Gdansk holiday rentals
Gdansk is described as having a very unique feel to it, almost as if it has its own exclusive status within Poland, but this just adds to the charm of this vibrant city in the heart of the Polish region of Pomerania. After centuries as a Port city, the sphere of influence from other lands such as Germany and other Baltic countries have embedded themselves into Gdansk, with its distinctively un-Polish architecture after the destruction of the Second World War, the city was forced to reinvent itself. This successful revival is portrayed by the lively atmosphere here and now attracts millions of tourists to also experience it. When booking a holiday apartment in Gdansk you will experience a new kind of vibe different from most European cities.
Gdansk is a splash of colour in Poland with some culinary surprises
Start by walking through the cobbled streets of the centre, taking in the sights of the red-brick churches, elegant and colourful buildings, whilst exploring cafés and intriguing museums. A holiday in Gdansk is suitable for everyone. If you feel peckish then there are plenty of street stalls with traditional Polish cuisine, such as Polish dumplings, and sometimes accompanied by talented street musicians. Then you can make your way down to the port, where you can experience a pleasure-boat cruise and view some maritime history before disembarking to visit one of the dockside beer gardens before returning to your Polish holiday home.
Gdansk has its own unique treasures in the city for you to discover. There is the beautiful Neptune fountain and the historical and impressive golden gate. From the Kazimierz Reservoir, a view point on Sobieszwo Island, you will get a fantastic panoramic shot of the surrounding area. And if you are partial to beer, there is the city’s beer trail awaiting you. Not to mention the beaches along the coast, the parks around the centre and the festivals throughout the year, this place has everything you could want when booking a holiday home in Poland.
Discover Poland’s fascinating history when you rent a holiday home in Gdansk
Paths to freedom exhibition: permanent exhibition dedicated to the history of the Solidarity and Oppositionist movements that stimulated democratic changes everywhere in Central and Eastern Europe. Visitors will see historical exhibits, have access to multiple resources from multimedia to paper documents and artifacts. There is something for everyone here.
With the best transport links in the north, it’s also an ideal launch pad for much of the Polish Baltic coast and many other inland attractions. Nearby cities such as Gdynia and Sopot are easily reachable. If you feel a bit more adventurous why not travel to Jastarnia and enjoy the scenery. Just on the border of Poland you will also find Lithuania. Gdansk has its own airport, therefore you won’t have to travel far to reach your holiday home in Gdansk.