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Dluga Street (ul. Dluga)

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Dluga Street (ul. Dluga)

2,017 Reviews
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Discover Gdańsk from a water perspective on board a replica of a Polish river boat used for over 400 years. An intimate, wooden and spacious 12-seater boat will take you to places unavailable to large ships, and thanks to the low number of passengers you'll feel at ease and special. You will start the cruise from the former areas of the Gdańsk Shipyard, which once was a workplace for nearly 18,000 people and unavailable to visitors for over 170 years. <br>Next, you'll go on a cruise on Motława - the center of the Old Town. You will see many tourist attractions, including the ruins of the Teutonic castle, water gates leading to the city, the famous wooden crane from the 15th century, charming old tenement houses and their new setting. You will follow a route that will also show you monuments and new buildings of the Ołowianka Island and the Granary Island. <br>This trip is also a unique and only opportunity to see up close specialist vessels, Gdansk cranes.
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Bashar K wrote a review Sep 2020
Stockholm, Sweden46 contributions14 helpful votes
Being in Gdansk without spending some time here is like to going to vegas without playing in a casino 😉 Here all kind of restaurants, cafés and bars are spread all over the area, not only the two sides of this main street, but also in all smaller ways connected to the main street. One pf it's ends is blocked with the grand gate from the 16th century and the other side is extending to a couple of hundred meters after crossing the river. Leave half a day at least in your visit planning to enjoy walking, having coffee or even dinner in one of the places here. Afternoon and evenings are the best times to visit. ENJOY IT
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Date of experience: September 2020
marekp59 wrote a review Sep 2020
Gdansk, Poland1,775 contributions69 helpful votes
427/5000 While in Gdańsk, it is impossible not to be on Długa Street. Well, it's a street on the royal route from the Golden Gate to the Green Gate and it's impossible to miss it. Beautifully rebuilt after being destroyed during World War II. It is worth being there in low season or when there are no crowds of tourists. Every experienced admirer knows what it means ;-) it's really worth being there! The gables of tenement houses, various architectural details are worth recommending!
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Date of experience: August 2020
Daniel R wrote a review Jul 2020
Slagelse, Denmark125 contributions20 helpful votes
The old German dutch inspirered buildings are every where in this part of the city. They are highly maintained and you can pretty much walk around taking in the atmosphere without being interrupted by facers or begars like other tourist places in Europe. I highly value that. There are small supermarked where you can get cheap food or go to the waterside and dine at more fashionable restaurants. City has a good vipe. Will be comming back for a second trip.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Malgorzata wrote a review May 2020
8,258 contributions512 helpful votes
It is a representative Gdańsk Street, running through the Srodmiescie district. Its extension is the Long Market. In the 13th century it served as a merchant's tract. Dluga street and Long Market have always been a part of the city inhabited by the wealthiest. Tenement houses belonged to the most noble patricians, merchants and people holding high offices. Because of the solemn parades that took place here in the years 1457–1552 they were called the Royal Road . It was here that spacious quarters were rented to Polish kings, and on the occasion of the holidays of the royal family, roaring fireworks were made. The appearance of the street has changed over the centuries. In 1945, Dluga Street was completely destroyed, and today, after reconstruction, it is a tourist attraction. There is only pedestrian traffic on the street.There are fairytale tenement houses on this street, and one of the most beautiful is the Uphagen House ,Dluga 12, with its original design, and also Ferber House and Schumann's house. On the tenement house at 61 Dluga Street there is a frieze from the 1950s, depicting the life of old Gdansk, townspeople feasting and discussing in the foreground, town houses outlines, a quay with barrels and ships on Motlawa. Its authors were Edward Roguszczak and Stanisław Mizerski.I can't imagine visiting Gdansk without going down Dluga street. Gorgeous.
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Date of experience: August 2019
Chelsea B wrote a review Apr 2020
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom1,777 contributions495 helpful votes
The main places to see are focused around Dluga Street, which is really the heart of the city, with gates bookending either end.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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