Hotel Willa Litarion

Ul. Spichrzowa 18, Gdansk, 80750, Poland
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Forum Posts

From Bus station to Polferries

by Koshka_ru

Hi!
My mom is coming by bus to Gdansk Bus station (I assume, that´s the one called PKS, please,, correct me if I´m wrong) and needs to get to Ferry-terminal Polferries to get a boat to Sweden (Nynäshamn). She doesn´t speak any Polish or English, so I´m trying to find the information how she can get there in advance. It should be som easy way to get between those two points, som bus or tram perhaps. Otherwise she´ll get a taxi, but then I would also appreciate if someone can say how that ferry-terminal is called in Polish.
Thanks in advance for any help!
/Koshka_ru

Re: From Bus station to Polferries

by Jesperp

Hi!
Go to Polferries web page in Polish: http://www.polferries.pl/kontakt/punkty_sprzedazy/terminale_pasazerskie

Here you can see at Gdansk Ferry Terminal called Baza Promowa Polferries in Polish

TERMINALE W POLSCE = Terminals in Poland.
Regards Jesper

Re: From Bus station to Polferries

by henrykkanada

http://www.polferries.pl/en/info/dojazd_terminal#prom
This is a map showing the ferry terminal location. It is about 5 km north of the PKS bus terminal (next to main train station). The easiest way between is with a taxi, particularly with luggage.
Terminal promowy Polferries
ul. Przemyslowa 1, 80-542 Gdansk
tel. +48 58 34 31 887; 34 36 978
or tel. +48 58 73 76 978
fax +48 58 34 36 574, 73 76 574
e-mail: pax.gdansk@polferries.pl
Tram connections require 10 min walk to tram stop outside train station, tram 2, 3 or 8 to Mickiewicza, change to tram 5, exit at Krasickiego, and 1 km walk to ferry terminal, about one hour.

Re: From Bus station to Polferries

by Koshka_ru

Thanks a lot for your answers! It seems to be much easier to get there by taxi. Any idea how much it might cost? (Just an approximnate price to know that they don´t charge double or triple:-))

Travel Tips for Gdansk

Street Entertainers

by Pawtuxet

My father played the violin most of his life, and so I must admit I was distracted by this street performer. He was an excellent violinist and the sound was wonderful when he stood under the gate.
Another man was a mime and stood absolutely motionless so that you would think he was a mannequin. However, the drop of a coin inspires a bow or a tip of the hat.
The flute players were close to us at one of our stops in a cafe...which makes your cappuccino all the more enjoyable.
The young people who do street acrobatics and dancing are phenomenal. I somehow expect to see them in NYC but not here in old town Gdansk. They were fun. Very entertaining.

The world's largest brick church!

by matcrazy1

St. Mary's basilica is the world's largest brick church but its size is not well seen from the street level. To see how huge the edifice is go inside or look at the basilica from the top. Go to the one of many observation platforms throughout the city located in:
- the tower of St. Catherine's church - my recommendation (amazing tower clocks museum there),
- the Torture Tower (temporarily closed for renovations - 2005),
- the Main Town Hall Tower,
- the Tower of the Archeological Museum building. I was amazed by huge pipe organs in the basilica. Welcome to my Things to Do tips for details about the instrument and the St. Mary's Church (formally Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary; Kosciol Mariacki in Polish).

A little Different from Strawberries and Cream

by Ekaterinburg

Strawberries and beer - definitely different from strawberries and cream and for my taste at least, much more enjoyable. I've read many tips on VT about Polish beer but have yet to see a mention of the rather unusual custom of mixing raspbery or strawberry juice with it. I was introduced to this custom in Gdansk and for someone who normally drinks nothing but water, I embraced it with great enthusiasm. Soon I was having more strawberry juice than piwo but for me it was a perfect summer drink, refreshing and tasty and rather addictive. I have tried to replicate this 'treat' in Ireland with lager and strawberry concentrate. It was a total disaster. Seems Zyviec and strawberry only tastes good in Poland.

Gdansk in your pocket

by matcrazy1

I've bought "Gdansk in your pocket" brochure at Gdansk Department of Polish Tourist Association that is at the eastern end of Dluga Street (# 45), opposite to the Old Town Hall. This 100-page brochure in English is published 4 times a year, costs only 5 zl (€ 1.3) and contains basis information on Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot: basic maps, where to stay, dining & nightlife, sightseeing, culture & events, getting around, shopping, directory. Shortly the brochure is my recommendation.

German neo-gothic

by matcrazy1

There is large, impressive brick edifice built in German neo-gothic style at Walowa Street 15, on the shortest way from the Old Town to Solidarity Square and Gdansk shipyard. The building was built at turn of 19th and 20th century when Gdansk called Danzig belonged to Prussia. It houses the library of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Biblioteka Gdanska) which is closed (2005) due to transfer of large part of books to a new building. Therefore I couldn't visit the old interiors of the library (reading rooms). But the exterior of the building itself was interesting. Pay attention to typical German, neo-gothic design of windows and two-coloured pattern of bricks.

The library was founded as the City Council library in 1591 and enriched by church and monastery libraries. It stores almost 800,000 books nowadays.

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