Dear all, welcome to Gdansk! During my recent trip around Poland, I had the chance to visit this important city in the north of the country and blessed by the Baltic sea.
I have to admit, I never thought Gdansk would be so interesting. Honestly, this city doesn’t even seems to be polish, as it has a special and unique architecture that reminded me a mix of Copenhagen and Amsterdam, Bremen and Brugges.
Gdansk is a well preserved city yet with a strong touristy activity: the main streets are crowded with travelers and close to the channels it is, even, hard to walk… anyway it has a reason, Gdansk is definitely worth to visit and stay a few days discovering the little side streets with its unique vibe.
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