Gdańsk is among the most visited cities in Poland, received 3.4 million tourists per year according to data collected in 2019. The city also hosts St. Dominic's Fair , which dates back to 1260,  and is regarded as one of the biggest trade and cultural events in Europe. 
Now, these are rare to find in city centers, although a few still remain. If you want to try a cheap, local meal or want to take part in a Polish tradition, Bar Neptun is one of the best milk bars in Gdansk. Main Town Hall. Visit the museum and/or take in the view from the top of the tower. Neptune Fountain.
Gdańsk, German Danzig, city, capital of Pomorskie województwo (province), northern Poland, situated at the mouth of the Vistula River on the Baltic Sea. First mentioned as a Polish city in 997 or 999, Gdańsk was part of the Polish diocese of Włocławek, as noted in a papal bull of 1148. It was granted municipal autonomy in 1260 and developed as a trade centre. In 1308 the Teutonic Knights ...
One of Poland’s most beautiful cities, Gdansk, on the Baltic Sea, has played major roles in history, especially in the 20th-century. It was the 1939 flash point of World War II, and then in 1980, the birthplace of the Solidarnosc labor movement, ushering the end of Communist domination in Eastern Europe.
A City of Freedom and Solidarity. With a tradition spanning over 1,000 years, Poland’s maritime capital and one of the largest ports on the Baltic Sea is today a unique metropolis that has always been characterised by a spirit of freedom and courage. Gdańsk’s motto, the Latin saying Nec temere, nec timide, perfectly expresses the character ...
Ride Amber Sky. Amber Sky, located on Ołowianka island, is one of the biggest attractions of Gdansk. This 50-meter tall ferries wheel offers some amazing views of Gdansk and beyond. The ride takes around 15 minutes and surely is an unforgettable experience.