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You can hardly miss the huge Gdansk Shipyard area on any trip to this vibrant city you take,it's a working shipyard but also historically important in not just the history of Poland but in the history of the world,it's were the first protests against communist...More
Yes, the green cranes dominate the skyline but there's the feeling of a decaying industry here, how long before it looks like the former shipyards of Belfast or Newcastle in this area. Reminds me of Cardiff docks in the 1970s.
Shipyards are always special, but this one is very special because of the foundation of Solidarnosc. Drive around and get the feeling of the werkers. There are even apartment block in the middle of this area where workers still live. Driving around suburbs of Gdansk...More
Whilst visiting Gdansk we took one of the electric golf cart type tours of the city. One is offered various prices for various tours but we were thankful that we opted for the most expensive. This was 250 zlotys for the four of us. Hardly...More
The former Lenin Shipyard occupies quite a large area north of Gdansk centre. It is nowadays accessed freely to the public. The most common access point is the historical Gate #2 situated at Solidarity Square. At the gate there is a souvenir shop that cannot...More
You can take a standard boat trip around the shipyards but we chose to go on the huge over the top Galleon, it was packed on board but plenty of seats and viewpoints. We sailed to Westerplatz where you have the option to disembark and...More