As an extension of the Langstraat you will find the street Dluga Street. The street is surrounded by quaint mansions and bursting with buskers. Very cozy! The street turns into Dlugi Targ, the market street. You will also find beautiful, colorful architecture here.
At the end of the Dlugi Targ is the Green Gate (which is not green at all), which opens to the Motlawa River. The Green Gate is connected to the Green Bridge, which leads to a small peninsula.
Via the street Olowianka you arrive at another peninsula. On this island you can take a picture next to the mega letters ‘GDANSK’, enjoy the peace in the park or take a spin on the Ferris wheel!
Over the Most Zwodzony bridge you walk back to Motlawa, where the path next to the water leads you to the Crane Gate. From afar you can already see how unique this building is with the black wooden crane. In this building you will find the National Maritime Museum.
Despite the fact that Gdansk is not very big and can even be done on foot, there is really a lot to do!