagena, Uphagen's Haus, Dluga 12, Gdansk Poland
It is an 18th century merchant house located in Gdańsk, Poland. The house was originally owned by Johann Uphagen in 1775 before becoming a museum in 1911. Located at 12 Długa Street in Gdańsk, the house is one of only a few 18th century merchant town houses in Europe open to visitors.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: St. Mary's Church, Podkramarska 5, Gdansk 80-834 Poland
Gdansk's most visible place of worship, St. Mary's Basilica is believed to be the largest brick church in the world. The interior vault supports 37 windows, over 300 tombstones and 31 chapels. Definitely must see while you visiting Gdansk.
Duration: 25 minutes
Stop At: Piwna Street (Ulica Piwna), Piwna, Gdansk Poland
Second the most important street of Gdansk Old Town. As the name "Piwna" (adjective of beer) suggests once upon a time the most famous brewers lived here. On this street is located also house of Albert Forster a Nazi politician and war criminal. He was an administration as the Gauleiter of Danzig.
Duration: 20 minutes
Pass By: Great Armoury (Wielka Zbrojownia), ul. Targ Weglowy 6 Piwna, Gdansk 80-836 Poland
The Great Armoury was built in 1600-09 on the medieval line of the city walls. A working arsenal until the 1800's, the armoury remains the finest example of Renaissance architecture in the city.
Pass By: Main Town Hall (Ratusz Glownego Miasta), Dluga 46/47, Gdansk 80-831 Poland
The Main City Hall, a spectacular building and the seat of the city authorities, is full of multicultural references.
Pass By: King Arthur's Court (Dwor Artusa), ul. Dlugi Targ 44, Gdansk 80-830 Poland
The Artus Court is a building in the centre of Gdańsk, which used to be the meeting place of merchants and a centre of social life. Inside, the centrepiece of the main hall is a 10.64-metre renaissance tiled stove dating to 1546, made of more than 500 individual tiles and the tallest of its kind in Europe. There is also a huge, several-meter paintings relating to the Bible and mythology.
Pass By: Neptune's Fountain (Fontanna Neptuna), Dlugi Targ, Gdansk Poland
The Fountain of Neptune constitutes an interesting example of the perception of the classical antiquity in the 17th-century art of Gdańsk. It is also the symbol of both the city of Gdańsk itself and its links with the sea.
Pass By: Golden House, Droga Krolewska Dlugi Targ, Gdansk Poland
Designed by Johan Voigt in 1618 y., has the richest façade in the city. In the friezes between storeys are 12 elaborately carved scenes interspersed with busts of famous historical figures, including two Polish kings. The four statues waving to you from the balustrade at the top are Cleopatra, Oedipus, Achilles and Antigone.
Pass By: Mariacka Street (ulica Mariacka), Mariacka, Gdansk Poland
The Mariacka Street is an example of the historical development of Gdańsk, with its characteristic perrons with famous gargoyles and facades of ornate houses formerly belonging to merchants and goldsmiths.
Pass By: Motlawa River Embankment (Dlugie Pobrzeze), Dlugie Pobrzeze, Gdansk Poland
It is a place where you can feel the spirit of the old Hanseatic League. Beautiful at any time. Astound the visitor a multitude of architectural forms, monuments and breathtaking views of the buildings reflecting in the waters of the ancient port.
Pass By: Crane (Zuraw), Ul. Szeroka 67/68 At Maritime Museum, Gdansk 80-835 Poland
The Crane in Gdańsk is a spectacular example of a medieval port crane, unique on an European scale; it is also the only surviving twin-tower gate in Gdańsk. The immediately identifiable silhouette of the Crane has become world-famous symbol of both the city of Gdańsk and of its seaport. It was mainly thanks to crane Gdansk could be a Hanseatic power in medieval times