Gydnia, the youngest part of the Tri-City at only 100 years old, and one of the fastest developing cities. Hard to believe before then there was nothing but nature.
GYDNIA INFO BOX
The Gydnia Info Box. An observatory of changes.
The viewing tower is open every day. Standing at 22 meters high it’s from here you can see and appreciate the panorama of the Centre, the South Pier and the waters of Gdansk Bay.
On the ground floor, an 8×4 meter long model of the central city is on display. Comprising of 700 3D models of buildings and objects. This building also houses a boardroom for all of the city’s top architects.
I had read so much about Carmnik. Sadly our timing was out and we were running to a tight schedule. We got to walk past the premises and also saw the famous burger van on the road. Like I said this place is ‘talked’ about so much so I have no doubt it will be a real hit. I’m just saddened I didn’t get to give it a go. The mobile burger van looked great as I saw it whizz by but I have to say the solid door and shelter of the restaurant looked like such a great designed space.
The time was just not right for the experience any of the famous ice creams, apparently, they are made with ‘strong’ cream that does not melt in the sun. Available in chocolate or vanilla or blend together.