It is a favourite place for walks and outings for tourists and locals alike, as well as being a venue for numerous concerts, festivals and other events. The biggest attractions are probably the famous ships moored there: Błyskawica and Dar Pomorza.
The biggest attractions are probably the famous ships moored there. It's worth visiting the Polish battleship Błyskawica (Lightening) as well as the most famous Polish frigate Dar Pomorza (The Pomeranian Gift)
During the tourist season it's possible to sail around the bay of Gdansk on the Viking II, which also doubles up as a restaurant at night. The Oceanoraphic Museum and Aquarium offers an unforgettable glimpse into the world lurking beneath the surface of the seas.
While in the area, it's worth eathing at the Konik Morski Tavern which serves regional specialities.
For fans of longer walks, we recommend the Seaside Promenade which stretches 1,5 km along the sea shore up to the Redłowo cliffs. The walls along the promenade also provide protection against waves and storms.