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At first sight it was hard to understand the design of this building until it has to be a crane. In itself it is a beautiful beautiful and especially in its location and in many respects it is a symbol of the city.
A very photogenic historical building. Did not have much time, read some comments and decided not to get in. Went to ww2 museum instead. But walked around it and took some nice photos of it while admiring its architecture. My review is only based on...More
Well that was the most disappointing experience of my life. The staff were rude and unwelcoming. They took our money and then hurried us along to get us out as quick as possible. One member of staff got very angry when my dyslexic son touched...More
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Sorry if my answer comes too late. As a visitor to Gdansk I imagine you'll be staying in the old town. The crane is located next to one of the old city gates on the riverside so it's very easy to reach on foot. You may be... More
Sorry if my answer comes too late. As a visitor to Gdansk I imagine you'll be staying in the old town. The crane is located next to one of the old city gates on the riverside so it's very easy to reach on foot. You may be interested to know that you can buy a combined ticket for admission to the Maritime Museum, the Soldek ship, the Crane and the little ferry boat across the river, which is great value. Hope you enjoy your trip.