Westerplatte is where the first shots of the Second World War were fired by a German battleship on 1 September 1939.
The European Solidarity Centre tells the story of a steelworkers’ strike which set in motion a cultural movement that spread around Poland and ultimately led to the fall of communism.
The museum tells a complete story of WWII from start to end in chronological order and has the changing life of the citizens mixed in brilliantly. Real objects from the time, a wide range of multimedia and a huge amount of displays.
Brzezno Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Baltic Sea coast and it is a great wheelchair-friendly place to accumulate some energy and chillax.
Mandu is a fully-accessible restaurant who serves traditional polish food. Yummy
This premium tattoo studio has over 10 stands and the owners have over 20 years of experience in the tattoo industry.
This wheelchair-friendly cafe/restaurant offers delicious Asian vegetarian/vegan options, as well as different kind of cakes and desserts. Coffee, smoothies, polish craft beers, and bubbles are also on the menu to wash everything down.