While you are in the area, why not spend a few hours taking in surrounding areas like Gdansk, Long Street and Mariacka Street.
Savvy travelers in Sobieszewo, looking for something a little out of the ordinary, should make tracks to the nearby cultural attractions. Browse the interactive and traditional museums and galleries of the Central Maritime Museum in Gdansk, the Gdansk Shipyard Museum and Solidarity Museum. Book seats for a few of the thrilling theater, dance and music shows at the Baltic Philharmonic Hall Gdansk in Gdansk and the Wybrzeze Theatre.
Visitors to the Sobieszewo area should not miss out on Arthur's Court in Gdansk, Neptune's Fountain and Gdansk Shipyards. Travellers who enjoy sights steeped in religious history will enjoy the serene atmosphere at the St. Mary's Church in Gdansk. Brush up on Gdansk - East Pomerania’s history by visiting Golden Gate in Gdansk and Green Gate.
Spend a few hours high in the stands of PGE Arena, Gdansk, cheering on local legends, the Lechia Gdańsk. On match days the stadium is filled with green and white, as local soccer lovers join together to cheer on their home-grown heroes.
For a real taste of Sobieszewo, consider making a reservation at one of the area’s many accommodation options. If you’re looking for a warm welcome and a good nights sleep check out the Hilton Gdansk, the Radisson Blu Hotel Gdansk, and the popular Hotel Mercure Gdansk Stare Miasto.