1 day in Gdansk – what should you see?

Gdansk is a beautiful city of Poland which belongs to the Tricity. Except Gdansk, it includes Sopot and Gdynia. When you visit Gdańsk, you’ll notice visible Gothic and Renaissance influences. Despite that it is situated on the coast of the Baltic Sea.

Best places to visit in Gdansk

It is not likely to visit Gdańsk in one day owing to it is a large city. However, if you don’t have more time, without a doubt you should visit the beautiful Old Town. It boast so many tourist attractions such as the famous promenade street of Polish kings – Royal Way. This is a path from the old city gate to the Motlawa river. Walking along this route you will see the Golden Gate, the Torture House, the Prison Tower and Neptune’s Fountain. One of the main symbol of this city is The Neptune Fountain. The Fountain is located on the Long Market in the most representative part of the city. Every year many visitors take pictures in front of this Roman God’s sculpture.

Where to visit in Gdańsk for 1 day? During your visit to Gdansk, do not forget to visit St. Mary’s Church considered one of the oldest churches in the world. Its interior and exterior is an interesting architectural object, for instance a big wooden 15th century astronomical clock. Throughout your trip to Gdańsk keep in mind about The Old Armoury, or Artus Court.

What is the best time to visit Gdańsk?

Undoubtedly, the best time to visit Gdansk will be the turn of July and August. Then we will be able to participate in St. Dominic’s Fair. The primary attraction is a large market with local and foreign sellers who sell among others handmade goods and antiques. What is more, it is accompanied by cultural events, such as concerts, competitions, street theatre.

We are aware that during a one-day trip, it is impossible to visit everything. That is why by choosing the Segway tour in Gdańsk you can visit and see more in a fairly short time, depending on which option you choose.