Gdansk at a glance
Because the Tri-City area (made up of Gdansk, beach resort Sopot and modern port Gdynia) has a thousand years of maritime history, glorious Hanseatic architecture and a trendy Baltic vibe.
Thriving Dluga Street, with shops, bars, restaurants and street performers, which extends from the Golden Gate down to the Town Hall.
You probably didn’t know
The wooden pier at Sopot is the longest in Europe, stretching for 511m.
The Rainbow Thief (1990), starring Peter O’Toole and Omar Sharif, was filmed in Gdansk.
- Population: 750,000
- Annual visitor numbers: 7.8 million (2014)
- January mean temperature: -2°C
- August mean temperature: 18°C
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