£41 per night
Expected price for:7 Apr - 8 Apr
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A Gothic building with Baroque interiors and world-famous organ, this cathedral located in a large park is one of the top Gdansk attractions and the main one outside the city centre. The church is located in a large and ornate park in which a Palm house, Abbots Palace (now modern art branch of Gdansk National Museum) and an Ethnography Museum are also located. This church was first erected as a Cistercian shrine back in the 13th century. It was reconstructed in 1350 after a great fire in the Gothic style, but the interior is now almost entirely Baroque. Structurally, the cathedral is a triple-aisle, vaulted basilica built on the plan of the Latin cross. The organ is comprised of over 7,000 pipes and is decorated with movable angels and brightly painted stars. When built, the instrument was the largest in Europe and is renowned for its sound quality. There are frequent concerts and short (20 minute) daily demonstrations for free. (Opening hours are available at the website) A visit can also be combined with a trip to the Municipal Zoo, also located in the Oliwa district.