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Last week I was visiting Gdansk (Poland). For those who don’t know, I am half Dutch and half Polish, so it was really fun to go back to my roots. I was lucky to stay at the beautiful Puro Hotel in the middle of the Old Town of Gdansk. From here we could easily walk through the whole city and see all the beautiful historical architecture that Gdansk has to offer. Funny thing is that you can actually rent a PlayStation for free at the hotel. So while it was raining outside, I was not bored in the hotel. Also it is really cool that you can manage all the room settings with a tablet, like the lights, the TV, ordering room service, etc. This is a really modern hotel and I love their bar!


The breakfast was amazing, every morning we could choose from a big variety of food. And on ‘Fat Thursday’ they had a wide selection of sweets on the buffet, yummy :)! While you are staying at the hotel you can get free coffee and tea at any time, that’s a big plus for me as a tea addict. All in all, I would recommend the hotel to everyone who is visiting Gdansk. The location is just amazing and it has every comfort you need.


Besides walking through the city we couldn’t stop ourselves from eating Pierogi twice during our 4 day stay. I just love Pierogi. When you are planning to visit Gdansk, don’t miss out on Restaurant Mandu in Gdansk, it is the best Pierogi place in town and they are so friendly there. Sometimes it’s a bit busy and you have to wait a couple of minutes for a table, but it’s definitely worth the wait!

Hopefully I can visit this city again during spring or summer and then I would definitely want to go to Sopot as well and see the beach and the promenade.

My mommy is visiting me next week in Sweden and I can’t wait to finally show her around where I live. ps; I am considering to stay in Sweden after finishing my master at Lund University.

Puss och kram!

xoxo Nina

This post was in collaboration with Puro Hotels.




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