A SPECIAL PLACE
Gdańsk is a lively metropolis with vibrant culture and business life, known as ‘the pearl of the Baltic Sea’. It is a port city, with a picturesque waterfront and chequered history. Built on the power of hanseatic league, it is strongly influenced by international culture.
We can safely say that the Tri-city agglomeration, consisting of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot, is a true jewel in the crown of the north. Situated in a place where the main overland, sea and air communication routes meet, it is an attractive haven for any traveller.
– the historic capital of mercantile Poland, nowadays rising to its former potential.
CULTURE, TOURISM, BUSINESS
Every year the Polish Baltic Philharmonic, Baltic Opera and the Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre host hundreds of thousands of domestic and foreign visitors. The location by the Baltic Sea and the rich history of the city, that dates back to the middle ages attract millions of tourists.
While Gdańsk is visited especially eagerly in the summer, it is a very popular destination among the business tourists during the remainder of the year. High number of available conference facilities like ErgoArena, AmberExpo, Gdansk Science and Technology Park and many more ensure a constant activity in the Tri-city’s hotel industry.
GDAŃSK – THE GRANARY ISLAND
The Granary Island is a special place in the heart of Gdańsk.
In the immediate surroundings of the Nowa Motława investment there are numerous restaurants, culture and entertainment facilities, as well as the most important of the city’s monuments.
The unique location of the investment provides both comfort and accessibility.
GDAŃSK ATTRACTS MILLIONS OF TOURISTS
Over six thousand of business meetings every year
Specialized medical facilities with an international offer
Over half a million of people attending fairs and conferences
in 15 minutes you will reach
- Długa Street, with The Neptune Fountain, The Polish Baltic Philharmonic
- The Żuraw Crane, housing the seat of one of the branches of National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk
- The European Solidarity Centre and war time fortifications
- Górki Zachodnie beach, The Monument to the Defenders of the Coast on Westerplatte peninsula, Ptasi Raj bird sanctuary
- The airport and the Gdańsk Główny railway station
- 4 hospitals, 5 higher education facilities, 6 shopping centres
- The speedway stadium, the PGE Arena stadium and the Ergo Arena sport and entertainment arena