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The weather in Danzig
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 22° However, temperatures can go lower than -4° in Danzig in January. The month of April has nice weather with only 13 rainy days.
Take trip to the Baltic coast for holiday homes in endearing Gdansk
Whether it be a waterside apartment with views of boats gliding by or a town house on a quiet, cobbled side street, you'll find the perfect place to relax in Poland's major seaport of Gdansk.
Binge on Baltic treasures
Czarna Owca/Black Sheep restaurant is no outsider, as one may think from its cheeky name. This modern hotspot plates up creative dishes with Polish flavours, and there's plenty of seafood to go around. Beetroot herring refreshes you before you dig into sweet chilli mango clams.
Grab a coveted seat on the deck at Restauracja Żuraw and be rewarded with some of the finest Motława River and marina views in town, along with local fish dishes to delight you. Classic fish soup is a solid starter, or for the main – their version of cod fish 'n chips.
Meet the city's character
Witness the hallowed place where Communism began to fall, in the former Lenin Shipyard where the Solidarity Monument now stands in honour of these defiant actions. It's also known as Three Crosses Monument, or by its third name which explains its history: Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers of 1970.
Downtown, the iconic and unusual building housing the National Maritime Museum beckons you to find out more about it. Set in an old shipyard, with its own storied ship still docked out front (the Sołdek), engage with tales of the city's long-running industry.
Discover the joyous streets of the Old Town as you travel down main drag Dlugi Targ. Hear traditional music, smell local cuisine and encounter interesting shops. Step onto the pedestrian bridge at the pretty Brama Krowia gate to people-watch.
See the seaside by simply catching the short train to lively resort town Sopot, and enjoy a day of old-fashioned fun. Devour a sweet and cooling ice cream as you meander down the famous and far-reaching white, wooden boardwalk; Poland's longest.
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