Once a key member of the Hanseatic League, Gdansk was a free city for a long time, where Prussian and Polish influences mixed together. Now, and then, it was considered as one of the most beautiful Baltic Cities. The Solidarity movement, which brought the end of communism, was born in this very city, with Lech Wałęsa as the leader. The European Solidarity Centre not only explains the historic aspects of the solidarity movement but helps to make you “feel” what happened.
In August, you can come to St. Dominic’s fair which is similar to Weihnachtsmarkt and Oktoberfest when it comes to both the size and popularity. We can’t forget about Baltic gold – Amber. Beautiful amber jewellery make the perfect souvenir to remember this great city by. All of these give Gdańsk a place among top 20 Best European Destinations for 2017.


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Our office is located in Zamoyskiego Street 31/18 in Kraków

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