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Gdańsk Hotels for Every Budget

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Hotels That Guests Love in Gdańsk
  • The apartment was really well located, next to cheap supermarket and close to the center. Moreover, everything was clean and nice. The views from the windows are amazing. We had a really nice stay :)

  • My favourite place in Gdansk. Big, clean, new rooms, comfortable beds, friendly staff and bar downstairs. Definitely worth money, not so expensive. Comfortable parking (free outside, cheap underground).

  • Very cozy cheap place to stay

  • the bed was not comfy at all. hard and stiff. the room were cold and they could not suply with an extra heater. we specified a non smoking room and we got a room that smelled smoke. would not recommend this to anyone except if you look for a cheap dorm.

  • Very good location. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was nice. Great quality and cheap prices.

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Things to Do in Gdańsk

Historic Old Town
It won’t cost you much to enjoy Gdańsk’s pretty Old Town. You can wander around charming, narrow streets like Mariacka and browse the stores and stalls selling bargain trinkets and affordable amber jewelry. Sip a coffee in one of the countless cute cafes that line the cobblestone alley, then continue on to get a close-up look at the bulky bell tower of St Mary’s Church.
Motlawa Waterfront
A hive of merchant activity in medieval times, the Motława Waterfront is more of a nightlife spot these days. But the skyline is still dominated by the old, wooden cargo crane that hovers over the river. You can learn about its awesome mechanics in the museum, or save your cash for a traditional fish dinner in a tavern and get waterfront views for free.
Walesa's Shipyard
It was here that labor union leader—and future Polish president—Lech Wałęsa lead the shipyard strikes that triggered the end of Communism. If you want to dig into the history, the nearby Solidarity Museum is worth the small admission fee. You can also buy a cheap ferry ticket and hop on a boat towards Westerplatte to check out the gritty, industrial landscape views.
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The food is amazingly cheap. Even the nicest meals only cost around 7-10 euros. There are tons of good restaurants.
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Gdańsk Highlights

Budget Friendly Travel
The quirky Jozef K bar in Gdansk is a must see, with a range of drinks at great prices in a unique setting. You can while away a good few hours sipping coffee, indulging in some people watching or practising your Polish thanks to the extensive library of secondhand books.