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This street was heavily bombed in WWII but has been re-built to look as it did before. At the Golden Gate entrance to the street there are photographs of what it looked like in 1945. The difference is pretty astounding. The street, especially down by...More
And it comes with a price: it is busy. Another fellow reviewer quantified it as the busiest street in the world, obviously an overstatement. Considering this is the main plaza of Gdansk’s old town this is not as busy as piazza Navona or Rome or...More
Rebuilt after being devastated in WW2 and done so beautifully. Well worth a visit at any time.
Lots of stalls/shops trying to sell you amber but rather expensive. Having said that it has a great ambience.
This is the go to place.The buildings, the busyness, the colours, the history - a must see!!
A short walk from the harbour and the main central hub for restaurants.
Lots of great street artists too (musicians) which really help create a lovely atmosphere.
Very nice. Lots of restaurants and shops with tourist prices of course. You can buy a tour on a short cruise or rent a small boat. From beginning to end a good thirty minutes walk depending on the number of people. Very popular ! A...More
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I am not an expert but that is what I know. The rich merchants wanted to display their wealth as creatively as possible, that is why every house had a different color. An other sign of their creativity were the roofs... More
I am not an expert but that is what I know. The rich merchants wanted to display their wealth as creatively as possible, that is why every house had a different color. An other sign of their creativity were the roofs top. when you look carefully you will notice that every rooftop is different.