Central Maritime Museum
At the time of research the main annexe of the museum, right next door to the Gdańsk Crane, was undergoing an extensive, €8.6 million...
MS Sołdek is a museum ship moored in front of the granaries. Once you’re on board and past the fairly dull introductory video, you can...
Just beyond the modest Gate of the Holy Spirit (Brama Św Ducha) on the waterfront rises the oh-so conspicuous Gdańsk Crane. Built in...
Baltic Philharmonic Hall
The usual home of chamber music concerts also organises many of the major music festivals throughout the year.
Restauracja Pod Łososiem
Founded in 1598 and particularly famous for its salmon dishes, this is one of Gdańsk’s oldest and most highly regarded restaurants. Red...
Lonely Planet review
Occupying a red-brick corner of the Philharmonia building facing the Targ Rybny across the river, the cooks here dabble in Heston Blumenthal–style molecular cuisine to admirable effect. If you came to Pomerania to glut out on braised flesh and ale, then the fernickety creations here will disappoint with their finesse, attention to detail and obsessive focus on taste.