Best Things To Do in Gdansk, Poland

Have you ever visited a new place and felt ‘wow’ about it? For many visitors, it happens at Gdansk.

Gdansk may not be as popular as other cities in Poland, but don’t let that fool you. Gdansk is a smaller but beautiful upcoming tourist destination that is worth a visit. You will be surprised by some of the unique things to do and places you can explore at this hidden destination.

You might wish to revisit it someday again, to take a break and relax at Gdansk.

If you have plans to visit Poland and are not sure if Gdansk should be included in your itinerary, keep reading. In this list, we have put together some of the things to do in Gdansk and around. We have a hunch that if you include this city in your travel plans, you will be thrilled you did so.

Tourist Attractions in Gdansk

Here is the list of things to do in Gdansk and tourist attractions in city.

  1. St Marys Church

    Address: Podkramarska 5, 80-834 Gdańsk, Poland

    St Mary’s Church is believed to be the biggest old brick church in the world and can be found in the middle of Old Town. It is 105m long, 66m high and the enormous squat tower is 78m high. 25000 people can easily be accommodated in this incredible building. 
  2. Old Town Hall

    Historical Site, Architecture , Hall

    Address: Bielańska, 80-849 Gdańsk, Poland

    Built as a red brick structure, the Old Town Hall is a quaint small building located in the beautiful port city of Gdansk, Poland. The town hall is worth a visit with your group of friends and family in order to witness one of the quaintest and well-built staircase, ceiling and furniture from the late 15th century. Built in the year 1327, the Ol...Read more
  3. St Bridgets Church

    Address: ul. Profesorska, 17, Gdansk, Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland

    This church was founded 700 years ago and after the destruction in 1945 when the building was almost entirely destroyed, the building stood almost desolate until 1970. There’s almost nothing remaining of the original building, but it creates a stark reminder of the impact of human actions. 
  4. Spiritus Sanctus

    Address: Grobla I 13, Gdańsk, Poland

    If you are getting bored of the usual beer and vodka, head to this fantastic wine bar, just don’t expect a wine list. Ask the well-versed waiters to suggest a tipple which you can sip while taking in the incredible decor.  Phone number:+48 58 320 70 19
  5. Cafe Ferber

    Address: Długa 77/78, Gdańsk, Poland

    The scarlet interior of this cafe contrasts wonderfully with its comfortable brown arm chairs and you’ll soon forget that you were just in the historic main street of Gdansk. You can linger over an international wine, interesting cocktail or a cup of well made coffee. Phone Number :- +48 58 301 55 66
  6. National Museum

    Address: Toruńska 1, Gdańsk, Poland

    National Museum is one of the best museums in Poland and located in a former Franciscan monastery. The museum boasts a wide variety of Polish and international crafts, such as wood carvings, porcelain, faience and furniture. Phone Number :- 58 301 68 04
  7. Oliwa Cathedral

    Church

    Address: Biskupa Edmunda Nowickiego 5, Gdańsk, Poland

    Oliwa Cathedral is an important and one of a kind example of ecclesiastical architecture. The facade is a striking composition of a central Baroque portion squeezed between two slender octagonal Gothic towers. 
  8. Restauracja Kubicki

    Address: Wartka 5, Gdańsk, Poland

    This family run restaurant has been around since 1918 and continues to serve fantastic fresh fish, priced by weight. There is an extensive wine list and a great view while you dine at the oldest continually run restaurant in the city. Phone Number :- +48 58 301 00 50
  9. Green Way Restaurant

    Address: ul. Dluga | Stare Miasto, Gdansk, Poland

    Green Way serves organic and vegetarian food which ranges from Mexican goulash to soy cutlets in a charming, folksy, yellow and blue space. Even non-vegetarians eat here, the food is that good.