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What should I know before visiting Gdansk?
Gdansk has a fascinating medieval history
While much of Poland’s recent history is centred around World War II, the port city of Gdansk is teeming with architecture and artefacts that date back to the Middle Ages. Immerse yourself in the Polish Middle Ages by visiting attractions such as the Medieval Crane and the Green Gate between your return flights to Gdansk.
Gdansk is a stone’s throw away from the world’s largest castle
While holidaying on flights to Gdansk, plan a day trip out of the city to the nearby Malbork Castle. Not only is this the largest castle in Poland – it’s the largest in the world by land area. Malbork Castle is a stunning example of the region’s medieval influence and is a must-see for architecture buffs who book flights to Gdansk.
Gdansk is perfect for budget travellers
While nearby cities like Berlin and Copenhagen can drain your bank account if you don’t budget properly, Gdansk is the ideal getaway for budget travellers. After booking cheap flights to Gdansk, reserve accommodation through Webjet for nightly rates starting from about $30 AUD. Many top attractions in Gdansk are free to visit, and meals from local restaurants average about 20 zloty ($7.50 AUD).
What are Gdansk’s most famous landmarks and monuments?
St Mary’s Church
St Mary’s is a Roman Catholic church that was constructed during the Middle Ages. It’s the largest church in Gdansk and one of the largest brick churches in the world. St Mary’s is home to an impressive 31 chapels as well as beautifully designed frescoes, stained glass windows, and its most recognisable element – a 78-metre tower. If you’re looking for a panoramic city view while holidaying on flights to Gdansk, head to the top of the tower where there’s an observation deck. Tickets to Gdansk’s largest church and its tower cost 10 zloty ($3.75 AUD).
Neptune’s Fountain is one of the most iconic landmarks to visit between return flights to Gdansk. It features a bronze statue of Neptune, the Roman god of the sea. The fountain reflects Gdansk’s proximity to the coastline and its importance as a Polish port city. During WWII, the fountain was partially damaged; however it was spared from being fully destroyed after it was taken apart and hidden until 1957. Neptune’s Fountain is located on Long Market and is one of the most central landmarks to see while holidaying on cheap flights to Gdansk.
Golden House is one of Gdansk’s most notable buildings and is considered by many to be the city’s most beautiful. Since its construction in 1609, Golden House has been the home to many local mayors. The exterior of the house features gilded stone statues that represent significant battle scenes and classic figures like Cleopatra and Oedipus. Golden House was damaged during WWII, but it was later restored. While holidaying on flights to Gdansk, you can see Golden House in all its gilded glory.
When is the best time to visit Gdansk?
If you’re looking for nice weather and lots of outdoor time, consider booking airfare to Gdansk between June and August. This is summer in Poland when local temperatures reach about 22°C during the day. Summer is widely considered the best time to book return flights to Gdansk; however, it’s also the busiest tourist season. Gdansk doesn’t experience overwhelming crowds like some of its European neighbours, but it does get busy. If you book airfare to Gdansk in summer, make sure you book accommodation early as hotels can book up quickly.
If you’re looking to escape the crowds, plan a spring or autumn trip to Gdansk. While nighttime temperatures can cool down to about 4°C, you’ll experience brisk weather of about 11° to 17°C between April and May or September and October. Autumn is an especially magical time to book tickets to Gdansk as the trees come alive with vibrant foliage.
Winter is cold in Poland with temperatures often dropping below 0°C and regular snowfall. While you can’t do much outdoor exploring, you can benefit from minimal crowds and lower hotel prices if you book cheap flights to Gdansk in winter. Spend your days exploring the museums and warm up in the pub at night with a local beer and a plate of pierogies.
How much time should I spend in Gdansk?
Gdansk is a compact city that’s possible to explore in about three days. After arriving at Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport (GDN), spend a few days in the city, then head into the countryside to explore some impressive Polish national parks. Continue your adventure by booking flights from Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport (GDN) to other popular destinations in Eastern Europe, including Krakow, Poland or Budapest, Hungary.