It looks like Poland loves Christmas as much as I do! I absolutely adore how most restaurants had some sort of Christmas decorations outside and inside. It makes evening walks so much more enjoyable, when everywhere is so beautifully decorated.
One of the most beautiful Christmas trees I have seen during my trip was at Mercure hotel. I never expected green and white would work together so well!
Historical buildings, small streets with independent cafés, boutiques, unique amber jewellery, very yummy and thick hot chocolate, mulled wine, and warm apple pie with vanilla ice creams... Who said that cold winters cannot be delicious! I could sit inside one of the cafes for ages and watch people passing by.
Poland celebrates 6th of December, known as Saint Nicolas Day, this time I had a chance to take part in small street festival and it was fantastic!
Busy Saturday night in the Old Town! If you are in Gdansk, definitely check out ulica Dluga. You will find there tasty restaurants, and vodka bar too!
I could explore Old Town and look at colourful townhouses forever and ever and it would not be enough!
Gdansk's Old Town in full glory. You can read more about Gdansk here.