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Hotel Sadova, Gdańsk
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Long Market

The Gdansk Old Town – Long Market – is the most elegant place in Gdansk. The historic buildings surrounding the Gdansk Old Town belonged to the most venerable patricians, wealthy merchants and high officials. The grand town hall is located on the square, whose other leading attraction is the famous Neptune Fountain, which dates back to the 17th century.
Long Market
The Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, popularly known as St. Mary's Church, is an historic Gothic church located near the Old City. It is the third-largest temple in the world constructed of brick. The Basilica is also distinctive on account of its massive bell tower and slender corner towers.

Westerplatte

Along one side of the Still Vistula (Martwa Wisła) lies Westerplatte peninsula, site of the first battle of World War II, known in Poland as the Defence of Westerplatte. It’s a symbol of the outbreak of World War II and Polish resistance to Nazi aggression. During 1926-1939, Westerplatte peninsula, though it lay within the Free City of Gdansk, belonged to the Republic of Poland. The Polish Military Transit Depot was located there during this period. Currently, the peninsula’s main point of interest is the Statue to the Defenders of Westerplatte, which resembles a giant jagged bayonet stuck into the ground. Pope John Paul II met 38 Westerplatte defenders and youth here in 1987.
Westerplatte
The European Solidarity Centre

The European Solidarity Centre

The European Solidarity Centre conducts research, education, publishing and exhibition activity (e.g. the “Road to Freedom” exhibit as well as temporary and outdoor exhibits). The Centre’s mission is to “popularize the heritage of the Solidarity movement in Poland and other countries and actively taking part in building the European identity”. The building contains a permanent exhibition presenting the contemporary history of Poland as well as the rise of Solidarity and its heritage. In addition to the permanent exhibition, the Centre houses a library, a media library, a year-round garden and a bookshop.

The Crane

The Crane over Motlawa river is definitely the most recognised symbol of Gdansk. It is the biggest middle age port crane in Europe, which currently holds a branch of the Central Maritime Museum. Visitors may enjoy an exhibition presenting everyday life of the port city during its prime period (16th – 18th century). During that time Gdansk was the most rapidly developing Baltic port – the city was even called “the bread basket of Europe”.
The Crane
World War II Museum

World War II Museum

The Museum of the Second World War is built on a lot at Władysław Bartoszewski Square near the centre of the city.The building has about 23,000 square metres of floor area, of which the space reserved for the permanent exhibition covers around 5,000 square metres. This exhibition uses the most modern methods to present the Second World War from the perspective of big-power politics but, primarily, through the fates of ordinary people. It is not limited to the experiences of Poles, but recount those of other nations. Apart from the main exhibition space, 1,000 square metres are devoted to temporary shows. The museum’s mission is also to serve as a centre of education, culture and research.
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Brand new
10 minute easy walk to the Old Town. Reliable WiFi. Good breakfast. Limited but decent gym (no free weights, just Cardio machines). The entire place is almost brand new. All in all a great value. 
Emre,
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Beautiful hotel
Clean and tidy rooms with a very nice looking bathroom. Cleaning staff was always on time, efficient and very polite. The rest of the staff was flawless when it came to service overall. They Were always helpfull, and glad to assist in any guidance about the Town and/or information about the hotel or special personal needs. 
Thomas,
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