Pensjonat La Petite

Na Zboczu 39, Gdansk, Baltic Coast, 80-110, Poland
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From the Airport. Bus and/or Taxi

by FHO

Hi there!
I tried to check out the web page given by some of the VT members but it seems to be expired.
Can someone writ me please how often do the buses run from the Airport to the city center and what is the numer of the local bus and ho much it costs?
We arrive today at 21:40, So I estimate we need a bus around 22:00

Alternatevely what is the taxi fare to the city center?

We are 3 people: does it make sence to get the taxi., or it is still cheaper by the public bus?

Re: From the Airport. Bus and/or Taxi

by FHO

We depart on Sanday and shall be at the airport around 21:00 in order to get the plane 22:05. How much time shall we calculate from the city center and which bus and where shall we take?

Thanks in advance!

Re: From the Airport. Bus and/or Taxi

by hawkhead

Re: From the Airport. Bus and/or Taxi

by FHO

Thanks alot for the fat reply!!

Re: From the Airport. Bus and/or Taxi

by hawkhead

I hope you mean "fast" reply!!

Travel Tips for Gdansk

famous symbol

by Herwig1961

One of the most famous symbol of Gdansk is probably the crane. Everywhere you look you can see something interesting.I personally loved the architecture,all the statues on the roof`s and the churches.

you have to see the Main Town...

by jeziers

you have to see the Main Town (unfortunately it is called Old Town), however the Old Town is much more interesting. it is located near the Main Town, closer to the port. it has it's own strange atmosphere - a little people, silence, forgotten streets...

City of political activity?

by matcrazy1

I've found a few writings on walls of Gdansk which were for sure, how to say, politically incorect which is not common in Poland 2005. This one on my picture says "time for youth, spirit of August 1980 calls" and calls on a community to shot and assess mafia of Polish president and 3 political parties. Well, Gdansk seems to be a city of more political and civilian activity than many other "silent" cities and towns in Poland :-). There is always higher voter turnout in Gdansk than average in Poland.

Well, it seems that more and more people in Poland think that it was large mistake not to accuse and sentence thousands of communist criminals (decomunisation) and not to disclose who worked for Polish KGB (UB; vetting by a court involve only candidates for some higher public positions). The problem is that quite many of them "changed" into "democrats" (they are called post-communists in Poland) and still pay important role in either business or politics, now. A shop keeper in Gdansk told me: Poland was the first country which left Soviet bloc in 1989 and it's understable that the decomunisation couldn't be done correctly in 1989, but why it didn't start a year later? East Germans, Czechs and Slovaks did it quite well.

Kashubian culture

by matcrazy1

Kashubians are a Slavic ethnic group living around Gdansk, mostly southwest of Gdansk nowadays. They are descendants of an early Slavic tribe of Pomeranians. Once they covered much larger territory but most of them were entirely Germanized. They have own language (spoken by over 50,000 folks at home) I have never heard in Gdansk. But I've heard Kashubian language in the countryside.

In Gdansk I've learnt a lot about the Kashubian culture in the Etnographic Museum in Oliva. Apart from that, I've seen Kashubian folk art sold on a street both in downrown and in Oliva. Their laces and linen tablecloclothes decorated with colorful needlework are the most known examples.

Historical Malbork

by Raimix

Malbork is a small town about 50 kilometers from Gdansk, so it could be easily reached my bus or train (train is more worth). Despite its small size, it once played a big role in history of medieval Europe. On the year of 1309 Grand Master Siegfried von Feuchtwangen moved the headquarters of Teutonic Order to Malbork, this date symbolizes the foundation of new capital of Teutonic Order.

The castle is a huge complex; it is called the biggest brick medieval castle in Europe. It has two parts – lower and upper. There is museum inside, but I haven’t visited it due to lack of time.

Malbork is not only place to see castle, but also has more monuments from older times – medieval town hall, gates, nice looking red train station.


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