Miejsce szzegolne aczkolwiek jesli ktos chce wrocic do centrum autobusem powinien zakupic bilet powrotny za wczasu gdyz kierowca autobusu ktorym chcielismy wrocic nie mial biletow i byl wyjatkowo nieuprzejmy.
Not a lot to see but worth the visit on the water tram. You get off the tram go round the monument and get the return water tram when it arrived. If you stay on the water tram you only see the top of the memorial above the tree tops.
Nice place to visit and get to know more of the history of Poland. Place is surrounded by a nice park area which is a bit desserted. Enjoyed possibility to walk around the barac ruins. Had a bit higher expectations. There are lots of information stands - but those are not very interractive so one might get bored pretty soon. Some pathways are closed or surounded by high fences.
Worth a visit, very important historic sight. Get the boat out to it, visit the sights and monument but give yourself time when agreeing the return time on the boat. We though the hour would be enough but it wasn't.
Incredible piece of WWII history is the old Westerplatte barracks. The visit is low key, but offers a peaceful walk on the Baltic coast that boasts numerous history kiosks (in English, Polish, and German), a series of structures (pill boxes, bunkers, and buildings), and of course the mightily tall memorial. I highly recommend a visit to Westerplatte, the birth of WWII, for any history buff.
Don't trust google map and the traffic information on it. Update your traffic info before you go to Gdansk (although it would be tough) or else you would go to other side of the strait and there is no ferry to cross it.
The hostess was very helpful and always available. Apartment itself is excatly as on the photos! There ise everything for cooking and eating, including sugar-salt and some extra spices. Everything was very clean 🙂 Main attractions in old town are really a short walk away. A suggestion for all visitors - when you have time, go see Westerplatte, a place where WWII started! It’s a bit more than 10 km from apartment.
The Hotel is located in the heart of old Gdansk, close to the main street 'Dluga' and the largest brick built church in Europe - St Mary's. It's only a short walk to the attractions of the Old Town and to the river, where you can pick up a pirate boat for a cruise to Westerplatte, historic site of the start of WWII.