Lots of attractions along the street, very busy with tourists. The whole area is pedestrianised and the street is very wide. Tall, old buildings provide shade. Very picturesque.
Characteristic place for Gdańsk. Nice buildings almost completely restored after Russian bombing in WW2. specific atmosphere, half market/half cultural, very spontanic. Usually crowdy, very crowdy during st Dominic fairs in August, but this is creating absolutely unique climat you can find here.
Of course you must wander around ul. Dluga but after 10 am it starts to get crowded more and more. Try to go there without any rush and in a relaxed mood so it will go fine. When we arrived Gdansk I had to take our luggage through ul. Dluga to our apartment during the busiest time and boy it... More
I liked this street. Full of artists presenting their works, authentic and genuine; endless restaurants and ice cream stands; street performers showing their best skills, and wonderful architecture to sum it up and enhance the experience. Although after 11AM it becomes too crowded, and it's difficult to enjoy the atmosphere with swarms of tourists flashing their cameras and stumbling into... More
Dluga street is the busiest street of Old Town. Go through the Gold Gate and you are there. It is pedestrian only.Shops and restaurants line both sides. It ends through the next arch at the water where you can watch the boats.
So many place to sit outside and drink-watch people. Restaurants can be very expensive to very inexpensive.
A pedestrian street in the historic centrum. Cannot miss that street. However, you will have many people inviting you to select the restaurant they are working for. It becomes annoying after 3 or 4 but might be ok when one is hungry. Nice street, lots of colors, many houses to look at and take pictures. Same for the Fountain. Near... More
We were accosted three times as we walked the street. A Romanian(?) child of about eight asking for money was the first, he had two older boys (brothers??) about fifty feet behind him keeping an eye out. After he left us he went into street cafes and asked for cash at tables, I felt sorry for the punters sitting eating.... More
it was so cool! i was with my family and cousin on Euro 2012 that was held in Ukraine and Poland. the street is great, it has all aspects of northern European architecture, restaurants were great, especially Napoli pizza place, food and drinks are relatively cheap, the atmosphere is awesome, people were kind to us and i really enjoyed my... More
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