Gdansk is the popular tourist destination in Poland with the center of economic life, science and culture. Gdansk city is a capital of Pomorskie in northern Poland located on Baltic sea at the mouth of the Vistula river. The city has a thousand years of history having museums, churches, art galleries as well as historic sites witnesses the thousand years of city’s continued existence.
Gdansk city is equipped with well-developed business infrastructure, rich research, advisory backup and highly educated human resources. The city has an international airport with two ferry terminals servicing the lines between Gdansk and Copenhagen via Denmark and Sweden
The climate of Gdansk city is quite continental and oceanic receives a low amount of precipitation every year. The summer is not as hot as the rest of the cities in Poland. Temperatures usually reach to 20 Degree Celsius in day & 15 degree Celsius in the night. The city has a extremely cold winter, the temperature falls below ‘0’ degree Celsius and typically stay between temperature ‘1-5’ degree Celsius.
Gdansk is a high learning center in Pomerania serving quality education to students.