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Welcome to Gdansk
Poland is a proud nation that has risen above a tumultuous history of frequent occupation. This influence from neighboring cultures is evident when you take a flight to Gdansk. The buildings from periods spanning the centuries show German, Polish and Scandinavian nuances. Warsaw is one of the most vibrant cities in Eastern Europe and offers a wealth of museums and culture. Book cheap flights to Gdansk and see it all.
When you take a flight to Gdansk, you'll be within easy reach of some of Poland's most wonderful natural attractions. The city is located on the coast of the Baltic Sea. The wind and waves shape sand dunes that change their shapes with the seasons. Seaside relaxation is one of the highlights to look forward to when you book cheap flights to Gdansk with Condor.
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New York/J.F. Kennedy
Condor Airlines offers outstanding service on flights to Gdansk, Poland. You can find low airfare on flights to Gdansk from many points of departure throughout Europe and the US, including London, Los Angeles, and Fort Lauderdale. Your cheap flight will land in Gdansk at the Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport, where you will enjoy modern amenities and friendly service. This large airport serves as a hub for the entire region as its political and cultural center.
The region of Pomerania is at your fingertips when you arrive on a flight to Gdansk. The Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport greets well over a million passengers each year who come to this part of Poland. There is express bus service between the airport and Gdansk Tricity metropolis. A rail line between the city centre and the airport is expected to be completed in 2014, making flights to Gdansk even more convenient for travelers.
Top attractions in Gdasnk
The city of Gdansk should be included in your itinerary. It sits on the Baltic Sea and has a maritime flair. The beautifully restored city centre, which was largely destroyed in World War II, features beautiful buildings and squares that reflect the influence of German, Scandinavian, and Polish cultures.
Krakow is one of Poland's top tourist destinations, and for good reason. This medieval jewel is rich with historic structures and the largest town square from the Middle Ages. Trade made this city wealthy, and there are many museums, churches and other sights that will delight.
The Baltic Sea coast is one of the most beautiful seascapes in the world. White sand dunes change shapes and drift with the seasons, forming a dramatic backdrop for the surf. The Slowinski National Park features pristine shoreline with dunes reaching up to 90 feet high.
Gdansk old town
After you arrive on your flight to Gdansk, you should take a river cruise from the city's old town. This gives you an opportunity to see the sights of the city at a relaxed and leisurely pace. Being on the water lets you fully experience the seafaring character.
Wieliczka Salt Mines
The Wieliczka Salt Mines are one of the most unusual attractions. Salt has been mined here for over 700 years without interruption. In the voids left by the mining, artisans have made wonderful creations. An underground city has been made here in the rock salt, with ancient and modern sculptures and a chapel with miraculous acoustics.