Walk to Gdańsk's museums, shops and theaters
Our location on the Granary Island riverfront places you within walking distance of some of the best things to do in Gdańsk. Meander just 100 meters to reach Long Market, site of numerous restaurants, bars and shops, or Royal Way, a route once traversed by kings. A stroll through Old Town rewards you with intriguing Gothic and Dutch Renaissance-style architecture. Make your way to the Amber Museum to view amber art, and stop by the Neptune Fountain to admire the bronze statue of the god of the sea, all located within 700 meters of the hotel. Gdańsk is part of the Tricity area, which also includes Gdynia and Sopot, so don’t miss your chance to explore these other vibrant and historic cities. When your time at the Radisson in Gdańsk is up, drive just 25 minutes to catch your flight at Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport (GDN).
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Sopot Beach6,68 mi / 10,75 km from the hotel
Work on your tan, go for a stroll along the shore or take a dip in the sea. No matter the season, the Sopot beach is the perfect place to unwind by the sand.See more
The Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre0,36 mi / 0,58 km from the hotel
Treat yourself to a lively performance at this attraction, built on the site of a 17th-century theater. The venue also hosts workshops and international artists during the annual Shakespeare Festival in early August.
Stadion Energa Gdańsk2,98 mi / 4,8 km from the hotel
Catch a football game or tour this expansive stadium to see the football team’s dressing rooms and the field up close. Don’t miss the Lechia Rugby museum during your visit.
Amber Museum of Gdańsk0,41 mi / 0,67 km from the hotel
Learn about the Baltic coast’s rich history of producing amber at this museum, which features exhibits on the extraction, trade and medicinal benefits of the popular resin. You can also admire the vast collection of 17th- and 18th-century amber art.
Historical Museum of Gdańsk0,18 mi / 0,29 km from the hotel
For amazing views of the city and St Mary's Church, stop by the Historical Museum of Gdańsk. You can admire the building’s Gothic-Renaissance architecture and browse exhibits detailing Gdańsk's history and culture.
Long Market0,12 mi / 0,2 km from the hotel
This bustling destination boasts period architecture, throngs of restaurants and bars, and the Green Gate, which houses an art gallery.
AMBEREXPO Exhibition and Convention Centre2,8 mi / 4,5 km from the hotel
Spanning 12,000 square meters, this multipurpose venue features exhibition halls, conference rooms and an outdoor area for business and social events of any size.
Neptune Fountain0,16 mi / 0,25 km from the hotel
Located in the heart of Long Market, this 17th-century landmark features a bronze sculpture of Neptune, the god of the sea.
Upland Gate0,44 mi / 0,71 km from the hotel
This structure was built in 1574 to fortify the city. Located at the entrance of Old Town, the historic landmark is open for tours so that you can get an up-close look at its sandstone facade and its embellishments, which bear three coats of arms.
Artus Court0,14 mi / 0,23 km from the hotel
This lavish mansion was the meeting place for the city's merchants and politicians. Make sure you see the Great Hall's massive Renaissance-era tiled stove, crafted from over 500 individual tiles.See more