What a beautiful entry to lovely old Gdansk! The Green Gate and fine row of renovated waterfront buildings adjacent make a picture perfect scene. It made a great first impression of the town, and good spot for a souvenir selfie. 😀
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Nice place on the river Motlawa connecting the long market, it looked a bit renovated but still has the feel of Old Town. It's full of cafes, bars, restaurants with a giant wheel ( I'd call it "the Gdansk eye")
This gate marks the beginning of an area coming under complete redevelopment. When it is done, the entire area should be incredible. Right now there are cranes everywhere, and worth a visit from an urban planning prosepective.
Built to house visiting royalty, it is no wonder that this ornate entry to the city was created. Even though we weren't royalty, we sure felt like some when entering through this "palace" style archway to the beautiful pedestrian street.
Not a site in itself (it is clearly visible from a lot of other sites in the old town) it nonetheless acts as a nice architectural element to the overall presentation of the old town square. Those used to the street vendors selling toys and...More
very impressive gate that leads you to the banks of the river Moltawa .... very active place by the river .. we had a nice cruise on the olg galeon and also went on the big wheel
A must-see in the old town of Gdansk. Leading into one end of the main street, the gate is huge with four lanes passing under.
When you cross the river, this is you entry point to old town. As all of old town, it has been faithfully restored.
This building is at the end of the Green Bridge and going under the arches leads to the old town, it is a good central meeting place and well known so you don't get lost, going down the steps leads to the walk along the...More
The Green gate is the gate from the river to the city and should be walked through at least one. Wonderful architecture and a lead in to the busiest street in Gdansk