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Driving to Gdansk

A Motorists guide to Gdansk - directions, parking and more



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Once a German city, Gdansk only became part of Poland in 1919, however it was still known by its German name, Danzig, until after the Second World War.

There is plenty to see and do in Gdansk, one of the most economically important cities in Poland. Amongst them are the historical buildings that line the Ulica Dluga (Long Street), the gates leading to the Royal Way, the Torture House, Prison Tower, and the Neptune Fountain.

Being Polandís largest seaport means that Gdansk has a longstanding history of ship-building. A museum-ship called the SS Soldek is situated on the river Motlawa and provides an insight into the cityís shipping heritage.

Map of the area



Speed limits around Gdansk

Speed Limits

Motorway: 130 km/h
Dual Carriageway: 100 km/h
Rural: 90 km/h
Urban: 50 km/h

Distances from Gdansk to...

All of these places are within a few hours drive from Gdansk
PlaceDistance km (miles)
(Point to Point)

Town
Warsaw, Poland292 km (181 miles)

Town
Malmo, Sweden394 km (245 miles)

Town
Berlin, Germany402 km (250 miles)

Town
Copenhagen, Denmark413 km (256 miles)

Town
Krakow, Poland483 km (300 miles)

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