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Reviewed 1 week ago

It is an interesting street to walk along, with lots of small shops, but also to see all the old houses, in various different states of restoration. Quiet and calm.

Thank 416Traveller2013
Reviewed 1 week ago

As I read everywhere that this is the most beautiful street in Gdansk I was expecting something truly amazing. With that in mind it was a slight disappointment, because it's not that special. Still, it's a pretty little street with a cosy feeling to it,...More

Thank Pikkuaalto
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A whole street with the same amber jewellery in every store exept Moja Forma; who also has jewellery from some talented up'n-coming designers such as Dorota Kos. Would come back because of that.

Thank Maggie G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is the place where you should go to get amber. This peculiar street is full or art jewellery which is a perfect gift from Gdańsk, you can see that the stores have the certificate to prove its real amber.

Thank Edamc
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is absolutely the most beautiful street in whole Gdańsk! Colourful tenements, market stalls full of art and jewellery. Great place to be!

Thank ola b
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a fantastic street to spend 20 minutes strolling and seeing the amazing amber jewellery. There is no pressure from the shops and the product is amazing, really nice architecture and buildings to enjoy. Also go to the church at the end of the...More

Thank Simon G
Reviewed June 11, 2018 via mobile

Great street away from the main area but with market type stalls selling jewellery and bags. Lots of nice cafes and bars. Wirth a stop

Thank PaulaJ0nes
Reviewed June 9, 2018 via mobile

Is what our city tour guide told us about this street. The details down to the Cobblestone takes one to another era while walking.

Thank Dave B
Reviewed June 6, 2018 via mobile

Great little street full of Amber, if you like Amber you will love it here! There are a couple of other little shops as well. There are also a couple of cafes along here that you can leave your husband at while you browse the...More

Thank mum2twingrls
Reviewed June 1, 2018

I love Amber Jewellery so had planned to visit here and what I found was a cute street of jewellery shops/stalls and cafes, located in historical buildings and whether you are interested in purchasing jewellery or not it is certainly worth a quick stroll through.

Thank Lesleyjc38
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Response from Kevin C | Reviewed this property |
A couple of little tucked away coffee shops worth visiting and there's literacka at the top on the right does lovely food with a fantastic selection of wines 👍
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Zoelle
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Response from LukaszBrussels | Reviewed this property |
I lived in the Old Town for few years. In the summer you can expect some moderate noises at night. Although, there are no pubs, just few cafes, people tend to walk there until late in the night. In the winter it's a calm... More
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