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Address: ul. Szeroka 20-21 Apartment 8 0, Gdansk, Poland
Welcome to our 38 square meter modern apartment, situated 100m from the heart of the town centre of Gdansk. The apartment can sleep up to five people and consists of two rooms. One with a double bed and sofa bed. The other, has a double bed.
Enjoy the historic cultural flavour of the towns diverse attractions, from the architecture, museums and retail outlets of Amber jewellery, to the vibrant nightlife and restaurants. Visit our seaside town of Sopot and relax on the wonderful beaches. Whatever your desire, we have it here. We are an English, German and Polish speaking family. We offer transfers to and from the airport (subject to availability and an extra cost of 40.00Pln each way.) Choose to travel to Gdansk, which is Poland's major historic trading port, if you want a holiday filled with visual delights. The best thing about a holiday in Gdansk is strolling the streets of the old quarter to admire the beautiful buildings which were sympathetically restored after being laid waste during bombings in World War II. Gdansk also has a lively waterfront area where tourists congregate in pavement cafes and excellent restaurants. A holiday in Gdansk is for anyone who enjoys an interesting, relaxing city break, or is interested in exploring Europe's great historic cities. The richest architecture is visible in the historic quarter of the Main Town. Its main thoroughfare, known as the Royal Way, is spectacular. Lined with magnificent buildings featuring beautifully painted facades and entered through grand stone gateways at either end, this was the route along which the Polish Kings paraded during their visits. The most splendid faade in town belongs to the Golden House, one of Gdasks most impressive buildings, along with the Town Hall and Artus Court. In front of the Court, the gathering place of the old merchants, stands the Renaissance-style Neptunes Fountain. Along the waterfront with its fashionable restaurants and cafes, the huge Gdask Crane dominates the promenade, the largest crane in medieval Europe and today housing the Maritime Museum.