Murale Gdansk Zaspa

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Murale Gdansk Zaspa
4.5
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The 59 piece collection of monumental murals painted by artists from all around the world since 1997. The largest murals are 36 meters high. Variety of styles, techniques, themes, and colors. Free guided tours in July and August. Art, murals, history, architecture and other trivia. The tours are led by local guides living in the Zaspa neighborhood. The tours start in Pilotow 10 street. For information, call or visit the Cultural Information Point in Dlugi Targ 39/40, right next to the Neptune fountain.
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UriusT
Vilnius, Lithuania710 contributions
Exceptional
Oct 2021
Zaspa is the best example of how to cure the monotony and depression of Soviet bloc flats. Vibrant, massive murals adorn the side walls of most buildings in the neighborhood. Most being located on the Western edge of the area, running north-south. This is a must visit spot, easy to reach by tram from the center and talking only 2-3 hours to see everything and travel round trip.
Written October 11, 2021
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Kasia K
Poznan, Poland42 contributions
See the beauty of the street art!
Jun 2021
You can go to Zaspa by tram. Leave at the Startowa tram stop and go to the Pilotów Street. It is an integrated open air gallery consisting of 60 large format murals painted in the settlement of Zaspa.
Written June 4, 2021
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AndyM_Liverpool
Liverpool, UK66 contributions
Street art at its finest
Jul 2020 • Friends
A must for anyone who enjoys street art or graffiti, great history lesson as well, well worth a visit for something "off the beaten track"
Written July 29, 2020
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Chelsea B
Milton Keynes, UK1,876 contributions
Amazing murals
Jun 2019
Visited here as part of a bike tour and am so glad it was included as a stop. I enjoy street art but this was really next level, the murals are on such a vast scale and such a variety of styles, you can spend a while looking around.
Written May 7, 2020
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Gemma G
18 contributions
So cool!
Nov 2019
Wish we ad gone down earlier to enjoy it all before it got too dark. Such a cool place...like a mini history lesson.
Written November 19, 2019
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leuveen
United Kingdom941 contributions
Fantastic!
May 2019 • Friends
This is one of the best idea how to turn a rather uninteresting area into an attractive place. Lots of interesting murals to explore!
Written May 25, 2019
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M_I-I_K3
Stockholm244 contributions
Just an amazing walk
Jan 2019 • Family
It was just amazing to walk around in the used to be an ugly neighborhood that they have tried to make nicer. What struck me most is the sheer size of the murals and the number of them. They are really everywhere! The quality varies, for sure, but some are splendid. It is also a walk that allows you to discuss the murals, including which ones you like most.

Overall, highly recommended! (And need not take a long time unless you want it to.)

Oh yes, if you are going there a cold January day make sure to dress REALLY, REALLY, warm!
Written January 7, 2019
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nadi O o
Israel1,155 contributions
The social point
Oct 2018 • Couples
Most reviews talk about the Wall Art. I was more impressed by the social fact. They took a neighborhood of the lower class and they made it a unique and interesting place for the people living there. Gave them something to be proud of and by the way attracts visitors as well..
Not a single tourist would have come to Zaspa if there were no murals.
Written October 18, 2018
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juanenrico
Sandvika, Norway43 contributions
Well worth a stop if you like wall art!
Aug 2018 • Family
We took a taxi from Sopot for 25 zl and spent 1-2 hours walking around in a big suburb-like area. The paintings are huge and some of them are really nice. A map with location and artist can be found online.
Written August 12, 2018
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MoiAli
Edinburgh120 contributions
If you love wall art, this place is a must
Aug 2018
This is a large housing estate, but the gable walls have been painted in a variety of dramatic designs. It is worth visiting if you like artistic graffiti or wall art. A map iavailable from tourist information contains details of the murals. They advise getting there by tram, and retuning by train. This means you can walk from the tram, through the estate, and end up at the train station without the need to retrace your steps.
Written August 6, 2018
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