Gdańsk is more than a thousand years old, the capital of the Pomerania Region, and one of the largest cities in Poland. Amber, sea, unique monuments, extraordinary scenery and a close relationship with nature have shaped the city of Gdańsk through many centuries. Gdańsk is the birthplace of the Solidarity movement, which started the fight against totalitarianism. In Gdańsk, the spirit of freedom join forces with the spirit of modernity. Gdańsk is a city of creative and active people, and offers tourists great diversity: History and monuments, magical amber, relaxation and spas, elegant restaurants and cafés. It is no wonder, contemporary Gdańsk is called the Pearl of the North.

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Quick facts
Languag Polish
Distance from pier to city center 5-6 km
Transportation to/from airport 12 km to the Lech Walesa International Gdansk Airport (GDN) from the city centre. Services: shuttle bus, taxis, car rentals and public transport bus (no. 210).
Currency Polish zloty
PORT INFORMATION & PORT PICTURES
Berthing policy: Information available here
Pier 1
Max LOA: 240 m
Max depth: 9,30 m
Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic): passenger, cargo
Fenders available (brand and type): yes
Bollard strenght: yes
Info on tides: no tides
Info on wind: yes
Info on currents: N/A
Restrictions: ships up to 240 m
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PORT FEES
Harbour dues (Currency/GT): 0,13 EUR/GT
Passenger dues (Currency/PAX): 1,10 EUR /PAX
All prices are subject to change. Cruise Baltic cannot be held liable for any port fees stated on the website. Please contact port for additional information.
PORT SERVICE STANDARDS TOOL
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GUEST EXPERIENCE STANDARDS
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Guest Experience Standards
The Cruise Baltic Guest Experience Standards indicate service touchpoints available for cruise guests at each of our destinations. An overview of the services available in the Baltic Sea region is also available in pdf. The Cruise Baltic destinations are committed to give guests the World’s greatest cruise experience.
Pier
Port
Independent guest reception and help
Signed route from pier to city centre and/or public transport
There is no signs on the pier, but the nearest bus stop is located about 300-400 m from the ship outside port area
Tourist information (office or maps) in port area
Free Wi-Fi in port
Transport
Free shuttle available
Shuttle transport is usually organized by Cruise Line
Publicly regulated taxis
Special agreements between Port Authority and Taxi company with fixed prices
Shopping & Attractions
Shops open on Sundays
Shops offer flexible opening hours for cruise guests
Depends of individual agreement between tour operator and shops
Museums offer flexible opening hours for cruise guests
Depends of individual agreement between tour operator and museums
Shops accept credit card payment with no lower limit
Destination has special offers for crew
City Cards for sale
Available at the city center
Destination collaboration
Education of tourism partners on the cruise guest
Possiblity for special arrangements and flexibility
Destination video available for Cruise Lines
Turnaround facilities
Scandic Hotel(s) in city
Cruise-ready hotels
Direct flights to USA
Available from Warsaw located 320 km away from Gdansk
Airport less than one hour drive from port
12 km away from the port pier
Airport less than one hour drive from city centre
Free Wi-Fi in airport
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DOWNLOADABLE PHOTOS
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Selected attractions
Długa Street and Long Market : The Royal Route, street upon street of houses with renaissance facades.
The Crane over the Motława River : The largest port crane in medieval Europe built in 1444.
St. Mary’s Street: Exquisite, historic Gdańsk urban planning with terraced entrances and richly decorated facades.
St. Mary’s Basilica: Largest gothic brick church in the world: ”The Crown of Gdańsk”. In constant development from 1343 to 1502.
Oliwa Cathedral : The longest church in Poland (107 m), home to the world famous Rococo organs.
Exciting Extras
Roads to Freedom: Multimedia exhibition in the historic Gdańsk Shipyard, history of Poland 1956-1989, the fight for freedom.
Zoological Garden: An attractive recreation and educational site located in the picturesque Tri-City landscape park.
Wisloujscie Fortress: 17th century unique monument of the fortifications, right by the harbour canal.
PGE Arena Gdańsk : Modern football stadium, constructed for the UEFA Euro 2012, the exterior is designed to resemble amber.
Varied Shore Excursions
CLASSIC & POPULAR
Old Town : Walk by: Golden Gate, Fountain of Neptune, Artus Court, Green Gate, Crane, St. Mary’s Basilica and more.
Old Town & Oliwa : One of the oldest districts in Gdańsk with the famous Cathedral, surrounded by beautiful Oliwa Park. On route: The historic Old Town.
Old Town & Solidarity Route: Visit key points from the Solidarity era: St. Bridget’s Church, the Monument of the Killed Shipyard Workers, ‘Roads to Freedom’ Exhibition. On route: Historic Old Town.
Malbork Castle: Huge brick castle on the river, one of Europe’s most imposing medieval defensive structures. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Events
Open’er Festival 2017
From 01-07-2017 to 04-07-2017
Gdansk
Music
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NOTE: The precise dates of this event are not yet available, and will be confirmed closer to the date
Baltic Sail 2017
From 02-07-2017 to 05-07-2017
Gdansk
Other
balticsail.pl
NOTE: The precise dates of this event are not yet available, and will be confirmed closer to the date
Baltic Sail 2018
From 02-07-2018 to 05-07-2017
Gdansk
Other
balticsail.pl
NOTE: The precise dates of this event are not yet available, and will be confirmed closer to the date
Contact
Port of Gdansk
Michal Stupak
Marketing Specialist
michal.stupak@portgdansk.pl
Phone +48 587 379 628
Mobile +48 609 683 841
18 Zamknieta Str
80-955 Gdansk Poland
Gdansk Tourist Organization
Bartlomiej Barski
Operations Department Manager
bartlomiej.barski@visitgdansk.com
Phone +48 888 163 661
Uczniowska 22 St.
Gdansk 80-530 Poland
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